A Georgia mother and father say they forgive their two sons accused of trying to murder them.

Speaking outside Gwinnett County Courthouse in Lawrenceville, Yvonne and Zachery Ervin told reporters that they "hold no grudges against" their sons, Cameron Ervin, 17, and Christopher Ervin, 22, who allegedly confessed to the September 5th attacks.

"We have unconditional love and forgiveness for our sons. And we just want the world to understand that," Yvonne said. "God has done miraculous healing with us. We're doing great. We're healing both mentally and physically."

The brothers almost killed their unsuspecting parents by allegedly stabbing Zachery and badly beating Yvonne before trying to set the house on fire, authorities said.

Yvonne Ervin told a 911 dispatcher that her sons attacked and drugged both her and her husband.

“My children are trying to kill me,” she said in a chilling 911 call. “They’ve attacked me and my husband, they’ve drugged us with Xanax.”

The brothers were arrested and charged with aggravated assault and first-degree arson.

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