Why should you forgive?

What is forgiveness?

What does unforgiveness do to you?

How does unforgiveness affect your relationships?

Does the offender need to be present when you forgive?

How does forgiveness set you free?

Click on the video and Kathy will explain how to use this powerful spiritual weapon.

For more information on the supernatural power of forgiveness, click here to see Kathy’s DVD.

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3 comments on “Why should you forgive?

  1. ivy on

    I appreciate this teaching my Kathy Mullen on forgiveness. I agree with her teaching which is so true. I need her reminders for my own life in daily situations.
    The sound comes through good on this video but when Grant Mullen is talking I can barely hear him even when I turn the sound way up.
    I do have most of the teaching already on video but I would like to hear it on this site.

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  2. Margo Stretch on

    I think it’s so important that, as Kathy said, we get free when we forgive… free from shackles and bondage to the other person and to the power of unforgiveness. Also ~ and this is huge ~ God’s word makes it clear that if we don’t forgive others, our forgiveness from God is hindered. The Lord’s prayer teaches this dual nature of forgiveness, and it’s also emphasized at the end of the Lord’s prayer, that if we don’t forgive, we in turn won’t be forgiven by the Father. That’s serious to our own spiritual well-being, and our relationship with God is hurt if we refuse to forgive someone who has hurt us.

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  3. Wayne C Bridegroom on

    In some instances it may be appropriate to move beyond forgiveness and distance oneself from emotional or physical abuse. Obviously, that does not negate the deep need for forgiveness. Appropriately loving self can mean the ability to say “no more.” It is especially frustrating when the perpetrator views everything as being normal, or OK.

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