To forgive or not to forgive? Most of us have grappled with this question or have had to ask it of others. The answer is usually plagued by a complexity of emotions and feelings tied to an afflicted offense or series of conflicts. According to author Richard T. Case in his debut book, Life in Forgiveness, no matter how complicated the scenario or heinous the act, the answer is and should always be a resounding, yes.
Many movements in today's society have combined to create an atmosphere that at best teaches married couples very little about how to find happiness together, and at worst threatens to destroy the sanctity with which God intends his children to approach that union.