Renunciation or cessation of resentment, indignation or anger
On April 16, 1976, when Andy was just two years old, his father shot and killed his mother in cold blood. The rest of Andy's life he would struggle with this, but he would eventually come to a place of forgiveness. He now helps others learn to live that same journey. We hope this conversation will help you lay down your objections to forgiveness and find the courage to step forward into the life of freedom God has for you. REV. ANDY STODDARD is the Lead Pastor at St. Matthew's United Methodist Church in Madison, MS.
Exodus 34:7 ESV 7 keeping steadfast love for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, but who will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children and the children's children, to the third and the fourth generation.
Thanks for joining me today on day 11 of “Forgiveness Meditation” finding peace. This is a season dedicated to “Forgiveness Meditation”. This is a 10 minute meditation. Forgiveness is the most powerful tool we have. Forgiving everyone and everything. Forgiveness is the key to inner peace. When we meditate, forgiving our thoughts and letting them go. We're free. Just find a safe place and close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Forgiving all your thoughts that come to your awareness. You will feel so much better. Thanks for joining me today. Your amazing, so proud of you. Have the greatest day ever. Love and peace. Disclaimer: I AM not educated. I didn't go to school for this. I AM not responsible. These are my own opinions. Use your own best judgement. Always meditate in a safe and friendly location. Stop everything and take 10 minutes for yourself. Use your best judgement. I Am helping you, with the tools I have used to find inner peace. This might not before everyone. If this podcast offends you, in anyway. I AM sorry, have the greatest day ever. Love and peace.
Thanks for joining me today on day 12 of “Forgiveness Meditation” finding peace. This is a season dedicated to “Forgiveness Meditation”. This is a 10 minute meditation. Forgiveness is the most powerful tool we have. Forgiving everyone and everything. Forgiveness is the key to inner peace. When we meditate, forgiving our thoughts and letting them go. We're free. Just find a safe place and close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Forgiving all your thoughts that come to your awareness. You will feel so much better. Thanks for joining me today. Your amazing, so proud of you. Have the greatest day ever. Love and peace. Disclaimer: I AM not educated. I didn't go to school for this. I AM not responsible. These are my own opinions. Use your own best judgement. Always meditate in a safe and friendly location. Stop everything and take 10 minutes for yourself. Use your best judgement. I Am helping you, with the tools I have used to find inner peace. This might not before everyone. If this podcast offends you, in anyway. I AM sorry, have the greatest day ever. Love and peace.
I recently saw some advice shared online that had to do with how to forgive when you don't get the apology you deserve. It offered advice like; hold on to your truth, honor your pain and your feelings, reclaim your power with certain actions, don't let the other party invalidate your feelings, and forgiveness is ultimately about regaining control over your life. "That's not the advice we need. What does God say about apologies and forgiveness? We need an apologetic on apologies. How do we know when we are owed an apology? How do we know when we ought to apologize? How should we apologize? How should we accept an apology and forgive someone? What does it look like to be "sorry" and what does it look like to be "forgiving"? By what standard? Join Hilary and Nate as we discuss apologies and forgiveness, from a Biblical worldview. Listen to MacArthur's Philemon series here: https://www.gty.org/library/resources/sermons-library/scripture/1?book=57&chapter=0 The five points of "How to forgive when you don't get the apology you deserve" alluded to in this episode are: Hold onto your truth: you don't need the apology to validate your feelings or the situation. Don't try to suppress or say "Its okay" when its not. Recognize and honor your hurt and pain. Figure out what boundaries you need to put up and enforce. Part of reclaiming your power is how you decide to spend your time, energy, and space. Don't let them gaslight you into thinking it's your fault, or that you are too sensitive. Your feelings are valid. Remember: forgiving them doesn't depend on their apology, and it doesn't excuse their behavior. Forgiving means their actions don't control your emotions, mental health, and happiness level. Music from Pixabay. Logo by Hilary Saunders.
