Forgiveness Versus Trust

Welcome to Walking Our Talk with Alan Heller. I’m Dustin Daniels.

Last week, Alan along with his bride Pauly Heller and Dr. Ed Delph, the authors of the book, Learning How to Trust, were discussing the first step of regaining trust – “to remember.”

This week we continue with the second step of regaining trust, and that is – Release. Release is closely related to forgiveness so we’ll also focus on these three things in this episode:

The difference between trust and forgiveness
We’ll ask the question, “Can you live the Christian life and not understand forgiveness
How control is an illusion when it comes to forgiveness.

All this material is coming from Alan, Pauly and Ed’s book, Learning How To Trust. To learn more, visit walk and talk dot org for more information.

I’m so glad I’m not the only one who goes to the grocery store, forgets the list and just wings it by buying all the junk food. How about you? Well, Do you tend to worry about all the problems in your life, rather than mediating and trusting on what God says about you?

If you do, we’ll…ya know that means don’t ya? It means you got a bad case of the normals! We all do it, but God in his infinite mercy and grace shows us how to turn that worry into healthy meditation on Him and His Word.

Well, Next week, we’ll continue our conversation on Learning How To Trust with Alan, Pauly, and Ed and we’ll discuss:

What do decisions about trusting God and trusting others reveal about us?
We’re gonna learn to re-think the way that we think about trust
Learn the next several steps in the process of how to trust.

If you like what you hear, let me encourage you to visit walk and talk dot org. You’ll be able to order the Learning How To Trust book along with other resources for you, your family and your church.

Lastly, You’ll also be able to sign up for one of Alan’s upcoming Trust webinars, to where you’ll be able to ask your questions to Alan.

On behalf of Alan, Pauly, and Ed, thanks for listening to Walking Our Talk. We’ll meet again next week.


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