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Please Forgive Me Before It's Too Late by Cheryle T. Ricks

Please Forgive Me Before It's Too Late

I Love You And I Need You In My Life

by Cheryle T. Ricks

Pages: 76

Dimensions: 5 x 8

Category
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Family
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Personal Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781632218902

Price : $11.49



This book is based on aspects of the author’s life. It seeks to encourage readers to forgive and work to repair the relationships in their lives, knowing that people have struggles and sometimes need more help than abandonment. The author also encourages readers to seek the Lord and His direction in the scenarios in each chapter.
The author wants to help her own family heal and others who have been hurt. The author’s honesty about her mental health provides an opening to reach readers personally, encouraging their positive responses to the healing and understanding the book can bring.
The author has keen insight into relationships and the importance of having God included in those relationships. Each chapter offers advice on how to really assess a relationship with someone and what might be needed in order to restore the connection or move forward with forgiveness and closure.
- Xulon Pres

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This book is a life lesson for many individuals and families. It is a raw, uninhibited account of the writer’s personal journey. Life is unscripted and things don’t always go the way we would like, and relationships can be harmed or even broken, sometimes by circumstances beyond our control. The question becomes, “How do we view people we are in conflict with?” But more importantly, “How do we see ourselves and the implications of our conduct?” The book also explores the circumstances that can cause rifts in even the closest relationships. The pain and emotional toll are highlighted and helps to explain why people sometimes do what they do or why they are the way they are.
The beginning of the book sets up a backdrop of how one woman struggle and decision to salvage the torn relationships with the people she loves. She sought spiritual guidance to learn how to see others’ perspectives and how to start the dialogue to begin the healing process. Second chances can be hard to come by. Therefore, torn relationships are not being reconciled and can affected people for years.
But, faith in God and sincere introspective and forgiveness reconciliation can be achieved. The song, “I Need You to Survive” comes to mind, illustrating that life is so much more meaningful and rewarding when you have the right relationship with God and those who matter most to us.
-Austin L. Patterson III

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