The Divine Gift of Forgiveness

The Divine Gift of Forgiveness Review

In this book, Elder Andersen writes especially to those who are "awakening" unto God—those who are just beginning to discover or who seek the divine gifts and power of repentance and forgiveness in their lives. The Divine Gift of Forgiveness is organized in such a way that readers can choose the section or chapter that applies most to them and study it without having to have read from cover to cover. Leaders can similarly recommend specific chapters to those with whom they work. Filled with powerful doctrine along with stories and experiences, this book will help all readers become more devoted disciples of the Savior.

Title:The Divine Gift of Forgiveness
Edition Language:English

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  • Megan

    Think of this as a "Miracle of Forgiveness" by President Kimball 2.0 The same topic is updated with a tone of beauty and wonder and compassion and love and mercy surrounding the topics of repentance a...

  • Samcwright

    This book is written is simple and plain language. But it represents a meaningful change from the way repentance and forgiveness were presented in The Miracle of Forgiveness. While The Miracle of Forg...

  • Nathan Cureton

    I'm a new bishop. This book taught me great principles to aide in my own relationship with God as well as the special privilege I have to help others do the same. As I read, I marked it up and took no...

  • Scribs

    Though Elder Andersen qualifies his remarks as a beginners guide to repentance, I found the concepts in this book quite profound. So much so that one story in here changed the course of a family relat...

  • Lois

    It was a great book. I highly recommend it....

  • Serena

    This book is a great guide book for repentance. I especially loved the last several chapters. It is hopeful and inspiring. I am so glad I read it!...

  • Tom Grover

    There are a lot of great things about this book. Elder Andersen uses stories effectively as a medium to discuss the repentance process. It's also clear that Elder Andersen cares deeply about the book'...

  • Tyler

    A very, very good and edifying book by Elder Neil L. Andersen of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. He addresses numerous doctrines and principles related to repentance and forgiveness. Elder Andersen...

  • Collette

    I loved this book. It had such great insights for being able to forgive others and ourselves. And who doesnt need to do one or the other at various times in our lives? There were many relatable storie...

  • Joshua Gregg

    Great companion book to Miracle of Forgiveness. The tone is much lighter for the majority of the book, but the topic of repentance is still the core of the book. Some of the book won't necessarily mea...