How do we forget past betrayal, disappointments, divorce, abandonment? You’ve heard the saying, “I can forgive, but not forget.” In Forgetting Your Past Bob Gass shows you how to turn your pain into purpose, and draw from your greatest disappointments the wisdom and strength you need to build a better future. You do not have to just survive your past; you can soar above it. Among many of the lessons you will read, Gass notes that there are four essential ones: refusing to live like a victim, isolating the problem, letting God’s perfect love heal your scars, and giving to others the healing you received from God. The chapters are short enough to act as daily meditations or devotionals. In them you will learn to receive God’s grace, make restitution, and develop the right attitude about yourself.
One of the best books I have ever read. I keep on reading it again and again.
Bob Gass was born in Ireland and immigrated to America at age 18. This former pastor, well-known for his dynamic speaking, currently serves as a director with the United Christian Broadcasters in Britain. Bob and his wife Debby reside in Atlanta, Georgia.