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God made your heart for love, joy, peace, and wholeness. But pastors say that more than 90% of their congregations struggle with unforgiveness - and unforgiveness can make us forget what we were made for.

What if the most pervasive sin of our day is invisible, hidden deep inside our hearts? What if it affects every aspect of our lives and relationships so quietly and insidiously that most of us miss it altogether? Bruce Wilkinson believes unforgiveness is that sin.

Through the teachings of Jesus, The Freedom Factor reveals the link between our suffering and our unforgiveness. But it also shows how to forgive - for real and forever. The story doesn't have to end with the pain of our wounds. Whatever happened to us happened. But the God who made your heart has shown a way past the wounds, back to the life and love that we were made for - a path toward freedom.

©2016 BrazosPress (P)2016 Oasis Audio

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A must read for everyone!

The absolutely best book I've ever read on Forgiveness. He shares the tools to forgive and free yourselves.

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Awesome book on forgiveness!

Loved this book it gave good insight in the healing process and why we need to forgive. I definitely recommend this book.

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GREAT! Much needed for anyone struggling with forgiveness.

This is tremendously practical and helpful for anyone knowing they need to forgive. Bruce walks through steps to forgiveness that you can do as you're reading/listening. A must read, as we all need to forgive others and ourselves!

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Life Changing

If you have been living in torment and want to be set free this is a book worth reading. It won’t hurt you to try it if you haven’t found the answer in any other form. What a blessing to walk in freedom.

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Excellent

This was so needed and well executed. The best book on this topic since the Bait of Satan!

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I read a ton so I don't review this as "Life Changing" lightly. Phenomenal book that would change the world if everyone would read it! Laura

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Great, great, great!

I took my time and read this. It was a blessing indeed. The passion and compassion in the words could be felt.

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Great book with life changing message

Eye opening message about unforgiveness. I love the step by step process of how to forgive others and yourself

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Awful narration.

Narrator pretending to read "passionately", but make it hard to listen and concentrate on message. He reads very quietly, and all of a sudden, hit my eardrum, by screming. It is ridiculous, and not necessary to read this way. Why you just read it normal, and don't pretend and fake?
PS: good context though.

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