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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
"Do Yourself a Favor...Forgive" by Joyce Meyer is a book that everyone should take to heart. One of the biggest problems people have is learning to forgive, whether it is a spouse, a parent, a close friend or just someone they work with. The more we let a problem grow without forgiving, the more it festers until we ourselves are full of bitterness and expect to be forgiven for our actions. The longer we stay angry the more harm we do to ourselves. Ms Meyers touches on the one subject that seems to affect most people – anger. Not only can it be a medical issue when we let it fester but it can destroy families and friendships too. When one learns to forgive it frees one from the turmoil of anger. With an abundance of scriptures throughout, it will teach you not only how to forgive but why you should. Many people find it hard to forgive and through this book you will learn what to do.
I have always enjoyed either listening to or reading Ms Meyer's books. There is always one little thing that will be just what one is needing. She always seems to teach the biblical truth without going too deep where one cannot understand it or get a grip on what she is implying. I would recommend this book for everyone. Men can get a lesson from this just as a woman can. If you are having an issue at the present time then grab a copy of “Forgive”, start reading and I am sure you will soon take it to heart. It is a powerful book that I would recommend.