On February 2007, the car holding Chris Williams and his family was hit by a 17-year-old drunk driver. Immediately, his 11-year-old son and 9-year-old daughter died. His pregnant wife also gave up the ghost. Although all his loved ones were dead, Williams decided to forgive the drunkard. Forgiveness is one of the Christian imperatives, whatever the magnitude of the offence. We must forgive because our own forgiveness from God is anchored on our ability to forgive others. Forgiveness must be unconditional, without any string attached to it. To say "I forgive but I cannot forget" is another way of saying I cannot forgive. Offences are not to be kept in the mortuary but taken to the cemetery where they are buried immediately they happen. This frees the offended from harbouring grudges or planning revenge, and gives him the ability to live in peace with the offender. Forgiveness gives one a testimony of pure conscience towards God and men. Suffice to say that forgiveness has direct link with our admittance to heaven.