Scripture Verse Of The Week

forgiveness verse

Isaiah 43 Verse 25: “It is I who sweep away your transgression for My own sake and remember your sins no more”.

We should not bring it up again. Isaiah 43, verse 25: “I, even I, am he who blots out thy transgressions for mine own sake, and will not remember thy sins” (Isaiah 43:25). Sins are buried in the grave of God’s forgetfulness. If you forgive, do it finally, once for all.
You may say, “Well, that brings up a problem for me. God doesn’t remember our sins anymore? I thought God was omniscient. How can God ever truly forget anything?” Well, intellectually, God cannot forget. God doesn’t lose His memory. When God says, “I will remember them no more,” that means, “I will not bring them up. I will not use them against you. If I remember them, I remember them as forgiven sins. I don’t continue to have that spirit of resentment that human beings tend to have. The sin is buried.” Now, many times we say we have forgiven, but we’ve not forgiven finally.

True repentance is turning from what God calls wrong doing {sin}, because if we truly repent and ask for forgiveness, His promises are true, “I will remember your sins no more”.

True repentance, unhindered the transformation Our Lord Our Redeemer and Friend can give to our lives.

God Bless.

OFJ.

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