Thanks for joining me today on day 10 of “Forgiveness Meditation” finding peace. This is a season dedicated to “Forgiveness Meditation”. This is a 10 minute meditation. Forgiveness is the most powerful tool we have. Forgiving everyone and everything. Forgiveness is the key to inner peace. When we meditate, forgiving our thoughts and letting them go. We're free. Just find a safe place and close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Forgiving all your thoughts that come to your awareness. You will feel so much better. Thanks for joining me today. Your amazing, so proud of you. Have the greatest day ever. Love and peace. Disclaimer: I AM not educated. I didn't go to school for this. I AM not responsible. These are my own opinions. Use your own best judgement. Always meditate in a safe and friendly location. Stop everything and take 10 minutes for yourself. Use your best judgement. I Am helping you, with the tools I have used to find inner peace. This might not before everyone. If this podcast offends you, in anyway. I AM sorry, have the greatest day ever. Love and peace.
Time Management Workshop The Language of Letting Go "The more I cling to my past, the more I'm wasting my energy." When you have a computer, and you have a program minimized, understand that that program is still using battery life on your computer. "Not even God can change the past." "Holding on to the past, either through guilt, longing, denial, or resentment, is a waste of valuable energy. Energy that can be used to transform today and tomorrow." I want to transcend my past so that I have more energy to fulfill my day. "I used to live in my past. I was either trying to change it or letting it control me. Usually both." An audition where I didn't feel I did my best with the casting director, and then that casting director called me in again. What I used to do is then go, Oh, that casting director doesn't like me. So yeah, I will probably mess this one up as well. Instead of going, Wow, that casting director called me back even after an audition where I didn't feel I did so well. Hey, wow. This is an opportunity to show that casting director how good I am and do an audition that I feel good about. But when I'm holding on to my past, I'm not in the frame of mind where I can do that. But when I've let go of that past, when I've transcended that past, I am in a place of power. I am in a place where I can claim who I am and show the best work that I know I can do. "I constantly felt guilty about things that had happened, things I had done, things others had done to me, even though I had made amends for almost everything. The guilt ran deep. Everything somehow was my fault. I could never just let it go." One is, is that the definition of shame is believing that there is something fundamentally wrong with you. "I held on to anger for years, telling myself it was justified. I was in denial about a lot of things. Sometimes I tried to absolutely forget about my past, but I never really stopped and sorted through it. My past was like a dark holy crap cloud. I can speak cloud that followed me around, and I couldn't shake clear of it. I guess I was scared to let it go. Afraid of today. Afraid of tomorrow." That's the other thing when we don't work through the anger. The frustration, then, why hasn't it happened for me in our acting careers? The only thing it does is hold us back. And I think it's impossible to force yourself to forget something. There's a fear of success and a fear of failure. I always say those two things are opposite sides of the coin. But, what it is, is about taking responsibility for your past choices—taking responsibility for where you are today—and then understanding that you have a responsibility. And most importantly, and this is what is exciting, is the opportunity, the incredible opportunity I have. You have. We all have to shape our future. Trace it. Face it. Erase it. And then that is how it will be. Let go. Forgiving is not forgetting. It's letting go of the hurt. "I've even developed gratitude for my failed relationships because they have brought me to who and where I am today." All of the "failures" have actually been opportunities to learn. I automatically develop peace with my new past.
Thanks for joining me today on day 9 of “Forgiveness Meditation” finding peace. This is a season dedicated to “Forgiveness Meditation”. This is a 10 minute meditation. Forgiveness is the most powerful tool we have. Forgiving everyone and everything. Forgiveness is the key to inner peace. When we meditate, forgiving our thoughts and letting them go. We're free. Just find a safe place and close your eyes and focus on your breathing. Forgiving all your thoughts that come to your awareness. You will feel so much better. Thanks for joining me today. Your amazing, so proud of you. Have the greatest day ever. Love and peace. Disclaimer: I AM not educated. I didn't go to school for this. I AM not responsible. These are my own opinions. Use your own best judgement. Always meditate in a safe and friendly location. Stop everything and take 10 minutes for yourself. Use your best judgement. I Am helping you, with the tools I have used to find inner peace. This might not before everyone. If this podcast offends you, in anyway. I AM sorry, have the greatest day ever. Love and peace.
