Christian Life Book, The Sin Of Forgiveness
The new Christian life book, The Sin Of Forgiveness, written by award-winning author Edward F. Mrkvicka, Jr. was recently published on 2/25/2013.
Christian forgiveness is of utmost importance to believers, so the subject of Edward's new book can help you learn how to Biblically forgive with the intention of bringing healing to both sides of forgiveness.
Published by Crosslink Publishing, The Sin Of Forgiveness is now available from Amazon.com (lower right column) and Barnes and Noble. However the book can be ordered from the publisher's website as well.
The Sin Of Forgiveness Review
By Margaret Lukasik
When Edward F. Mrkvicka, Jr. writes a book he doesn't generalize with broad themes that may be confusing, instead he chooses specific Biblical topics relevant to living a successful Christian life "today" rather than someday in the far future.
His information is always thorough and thought provoking, with a message that will either convict the heart for change or give way for an examination of one's deepest beliefs.
Edward's new book challenges the reader's heart and mind from the very
beginning with his provocative title, "The Sin Of
I have to admit I was curious about it, but I wasn't kept guessing for long. I learned quickly the intent of this Christian life book which centers upon the difference between secular and Christian forgiveness.
For those who know little about the subject, Edward's book is a source of study that can lead to more Biblical understanding about how to forgive and why we need to adhere to God's Word over worldly wisdom.
As Christians we have a responsibility to live according to scripture rather than be dictated by the ways of the world. Edward's commentary on forgiveness teaches that scripturally it must be taken beyond a quick apology or the asking of forgiveness without repentance. Instead he gives a Biblical formula for forgiving one another in a way that will bring healing for the person who has suffered hurt and the one causing the suffering or pain.
He explains the areas in life where Christians should not forgive in order to remain untouched by more harm and the sins of the unrepentant. Many souls have been harmed in ways that can last a lifetime by extending forgiveness where it should not have been given, while others continue to live their lives without thought of the harm they commit because of ignorance concerning this Biblical law. If a person continues to bring harm to others without an inner conviction for change or the knowledge of repentance, Edward teaches that forgiveness will become a detriment rather than a blessing.
Christians should always be ready to look beyond what they already know concerning the Bible in order to insure living their salvation to the fullest in Christ Jesus--even if it means replacing wrong thinking and behaviors that we were taught acceptable in the world with those that are scripturally correct. Edward invites his readers to check His information with the Word in order to insure it's validity. His book makes that opportunity easy with many pages of relevant scripture to help them understand forgiveness God's way.
About The Author...
Edward Mrkvicka is a lay minister and counselor, and
life-long Bible student. His religious writings have 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.
Ed's ministry is devoted to the absolute truth of the Bible, which is reflected in his Christian life writing. He tries to help all those who ask, especially when their difficulty involves the family. He is so devoted to children and saving marriages that he was awarded a U.S. Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition "in recognition of outstanding and invaluable service to the community."
Ed lives in rural Illinois with his son Eddie and his daughter Kelly.
eMail Edward About His New Christian Life Book or for information about his other books at: reliance1985 @ att.net