43 min

Ep. 52 - What Forgiveness Can Teach Us About Processing Shame The Genesis of Shame Podcast

    • Christianity

Forgiveness is one of the most important aspect of our relationship with Jesus. It is based off us repenting from our sins, accepting Jesus into our hearts, and accepting his forgiveness for our sins. But, what does accepting this forgiveness look like? What does it look like in our interpersonal relationships? And, what does it look like to to apply self-forgiveness?

For those who have experienced shame, forgiveness may be a difficult concept to grasp, be it in their interpersonal relationships their relationship with God, and it often leads Christians to believe that they are not deserving of forgiveness. This is not true. 

On this episode, Dr. Kim shares with us the different facets of forgiveness as well as the importance of it for healing from hurts:  
- Defining forgiveness and reconciliation,
- The need to have a sense of right and wrong in order to forgive, 
- Discussing divine forgiveness, self-forgiveness, and interpersonal forgiveness, and
- How shame impacts the way we view forgiveness.

If you have any questions or comments on this topic, please  email me at slconnect08@gmail.com.

Remember to please LEAVE A REVIEW for the podcast as it helps get the word out to a larger audience, and remember to SUBSCRIBE and/or follow on Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, GooglePlay, and all other podcast platforms.

If you're on Facebook and/or Instagram, I'd greatly appreciate it if you SHARE this episode! :)

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ABOUT ME 👇

My mission is to provide Christians with content on how to address spiritual and mental health issues within the church. In fact, I often address shame and its effects on relationships within the church. 

I look forward to walking alongside you as we draw closer to Christ!
Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/slandajr)

Forgiveness is one of the most important aspect of our relationship with Jesus. It is based off us repenting from our sins, accepting Jesus into our hearts, and accepting his forgiveness for our sins. But, what does accepting this forgiveness look like? What does it look like in our interpersonal relationships? And, what does it look like to to apply self-forgiveness?

For those who have experienced shame, forgiveness may be a difficult concept to grasp, be it in their interpersonal relationships their relationship with God, and it often leads Christians to believe that they are not deserving of forgiveness. This is not true. 

On this episode, Dr. Kim shares with us the different facets of forgiveness as well as the importance of it for healing from hurts:  
- Defining forgiveness and reconciliation,
- The need to have a sense of right and wrong in order to forgive, 
- Discussing divine forgiveness, self-forgiveness, and interpersonal forgiveness, and
- How shame impacts the way we view forgiveness.

If you have any questions or comments on this topic, please  email me at slconnect08@gmail.com.

Remember to please LEAVE A REVIEW for the podcast as it helps get the word out to a larger audience, and remember to SUBSCRIBE and/or follow on Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, GooglePlay, and all other podcast platforms.

If you're on Facebook and/or Instagram, I'd greatly appreciate it if you SHARE this episode! :)

FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM:
https://bit.ly/2UyNeLa​

FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK:
https://www.facebook.com/samlanda23/​

ABOUT ME 👇

My mission is to provide Christians with content on how to address spiritual and mental health issues within the church. In fact, I often address shame and its effects on relationships within the church. 

I look forward to walking alongside you as we draw closer to Christ!
Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/slandajr)

43 min