Do you know it’s possible for God never to remember all your sins anymore?
When we come to Jesus Christ with a repentant heart and confess our sins to Him, God forgives all our sins and cleanses us from all unrighteousness through the Blood of Jesus Christ. Every man on earth has a record before God; every sin committed is recorded in heaven against the person. But when we are sorrowful for our sins with a broken spirit and contrite heart – that is a repentant heart – the realization of our sins as sins, as terrible and displeasing to God and the readiness to forsake those sins; when God sees these in us, He cannot despise us no matter how terrible or how long we have been in the sins. When we sincerely realize and really ready to forsake those sinful lifestyles, God forgives us through Jesus His Son and uses the Blood of Jesus to cleanse us from all sins and also cleanse our records from all those sins.
And immediately, He does not remember all our sins any more! This is a mystery, beyond human understanding. How can all-knowing God forget what we did wrong, what we did against Him for many years? He forgets because He has forgiven through Jesus and the Blood of Jesus has wiped them away and that is forever. Those sins can not stand against us now nor forever, we become as innocent as never sinned, the righteousness of Jesus covers us and God sees only Christ’s righteousness. No remembrance, no consequence, no condemnation, but peace from the presence of God follows. Here is what God says, “But if a wicked man turns from all his sins which he has committed, keeps all My statutes, and does what is lawful and right, he shall surely live; he shall not die. None of the transgressions which he has committed shall be remembered against him; because of the righteousness which he has done, he shall live.” Ezekiel 18:21, 22.
To have this unspeakable experience, you need to realize your sins both small and great, ready to forsake all, not some, not serious ones, but all and then you confess all and ask Jesus to forgive and cleanse you. You tell Him that you want to accept Him as your Lord and ask Him to save you. Thank is all! Read: 1 John 1:7-9 and Colossians 2:13-15.
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