Forgetting the things behind
Here You will read why Darlene Zschech of Hillson Worship and other great leaders of today endorsed this amazing piece:
This is a healing book, based on Philippians 3:13. It is a practical revelation the Lord has given me, that has helped me always go forward, with everything I have, no matter what! I believe the book will bless the readers, because the Lord has led me to write it only after experiencing the power of that revelation in my personal life probably more than a thousand times and in a period of more than 14 years of full time active ministry.
Here’s exactly where I believe many people fail – when they experience a set back, a failure, a destruction of some kind, a hurt, a disappointment, etc. – they find it too difficult to forget it and move on – most people stop and wouldn’t continue moving, spiritually speaking. So, that becomes the end of their Christian walk, their spiritual, and sometimes even their physical life. That’s because they don’t know how to deal with those situations and how to find strength to go on, and not just go on, but go on as if nothing has ever affected them.
The Forgetting the things behind book reveals the power of repentance, forgiveness and forgetting in a very practical way, as well as how to receive the daily “bread” from the Holy Spirit. It helps us, after repenting, to:
- forget the sins we have done before we became children of God.
- forget the sins we have committed and the failures we have suffered after we have became children of God.
- forget the things that other people have done to us.
- forget, forgive and deal with marriage and ministry issues.
The book is indeed a very practical handbook for the minister as well as the lay person, for the business person as well as the housewife, for the great and for the lowly, as it reveals how we should apply the Word of God in our daily life, how we should treat people God’s way and how we should always have the winning attitude and strategy.
Please read some of the endorsements for the book, including top Christian leaders like Darlene Zschech – leader of Hillsong worship Australia, Dr. Stephen Gill – Poet, Peace activist, numerous rewards for achievements, and many others:
Darlene Zschech – Darlenezschech.com Leader of Hillsong worship in Hillsong Church Australia and one of the most famous Christian worship leaders ever:
This is not a theoretical book, but a very practical one, showing us the importance of letting go of everything that is trying to prevent us from pressing towards the mark of the high calling of God on our life. As apostle Paul said in Philippians 3:13, one thing is needed, which will lead us to the finishing line, and that is to forget (let go) of what is behind us and stretch towards what lies ahead of us. This revelation from the Word of God is wisely presented in the pages of this book. A timely and needed material which will bring healing and provoke us to pursue excellence in our lives and ministries! I highly recommend it! With much love, Darlene
James Anthony Allen – eBlessings.us
Founder and President of eBlessings Non-Profit Corporation, helping children and poor people in more than 60 nations:
I am one who knows one must process one’s past to overcome or one must give it to Jesus because He has already overcome for us. Forgetting the things behind, is a tool which gives one access to biblical information which one can understand so personal spiritual growth can continue. I strongly endorse the work of Nikola Dimitrov and ask you to share this blessing with others. Stay blessed in Christ.
Rick Iles - inter-links.org
European Director, LINKS (Literature In New KontextS)
I believe that this book will help people that are going through hard times to refocus on the Lord and to see that we need to put the past behind us, forgiving those that have wronged us and move ahead with our eyes set on the Lord. Learning to work with one another is always a challenge, but as is written in these pages it is in working with one another that we let go and can grow in the Lord.
Dr. Stephen Gill – Stephengill.ca
Poet, Peace activist, numerous rewards for achievements
Forgetting the things Behind and Stretching for the Ones Ahead is a book that shows the way to the island of beauty. This way is to achieve peace– a goal of humans since time immemorial. This is the way of repentance and forgiveness according to Mr. Nikola Dimitrov, the author of this book.
The author admits that there are obstacles and diversions on this way. He points out some famous personalities of the Bible who overcame them and became unusually productive. They looked ahead and doors of peace and happiness were opened for them. If they could travel this path, any human can also.
Forgetting the things Behind and Stretching for the Ones Ahead is from a Christian point, but it is useful for anyone who wants to open the door to a fuller life. Forgiveness is in the interest of forgivers because it puts their mind to rest and a restful mind can think clearly and clear thinking paves the way for progress and prosperity that God expects from His creation.
The book has been written with convictions and in a language that is easy for everyone to understand. It is useful for every one who wants to make his or her life meaningful and productive. I congratulate Mr. Nikola Dimitrov for producing a book that tells how to achieve the peace that shapes a blessed life under the caring feathers of the Father.
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Table of Contents for the Forgetting the things behind and Stretching for the ones ahead book:
How to Continue Our Walk with God
SECTION ONE: Forgetting the Sins We Have Done Before We Repented and Became Children of God
Chapter One - Repentance, Forgiveness and Forgetting
Chapter Two - Abraham
Chapter Three - Apostle Paul
SECTION TWO: Forgetting the Sins We Have Committed and the Failures We Have Suffered After We Have Become Children of God
Chapter Four - King David
Chapter Five - Losing a Loved One
SECTION THREE: Forgetting the Things that Other People Have Done to Us
Chapter Six - Forgiving from the Heart
Chapter Seven - Family Hurts
Chapter Eight - Bigger Family Hurts
SECTION FOUR: How? Chapter Nine - Look Ahead, not Behind
Chapter Ten - Hallelujah!
Chapter Eleven - The Lord’s Prayer
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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