Granger Smith Podcast Episode 155: You can't blame anyone else for a mistake like this. This is your fault, and you have to own up to the consequences. On this episode of the podcast, we talk about owning up to mistakes, if marijuana is a sin, and how to forgive an abusive family member. Join me as we chat about these topics and more on this week's podcast! New podcast every Monday morning! Ask me questions! #GrangerSmithPodcast or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A new MP3 sermon from Lemoyne Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Forbearing and Forgiving Subtitle: Study of Colossians Speaker: Scott Kigar Broadcaster: Lemoyne Baptist Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/18/2022 Bible: Colossians 3:13 Length: 43 min.
In this episode I'm going to talk about “Forgiving Yourself” especially after the ending of a bad relationship or marriage. It's the time when we tend to beat ourselves up the most. “How could I have been so stupid?” Looking back, we now see the red flags that we ignored. Bu that's the beauty of hindsight though, it's always crystal clear.
“Lord, do you want us to call down fire from heaven to consume them?” Jesus turned and rebuked them, and they journeyed to another village. Luke 9:54-56These words, spoken by James and John, are words that many people feel like saying at various times in their lives. Perhaps you can relate. These Apostles spoke this way because Jesus was not welcomed in a Samaritan town they had just entered. He wanted to dine there and the townspeople rejected Him and His Apostles. As a result, James and John were hurt and angry and wanted to call down the wrath of God upon that village.Whenever we experience hurt in life, it's understandable that we feel this way. We tend to want justice and revenge and want those who hurt us to pay for their sin. But Jesus' attitude was much different. He rebuked His Apostles for their desire of wrath and moved on not allowing this rejection to affect Him.Rejection and other forms of hurt caused by others can be difficult to let go of. It can easily sit within our hearts, acting like a mold that slowly grows and takes over. When this happens, you may have a very hard time forgiving and letting go of the hurt.The best way to approach the hurt caused by another is to immediately act as our Lord did. It must be let go of right away and you must move on. God is the only one to issue vengeance, not us. When we fail to do this and harbor the hurt feelings, they ultimately do us more harm than anyone else.Reflect, today, upon any feelings of anger or hurt that you still harbor in your heart. Make the conscious choice to forgive and move on. Forgiving does not mean that you act as if the hurt caused you was okay. On the contrary, an act of forgiving another is also an acknowledgment that there was wrongdoing. Forgiveness allows you to keep that hurt from doing you more unnecessary damage. In the end, it is also an open invitation to the other to repent and reconcile with you. Leave vengeance and wrath to the Lord and seek to keep your heart at peace.Lord of mercy, I pray for the grace to forgive. I especially forgive those who have hurt me the most and offer them to You. Free me from any feelings of vengeance I harbor and help me to love with Your pure and merciful heart. I love You, dear Lord. Help me to love others as You love. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
A new MP3 sermon from Salem Reformed Baptist is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Forgiving Father (Part II) Subtitle: A Theology of Forgiveness Speaker: Gustavo Barros Broadcaster: Salem Reformed Baptist Event: Sunday Service Date: 9/25/2022 Bible: Luke 15:11-32 Length: 48 min.
A new MP3 sermon from BibleWay Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Without Manasseh First, No Ephraim Subtitle: Forgive, Forgiving Speaker: Elder Emerson Jackson Sr Broadcaster: BibleWay Church Event: Chapel Service Date: 9/24/2022 Bible: Isaiah 44:1-22; Matthew 18:30-35 Length: 57 min.
Forgiveness is perhaps one of the hardest virtues to practice based on the number of times it is mentioned in the New Testament and the radical consequences for those who refuse to forgive, even though they are the ones who have been wronged. Come and learn the importance of forgiving one another and also where to find the strength to do it.
A new MP3 sermon from BibleWay Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Without Manasseh First, No Ephraim Subtitle: Forgive, Forgiving Speaker: Elder Emerson Jackson Sr Broadcaster: BibleWay Church Event: Chapel Service Date: 9/24/2022 Bible: Isaiah 44:1-22; Matthew 18:30-35 Length: 57 min.
