Select Sermons on Bitterness and Interpersonal Forgiveness
By Greg Wright
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Greg and Nan Wright, October 2012
Forgiveness from the Heart
Are Christians obligated to forgive unrepentant people?
Two Ways to Forgive People
Responding Biblically to Repenters and Nonrepenters?
Overcoming Bitterness and Living for the Glory of God
Dealing with anger and finding a reason for living after bereavement.
From Bitterness to Repentance:
The Story of the Thief who was Angry with God
A careful consideration of the ramifications of being angry with God.
When Time Does Not Heal:
The Application of the Chief End of Man to the Wounded Heart
Trusting the God Who Offends You:
The Importance of Trusting God Unconditionally
Hope After Scandal:
The Blessing of Getting Caught
How Could God Do This?
Where to run when grief is too intense for rational explanations.
Where Is God Now?
What does it mean, during a period of bereavement, when we lose all sense of the spiritual presence of God, when the light of His countenance is gone, and when sensible presence and sensible communion are replaced by apparent desertion?
How Can I Trust a God Who Lets Bad Things Happen?
Learning to trust in the character of God.