How Can I Possibly Forgive?

forgivenesscover_finalIs it really possible to forgive?

Sometimes it’s a struggle to forgive a friend, a family member, a coworker, or a neighbor. This book helps you look at the meaning of forgiveness and the impact that choosing to forgive—or refusing to forgive—has on your life. It will help you identify the battles worth fighting and the ones that aren’t and how to tell the difference.

As she did in her popular one-year experiment with submission, Sara Horn reveals through personal experiences and stories what she’s learned about forgiving with God’s help and healing.

Life isn’t about holding on to destructive and painful experiences. It’s about letting go. And it’s about letting God work in our trying situations so we can see Him more clearly on the other side.

In How Can I Possibly Forgive, Horn explores the steps toward forgiveness, including how to

• take care of the little problems we allow to become big issues
• move on from painful slights and deep wounds
• be real with ourselves and God first and then be real with others
• find closure when disappointment in others doesn’t resolve itself
• let go of regret, anger, and bitterness that keep us from living in the freedom God intends


“Forgiveness can be one of the most difficult disciplines and the most freeing decisions in a person’s life. In How Can I Possibly Forgive?, Sara Horn shows us how to go from bitter to better, from resentful to restful, and from holding on to past hurts to releasing offenses to live gracefully free.”

~ Sharon Jaynes, Author of The Power of a Woman’s Words and Praying for Your Husband from Head to Toe


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What Other READERS are Saying: 


“It’s tough to forgive and it’s tough to accept forgiveness-especially when we have to forgive ourselves. Horn – a wife, mom, and the founder of Wives of Faith (a ministry for military wives)-gives a warm, encouraging presentation of a very challenging issue. She reminds us that relationships are messy and people are complicated; yet forgiveness is essential if you want a good relationship with our heavenly father as well as family and friends. Horn’s topics are on target, and at the end of each chapter she gives five ways to deal with each particular issue. While reminding readers to develop a habit of giving everything over to God, she maintains we need to “forgive in our time and with God’s leading.” ~ Donna Watson, PhD., CBA Retailers and Resources, October 2014

“I related to so much of this book, I had over 120 notes and bookmarks in the Netgalley on my Kindle….This book has really resonated in my heart, showing me how far I’ve come in my journey of forgiveness for some deep hurts, as well as showing me how to move forward in more recent heart-bruising instances.” ~ Pattie

“Sara puts a lot of heart into her writing and use such real experiences from her own life to help readers deal with the hurts, the scars, the noise and anything else that cause us pain so that we can learn to forgive others and most importantly ourselves.” ~ Katie

“I have yet to read a book of Sara’s that I have not liked, or come away with more understanding of me and God’s way of helping in our journeys. How Can I Possibly Forgive? has been no different. From helping us to understand how to listen through the noise we so often hear in our own heads to learning to forgive ourselves, this book touches at the heart of what Jesus wants us to do, forgive others as He has done with us.” ~ Penny

“This is the fourth “Sara Horn” book I have read, so to say I am a fan is an understatement. How Can I Possibly Forgive? is another example of her down-to-earth writing style that I love so much. She is honest when giving testimonials to make her point and her sense of humor makes her books enjoyable to read while also offering important concepts to think about. I consider myself a relative newby when it comes to matters of faith & Christianity, but because Sara is “user friendly” in her approach, she makes her ideas and lessons easy to follow. I found myself nodding along several times–sometimes she is able to say the things I have been thinking but didn’t know how to actually put into words.” ~ Brooke

“Each chapter is written as though Sara is seated next to you as a dear friend talking you through the steps of forgiving that lead to freedom. Her writing is genuine with heartfelt honesty and yet accompanied by practical tips to aid the reader down the path and journey to living a life of freedom.” ~Carrie

“Forgiveness can be something easily said but so hard to actually do – in the same winsome style as her previous books, Sara helps readers to get to the nuts and bolts of the matter all while expressing understanding, empathy and grace.” ~Holly

“This is an incredible book for teaching how to forgive others and yourself. This occurs through solid biblical teachings,as well as, the authors own experiences, situations, pains, and hurts.” ~Shirley

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