The Red Letter Challenge: Forgiving. As we continue on with The Red Letter Challenge, we're dealing with a BIG one this week – Forgiveness. This particular topic could be the basis for a 10-week sermon series in and of itself! We're going to hear from the Lord on this foundational gift the Lord offers to us and what it means for the day-to-day lives we lead.
This Sunday is the finale of our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?” In this series, we've been trying determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus' death, This week we'll examine the final suspect – a surprise witness who, it turns out, is ultimately responsible for Jesus' death. Can you guess who that surprise witness will be? Join us on Sunday as we finally solve the mystery.
In 2019 Pastor Mark Sowersby went through a time of great healing. He began speaking about the experiences of his past abuse and God's grace and the transformational work of forgiveness in his life. He now speaks about his story through his ministry, Forgiving The Nightmare. When he isn't serving his congregation and his community through ministry, teaching, and support, you can find him on all the trails and lakes in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Upstate New York, spending time with his family. Listen Live on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 8 AM CST on 99.1 FM WOMI Owensboro 1490 AM. Keep reading...
What does it mean to forgive yourself? Scripture teaches us that we are forgiven and receive forgiveness for our sins through Jesus, therefore forgiving yourself starts with recognizing what He has done for you. We aren't striving to be set free, we are renewing our minds to stay free. In this episode, I talk about the two types of forgiveness found in the Bible - the forgiveness of our sins and the forgiveness of others. If our goal is sanctification and becoming more like Christ, how can we extend compassion towards others, but not ourselves? Forgiving yourself is healing with the Lord and changing the way you view forgiveness. Get on the waitlist now >> https://www.jessicahottle.com/heal/ Rooting for you, Jessica Connect with me -> www.jessicahottle.com Free Stuff: Join my Facebook Community to learn how to heal emotionally and hear from God >> https://www.facebook.com/groups/2090810004481127/ Are you ready to live by faith and not by how you feel? Get my Chase Got Not Your Feelings Guide >> https://www.jessicahottle.com/chase-god-podcast Ways we can work together: Are you ready to heal your life and your heart by growing closer to God? Then join me in my SPIRITUAL GROWTH FRAMEWORK! Let me teach you how to grow closer to God. I'm going to take you through my five-step framework where we're going to go through your new life in Christ, building your relationship with God, healing your heart with God, healing your relationship with people, and learning how to get the word of God from your head to your heart. Get on the waitlist now >> https://www.jessicahottle.com/heal/ Get my book Face Off with Your Feelings >> https://www.jessicahottle.com/shop Contact me at >> email@example.com
Danielle LaPorte is back on the show this week, having experienced a (failed) cancellation attempt and living to tell the world of her learnings from it. The truth is, as much as the cult-like mentality wants to paint things as black and white, they almost never are. In this one, Danielle distinguishes between the hard truths and hypocritical falsehoods that made themselves clear during the process – and where she acknowledges gray areas in between. As a global thought leader on spiritualism and personal evolution, there's no one better to break down this toxic new appendage on modern society. The topic brings us, inevitably, back to the cycle of trauma and healing, which unearths another deeply personal story I had yet to share on the podcast before today. Heads up, this episode was conducted more in the spirit of a dialogue rather than a classic Q&A interview, but I think you'll enjoy the, at times, very raw back and forth that Danielle and I share. 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And be sure to pre-order her new book, How To Be Loving, which expands upon many of the important themes we discuss today. 00:09:47 — Teaching the World How To Be Loving Pre-order How To Be Loving The current global colonic Resilience vs. toughness Hypocritical nature of cancel culture False power of virtue signaling Commenting on the work of Anita Roddick Dealing with a cancellation attempt 00:42:55 — Karma, Forgiveness & Spiritual Evolution Danielle's POV on karma The power in asking for forgiveness Luke shares a story of amends The love and harmony of forgiveness Forgiving the seemingly unforgivable Wound-to-healing sequence Support victims of trafficking: AllyGlobal.org Considering a world with no contrast 01:19:43 — Honoring the Inner Battle Field Reckoning with the virtue of harmlessness Acquiring the tools to dissolve inner torture Loving our neurosis Honoring the map that we came in with Heal Thyself! 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Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti The EXACT 5 Steps To Get Over A Toxic Relationship! (Moving On) In today's podcast, Apollonia Ponti will give you 5 tips on how to get over a toxic relationship. Apollonia will talk about overcoming your faults and the reality of a toxic relationship. 3:00 - Forgiving yourself and them too. 5:56 - Do not expect closure. Free eBook: 7 Common Mistakes Men Make When Attracting a Woman Follow Apollonia On: Instagram Facebook Youtube Website Listen and Subscribe to the Write Your Legend Podcast with Apollonia Ponti on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.
