Synopses & Reviews
Forgiveness and Hope for Prisoners is a true story about a man who lived in bondage most of his life before being sentenced to prison. Being locked up behind bars wasn't his real prison though, nor was his addiction to alcoholism, adultery, and pornography. Not being able to forgive himself consumed his mind and heart and kept him from hope—this was his real prison. He never quit crying, and when there were no tears in his eyes, still his soul mourned. Many people suffer from their own private prisons—those who are prisoners of overwhelming grief, those whose hearts are held captive by past sins, those held hostage in their own homes because of domestic violence, those who live pretentious lives even though they have no self-worth, those who are slaves to obesity, etc. John's life began anew the day God's love and forgiveness freed him from his prison. You too can escape the despair of your personal bondage by asking God to forgive you and by forgiving yourself—and then, you will find hope.