There’s a huge difference between dealing with personal offenses as opposed to severe criminal acts. Tackling personal offenses is a matter of peace between people in the Church, as well as society in general (relatives, co-workers, neighbors, etc.), whereas your response to criminal acts is a matter of protecting yourself & others from wicked thugs and acquiring justice. The New Testament provides detailed instructions on how to handle PERSONAL OFFENSES committed by (1) fellow believers and (2) unbelievers. In this book you’ll learn the brilliant principle of overcoming evil with good and how to employ it when people sin against you, which includes tough love when necessary. Yet the Bible distinguishes between personal offenses and CRIMINAL ACTS. How should you deal with serious criminal acts committed by whomever, wherever? Should you be a doormat? Should you just automatically forgive everyone for everything all the time, no conditions whatsoever, as is often taught in Christian circles? The LORD doesn’t even do this! Understand that there’s a difference between forgiving an offense and praying for an offender or casting cares (aka venting). Find answers to these questions and more with powerful truths straight from the balanced Scriptures; they’ll set you FREE, as Christ declared in John 8:31-32.