Are you ready to be set free from guilt, shame, and low self worth? Are you ready to take your life to the next level? Forgiving your parents is how you do just that! Listen to todays episode to get STEP BY STEP instructions on how you can forgive you parents. Support the show
A new MP3 sermon from BibleWay Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Being Forgiving Subtitle: Forgive, Forgiving Speaker: Elder Emerson Jackson Sr Broadcaster: BibleWay Church Event: Bible Study Date: 9/18/2022 Bible: Isaiah 44:22; Matthew 6:9-24 Length: 62 min.
Since God forgives us, we must forgive others and not hold offense towards anyone for any reason! In the closing message for this series, Pastor Mitch teaches us about the power of forgiveness and the effect it has on our faith life. Resources: Pastor Mitch's new book!: Change Your Mind to Change Your Life! Sermon Notes: Victory Church Notes Website: victorychurchraleigh.com Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast! Read Pastor Mitch's Daily Blog
In this episode of The On My Mind Podcast with RemyKeene, I have a fantastic conversation and interview with Pastor Mark Sowersby. He shares about overcoming Trauma from his childhood and the key to living with that hurt. His testimony is powerful and I hope it inspires you in some way, no matter the trauma that you've gone through you will be able to pull essential nuggets from the encouraging words in this conversation. The episode is a bit longer than our normal style but I encourage you to listen to the entire thing. You can find more from Mark Sowersby here: www.forgivingthenightmare.com Get the Book Forgiving The Nightmare: HERE LinkedIn: HERE Facebook: HERE Meet the Guest: Pastor. Husband. Father. Reverend Mark Sowersby has been married to his wonderful wife Jennifer for 18 years and is the father of four children. Mark has been an ordained minister with Assembly of God for over 25 years and is currently the Pastor of Calvary Community Church in Dudley, MA. Pastor Mark holds a BA in theology from Zion Bible College/Northpoint Bible College. In 2019 Pastor Mark went through a time of great healing. He began speaking about the experiences of his past and God's grace and the transformational work of forgiveness in his life. He now speaks about his story through his ministry, Forgiving The Nightmare. When he isn't serving his congregation and his community through ministry, teaching, and support, you can find him on all the trails and lakes in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Upstate New York, spending time with his family. Support The On My Mind Podcast Share this Episode with a Friend. Visit our website: https://theonmymindpodcast.com/ Podcast on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/theonmymindpodcast You can follow on social media at the following links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnMyMindPods TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theonmymindpodcast?lang=en Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn-0QR9Pa7UkQ7oyiWsu38w Please feel no obligation. You can support the podcast financially by clicking on the support button at the top of the page on this link through Anchor our podcast host. It is very appreciated if you do: https://anchor.fm/theonmymindpodcast ----------------------------- This show is produced, edited, and hosted by @RemyKeene Special Thanks to StreamBeats by HarrisHeller Song: Rocktune by Audionautix --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theonmymindpodcast/support
Week two of our new series, "Can We Talk About," where we'll be talking about The Gospel and Emotional Health! Today's message is from Romans 12:17-21:  Repay no one evil for evil, but give thought to do what is honorable in the sight of all.  If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.  Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.”  To the contrary, “if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head.”  Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.
