The Sin of Forgiveness by Edward F. Mrkvicka Jr.

The Sin of Forgiveness by multi-published Christian author and lay minister/ counselor, Edward F. Mrkvicka Jr. (co-authored by his daughter, Kelly Helen Mrkvicka) explores a biblical perspective from Jesus' words regarding forgiveness.  Within this, much Scripture is discussed and analyzed to firmly grasp the biblical meaning of true forgiveness.  The author states that conditions of repentance must be met for this issue of true forgiveness to come forth.  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."  This is an inspiring book written from a heart of compassion for those that seek biblical solutions for real-life problems. 

Author Edward F. Mrkvicka has been an avid life-long Bible student and has invested many years as a lay minister and counselor.  He has been awarded Best Christian Book of the Year, Best Christian Study of the Year, named a National Best Book Awards finalist, and a winner in the Christian Choice Book Awards.  He has also been awarded the prestigious Faith Writers Seal of Approval.  For his efforts on his book No Innocent Affair that has helped many understand the devastating effects of divorce, he was awarded a Doctor of Divinity Degree for "...outstanding dedication to the sanctity of marriage..."  He also has been honored with a United States Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for "...outstanding and invaluable service to the community."

His other books include Be Not Deceived (2006) - reveals truths of the free gift of salvation that is offered to all.  We all have a choice and the author presents that all have free will, but this does not give a license to continue to sin.  With the truth of the Word, the author speaks of what true repentance and true salvation translate to in our lives; The Prayer Promise of Christ (2010) reveals that for a true Christian willing to take the Word of God at face value, willing to do exactly as biblically instructed, there is a prayer that will always be answered as asked and No Innocent Affair (2011) gives keen insight into the ripple effect of adultery that pervades today's modern society, providing hope through repentance and forgiveness to all through the shed blood of Jesus Christ.

To find out more about the author and his books visit Edward F. Mrkvicka Jr. . 

Using Christian Book Marketing to spread the Gospel around the world through Christian books. 

No comments: