How to Handle Betrayal: Avoiding Destruction Through Forgiveness and Restoration
How should a Christian react when faced with betrayal? We’ve all been there—betrayed by someone we counted as a friend. This deep hurt often leads to bitterness and personal destruction. We can overcome this age-old cycle of self-destruction by looking at none other than the greatest example of ultimate betrayal, Jesus Christ’s betrayal by Judas Iscariot and those crying out, “Crucify him!”
Jesus, writhing in agony and facing physical death, responded to those at His feet with, “Father, forgive them” (Luke 23:34). The act of forgiveness is just the first of many actions presented by Dr. Mike Wells in his biblical formula of How to Handle Betrayal. By adopting the principles and practices listed herein, you will not only avoid heartache but also set an example for others to follow in forgiveness and restoration.
13 pgs | Pamphlet | Dr. Mike Wells