Join us as we continue our conversation with our guest, Ashlee Garrison for part 2 of her interview! In this episode, Ashlee chats with our host, Elease Dillard, about breaking the odds with forgiveness—including transparently sharing how her relationship with her mother was restored after 20 years of estrangement. (Plus practical tips that could help with forgiveness). Whether you also have an estranged relationship with someone in your life, or if someone did you wrong years ago, or if someone was rude to you recently—we all could grow in the area of forgiveness. Press play to listen. - MEET ASHLEE: Ashlee Garrison is the founder and host of Social Hour With ASH—a visual podcast that is “done by inspiration!” As a native to the Bay Area, Ashlee lives to inspire, bring hope and it is her mission in life to help people overcome to become! Ashlee advocates for everyone to fight to be Healthy, Healed and Whole in every aspect of life. — LET'S CONNECT ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lets.breaktheodds/ LET'S CONNECT ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/lets.breaktheodds/ LET'S CONNECT ON TIKTOK: https://firstname.lastname@example.org EPISODE NOTES & BLOG: https://letsbreaktheodds.com/interview-ashlee-garrison-forgiveness - *Please Note: Episodes on Break The Odds do not serve as endorsements of any comments, opinions, actions, resources, and any other behavior by guests, individuals, and other parties. By using any third-party resources/platforms, you may be subject to their terms and conditions.
If you appreciate this work, consider supporting it - https://www.patreon.com/seekgodtogether Today we will read 2 verses. Proverbs 18:10 and then verse 11. “The name of the LORD is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are protected.” And then verse 11, “A rich man's wealth is his fortified city; in his imagination it is like a high wall.” These may not seem like a pair at first glance. But maybe they are. The name - YAWHEH - is a strong tower. Those who run to it are “protected?” Literally it means they are lifted up. They are elevated out of harms way. What is the Lord's Name? Our names are combinations of arbitrary sounds. But not YAHWEH. When He revealed His “name” to Moses it was more of a description. “Yahweh is compassionate, gracious, slow to anger, rich in faithful love. Forgiving wrongdoing but also One Who brings justice.” This is a good God - and if we're honest, we wouldn't want Him to be any different. The righteous run to this Name. Do you? Are you willing to believe God is this self-description? How does that affect how you approach Him? Contrast that with verse 11. “A rich man's wealth.” It's his fortified city - he believes it to be a high wall. A high wall - lifted up - protected. What protects you? Is it wealth? If you have wealth is your faith in it? If you don't have wealth, do you pursue it as though it will protect you? Of course, money is something - it isn't nothing. But it only takes a small accident, a tragedy, a funeral, even a birthday party, to realize that money is powerless ultimately. But God - God is the real power. He has all resource. He has all time. And He is good. Run to Him. Take refuge in Him. “God I believe this. I don't exactly know how to take refuge in You except to say that I believe You. I lean on You to be my protection and my provision. I need You.” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Air Date 9/14/2022 Today, we take a look at the history and hysteria behind debt and debt forgiveness while Biden is canceling student debt and opponents of the idea are reacting in the most predictable way possible because they misunderstand the relationship between debt and morality. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows and Bonus Content) Join our Discord community! OUR AFFILIATE LINKS: BOMBAS.COM/BEST BUY ONE/GIVE ONE TO SOMEONE IN NEED ExpressVPN.com/BestOfTheLeft GET INTERNET PRIVACY WITH EXPRESS VPN! BestOfTheLeft.com/Libro SUPPORT INDIE BOOKSHOPS, GET YOUR AUDIOBOOK FROM LIBRO! