Fair Forgiveness: Finding the power to forgive where you least expect it
A very unique Book based upon an actual successful scientifically validated forgiveness intervention, the Forgiveness Labyrinth. The premise of the physical Labyrinth is this: real experiential forgiveness is impossible apart from an experience of real justice first. Too many deeply hurt people have been encouraged to give up fair for some forgiveness: just choose to forgive. While some victims are to some degree helped by this approach, many are still languishing in their unresolved injustice. Why are typical results so unimpressive? We are made in God’s image and God never forgives a single crime until there is a trial and there has been objective and perfect justice. Victims cannot forgive the crimes committed against them because they haven’t had their day in court yet.
Fair Forgiveness leads the reader through nine stations where they will begin to experience real justice for the crime committed against them. The seventh station is an actual trial where God is the judge and they are the honored plaintiff. The earlier stations guide the reader through the due diligence trial prep. Trial prep documents are included.
To access such a justice, a fair and legal resolution requires faith, a power that comes from God that can be accessed now. That’s the point of the subtitle. Victims tend to think that if forgiveness is to happen, it is all on them. They must choose to forgive. They must give up their right to justice. They must give up “fair.” That’s what Jesus would do, they are told. Fair Forgiveness proposes that they can by faith access the justice of God now. It is a part of the many present benefits that Jesus purchased for them on the Cross. The book offers an experiential step-by-step approach to accomplish that goal.
This is the only popular book on forgiveness that emphasizes the victim’s need for justice, a trial, before they can forgive. As far as I know, this is also the only popular book based upon an actual scientifically-validated physical forgiveness intervention.
God never forgives until there is legal justice (i.e., the Cross)
All humanity are invested with great worth and value and so every crime is huge, beyond the capacity of the perpetrator or even the human judicial institutions to really pay back.
God offers a trial for every crime committed. He brings consolation: justice and restitution.
Key target reader?
Christians who have been deeply hurt by some crime that they can’t forgive.
Don’t confuse labyrinth with maze. Mazes are confusing, choices must be constantly made. Labyrinths are unicursal, they are winding single paths, safe places where the traveler cannot get lost and so may focus on the task at hand.