Can Forgiveness Be A Sin?


A Must Read Christian Book

The Sin of Forgiveness
By: Edward F. Mrkvicka, Jr. with Kelly Helen Mrkvicka
ISBN#978-1936746354
Review Date: April 4, 2013
Christian Book Review
10.0 out of 10.0 stars

The Sin of Forgiveness by Christian authors Edward F. Mrkvicka, Jr. and daughter, Helen Kelly Mrkvicka, gives keen insight into the teachings of Christ on the subject of forgiveness.  The author adamantly states that, "…secular forgiveness does more harm than good.  The one forgiving is never made whole again, while the sinner is left in the same wretched condition."  Come and experience the freedom offered through true forgiveness with the author's biblical insight as to how, if and when we are to forgive.

 This book will encourage you to live in obedience to the Father in Heaven and teach you how to forgive in light of the Word.  This book is an exceptional and highly recommended read to all believers who want to come up higher in their walk with the Lord and understand the meaning of forgiveness from a firm biblical perspective.

By presenting a comprehensive list of all the scriptures on the different tenses of the word forgive, i.e. forgave and forgiven, the author assists readers in the understanding of the word "forgive" and the meaning, as related to Scripture.  The author offers Christ's teaching on forgiveness, and does not condone forgiveness when there has been no repentance.  In doing so, the book instructs believers to read their Bible in context, grasping the entire big picture presented by reading the entire Bible.  This is a highly recommended read for those that desire righteousness in light of the truth the Gospel.  This is a highly recommended and well-written teaching that reveals the absolute certainty of the truth of Scripture.   
 
You may get your copy of  The Sin of Forgiveness at Amazon. Be sure to visit the author's website at Edward F. Mrkvicka, Jr. for further information and some great ministry.

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