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Cancel It All: Debt Collective's Astra Taylor on Biden Plan & Need for Full Student Debt Relief - Democracy Now! - Air Date 8-25-22 We speak to Astra Taylor, writer, filmmaker, and co-director of the Debt Collective, a union for debtors and one of the original advocates for a debt jubilee that would cancel all student debt. Ch. 2: Freedom Dreams: Black Women and the Student Debt Crisis - The Intercept - Air Date 8-22-22 The Intercept's new documentary, “Freedom Dreams: Black Women and the Student Debt Crisis,” profiles Black women educators and activists struggling under the weight of tens of thousands, or even hundreds of thousands, in student loan debt. Ch. 3: Hidden History of Student Debt - Thom Hartmann Program - Air Date 8-25-22 Many woke up to find news that $10k of their student debt would be forgiven, Thom Hartmann and Jefferson Smith break down what this means and what happens next. Ch. 4: Bidens Big Student Debt Announcement: PITOTWIU for the Indebted Masses - Unf*cking The Republic - Air Date 8-28-22 Max breaks down the politics, the details, and biggest misses of the Biden student debt relief plan and why it's in danger of being PITOTWIU Ch. 5: Republican Veteran Concerned By Negative Military Recruitment Amidst Student Loan Forgiveness - The Majority Report - Air Date 8-29-22 Florida Representative Michael Waltz believes the military recruiting crisis will worsen with President Biden's student loan forgiveness. He also believes it is unfair to those who have not incurred debt. Ch. 6: Forgiving (and Unforgiving) Debts - Now & Then - Air Date 9-6-22 Heather and Joanne discuss the history of debtors' prisons in early America, the rise of bankruptcy laws after the Civil War, and the Cold War origins of federal student loans. MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 9: Bidens Big Student Debt Announcement: PITOTWIU for the Indebted Masses Part 2 - Unf*cking The Republic - Air Date 8-28-22 Ch. 10: Forgiving (and Unforgiving) Debts Part 2 - Now & Then - Air Date 9-6-22 FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 11: Final comments on morality and money MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent Activism Music: This Fickle World by Theo Bard (https://theobard.bandcamp.com/track/this-fickle-world) Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent SHOW IMAGE: Description: A dark gray, 3D image of the word "DEBT" sits in a white void, a connected chain and open shackle with an open padlock lie in front of it. Credit: "3D Shackled Debt" by Chris Potter, Flickr | License: CC by 2.0 | Changes: Enlarged with more white background Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com Listen Anywhere! BestOfTheLeft.com/Listen Listen Anywhere! Follow at Twitter.com/BestOfTheLeft Like at Facebook.com/BestOfTheLeft Contact me directly at Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com
Forgiving can be so hard, especially when the wrong done to us seems unforgivable. But when we look at Jesus at Calvary, whatever was done to us was not as bad as what was done to Him on the cross. And He said, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do!” If Jesus sought forgiveness for His offenders, so can we. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When someone hurts you -- especially for no good reason -- it's natural to want to strike back. On this journey, Dr. G explores the concept of forgiveness from both a scientific and Biblical perspective. The act of forgiving is far more complicated than most people realize. After being on this journey, however, you'll be able to know for sure whether or not you are a "forgiving person." Dr. G wants to hear from you! So join the conversation with him and your fellow travelers now on his FACEBOOK PAGE. ORDER DR. G's NEWEST BOOK! Believing is Seeing. * Tyndale * Books-A-Million * ChristianBook * Amazon * Barnes & Noble Science+God sponsored in part by Dwell Bible App. Save 30% off Dwell for Life at DwellApp.io/drg.
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This week, Sah and his partner Ben reflect on Sah's experience introducing holistic healing to the infamous musical artist, Cardi B, on her show "Cardi B Tries." Get a peek behind the scenes, and learn more about the practices Sah shared with her in that episode (including their ultra viral forgiveness practice) and why forgiveness holds such power on the spiritual path.In this episode, Sah & Ben discuss...What it was like for Sah to film his first major TV appearance The power of breathwork, and how it connects us to ourselves and each otherActivating the Guru within, and accessing your inner wisdomBreaking through fear when entering a healing atmosphereThe executive power of Cardi BHow forgiveness is the key to miraclesSah's artistic and spiritual forgiveness practiceand more...Watch Sah's episode of Cardi B Tries: https://bit.ly/3RMIRrKLearn more about Ben Decker: http://bendeckermeditation.com/✨✨✨Get more Sah in your life: