Forgiveness - A Key to Success, by Bill Krause
Forgiveness Book — A Key to Success relates real life stories about the relationship between forgiveness and true success.
This practical, step-by-step forgiveness book will thrust your life to a whole new level of success. As this book unfolds, you will be able to identify if unforgiveness is in your life and learn how to forgive and deal with unforgiveness so you can move forward and unlock your full potential to achieve success.
Once released from a self-made prison of unforgiveness, you will be able to walk in and maintain a life of forgiveness. Live free of the hurts from others, and step forward toward your life’s goal and dreams!
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A Key to Unlock Your Freedom.
Forgiveness—A Key to Success is a forgiveness book designed to help you get real freedom in your life and relationships. It’s a book written with you in mind.
If you have been abused, this forgiveness book will help you face your past once and for all.
If you have been misunderstood, this forgiveness book will help you forget the pain and embarrassment and move forward.
If you’ve been in a series of unsuccessful relationships or marriages, this forgiveness book will help you get to the root of your relationship struggles and experience the success you’ve always wanted.
If you have done things that seriously hurt yourself and others, this forgiveness book will help you forgive yourself and be the person you want to be.
Forgiveness Book— this book is a Key to Success will help you get “unstuck” and move on. Free of the past, free of shame, free of self-sabotage.
Forgiveness Can Work for You.
Bill Krause, author of the book Forgiveness —A Key to Success, has been successfully helping people become free of unforgiveness for over 30 years. His book contains story after story of people who overcame their past and learned to forgive.
Bill Krause has studied the awesome power of forgiveness, as well as the crippling effects of unforgiveness. He says, “To be truly free and to stay out of our self-imposed prison, we must choose to walk in forgiveness. It is a choice, a choice that only we can make.”