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Forgive, Forgive, Forgive by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 02/16

”Here’s Nancy Leigh DeMoss with counsel on choosing forgiveness.”

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: A former pastor I know drifted from the Lord and left his wife for another woman. Shortly afterward, his wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

She faced the slow, fearsome loss of her faculties without the loving support of her husband. It would seem like she had every reason for anger and bitterness, but God put forgiveness in her heart.

This became clear when she was rushed to the hospital with a cerebral hemorrhage. As she slipped in and out of consciousness, her children pressed in close to hear her repeat three times, “Forgive . . . forgive . . . forgive.”

The same God who kept this woman from bitterness is ready to help you forgive—whatever your situation.

With Seeking Him, I’m Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

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