I’m celebrating the release of The Heart of the Amish the whole month of May with a giveaway and facts about the Amish and forgiveness.

Asking for Forgiveness

If forgiveness is readily available, why do we have to ask at all? When we ask forgiveness of others—our friends, our spouse, our children, our neighbors, our colleagues—we admit our culpability, setting into motion the process of healing and restoring the relationship. When we ask God for forgiveness, we admit our sinfulness, properly posturing ourselves before a holy God (1 John 1:8–10). But we can’t receive if we don’t ask. For that is the essence of God’s story of forgiveness.

What’s harder to forgive: a big thing or a small thing? Why? Submit your thoughts on forgiveness (250 words of less) to info {at} suzannewoodsfisher {dot} com. I’ll pick a story to share on my blog TOMORROW and the winner will receive a copy of The Heart of the Amish! 

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