Unremembered Sin

Thought For The Week 117

Jesus holding a cup of wine at the Last Supper

Although the actual words are not from the scripture, it is certainly true that Yahweh does not forget.  One of the precious promises of the New Covenant is, “I will forgive their iniquity, and their sin I will remember no more.” (Jeremiah 31:34)  Yahweh does not forget as we forget; He is absolutely perfect.  So the character and personality of every person in all the world, together with everything that has ever happened from the beginning of time, is in His recall.  How mind-blowing is that?  Except… He has made the wonderful promise to remember forgiven sin no more.  The power that prompts this amazing act is the precious blood of Yahshua, the blood of the New Covenant.  ALL forgiven sin becomes unremembered sin! I see this as being a decisive act of the Divine Will and I find it not only immensely reassuring, but extraordinarily generous, since the cost of forgiveness was the gruesome execution of His Beloved Son.

In my second dream the description of who I am didn’t include ‘unremembered’ sin, it was about my humanity with all its problems and heartaches.  ‘He remembers it all’ demonstrates intimate knowledge of my whole life and is reassuringly compassionate. 

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