Posted On October 26, 2020

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On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Hayley Satrom discuss meditating on the love of God in Christ, overlooking offenses, strategies for assessing our hearts before the Lord, handling conflict and forgiveness, along with her devotional, Forgiveness Reflecting God’s Mercy (P&R, 2020).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • How meditating on God’s love and mercy helps Christians be tender to the task of forgiveness.
  • What it looks like practically for Christians to set their minds on Christ.
  • Why forgiveness is a heart attitude that Christians must pursue before the Lord in prayer.
  • Why forgiveness is an ongoing process and what that means for Christians.
  • How we root out bitterness and judgments in our lives as Christians.
  • What it looks like to overlook offenses in our lives as Christians.
  • How to best assess our hearts before the Lord.
  • The role of Scripture in helping Christians with forgiveness.
  • How the sufficiency of God’s grace helps Christians when it seems like we can’t forgive those who have hurt us.
  • In what way forgiveness is not a sprint but a marathon.

About the Guest

Hayley Satrom (MA, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is codirector of the private counseling practice Heart Song Counseling and a biblical counselor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC.

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