From Prison to Pardon
Publisher : Living Hope Ministries, Santa Clarita, CA, USA
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From Prison to Pardon is about a real-life prison-to-pardon experience.
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Convicts appreciate the power of a pardon. They understand that it sets them free them from the consequences of having a conviction on their record. A pardon means that your crimes - your sins - are no longer held against you.
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No criminal deserves to have their crimes (sins) pardoned. A pardon is when the authorities show grace AFTER a convict petitions the authorities to consider their plea for a pardon.
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Convicts also appreciate the power of having their criminal records "expunged" (erased). Expungement is better than a pardon because your crimes (sins) are removed from the record - it's just as though you never "sinned."
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In the legal system you must have your crimes (sins) pardoned before they can be expunged (erased). It's the same way with God's grace. Though He is Judge, God also grants pardons.
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The gospel message is all about God showing grace to us by offering to pardon us (though we don't deserve it) AND expunge (erase) our sins from the record - so our sins will not be counted against us in the coming Day of Judgment (which we all deserve because we have all sinned).
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May From Prison to Pardon help you better understand how man's system of justice and grace  (criminals convicted and later pardoned) is patterned after God's system of justice and grace.



The Story Behind This Book
From Prison to Pardon is about a real-life prison-to-pardon experience. . Convicts appreciate the power of a pardon. They understand that it sets them free them from the consequences of having a conviction on their record. A pardon means that your crimes - your sins - are no longer held against you. . No criminal deserves to have their crimes (sins) pardoned. A pardon is when the authorities show grace AFTER a convict petitions the authorities to consider their plea for a pardon. . Convicts also appreciate the power of having their criminal records "expunged" (erased). Expungement is better than a pardon because your crimes (sins) are removed from the record - it's just as though you never "sinned." . In the legal system you must have your crimes (sins) pardoned before they can be expunged (erased). It's the same way with God's grace. Though He is Judge, God also grants pardons. . The gospel message is all about God showing grace to us by offering to pardon us (though we don't deserve it) AND expunge (erase) our sins from the record - so our sins will not be counted against us in the coming Day of Judgment (which we all deserve because we have all sinned). . May From Prison to Pardon help you better understand how man's system of justice and grace (criminals convicted and later pardoned) is patterned after God's system of justice and grace.




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Steven Silvers
My Christian nick-name is "brother Silvers." I've been in Christian ministry and the work-force for over 30 years. I serve at Living Hope Christian Ministries.
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