Do you know
that all your sins can be forgiven?
Do you know
Allah in Christianity
even if you are Muslim
if you dont believe in anyone?!
does He love me and You?
just cannt disown Himself…
He is PERFECT!
Sinners are at enmity with God, whose name is “holy and reverend” (Ps. 111:9). As omnipotence is the power of God’s attributes, holiness is their beauty. Holiness is self-affirming purity. God’s omnipotence declares Him mighty, and His holiness declares Him glorious. Just as the sun’s loss of light would cause it to lose its heat and quickening virtue, God’s loss of holiness would cause Him to lose His quickening power. Sinners want God to satisfy their lusts on earth; they would dethrone God and degrade His character. God, however, surrenders to no one.
Holiness is God’s chief attribute, and it can never be attained by any man. (Who can equal God?) God’s love is important, but that is not His fundamental attribute. Love requires a standard, and its standard is holiness. God’s love is regulated not by sentiment but by principle. Grace reigns not at the expense of righteousness but through righteousness (Rom. 5:21). God’s love never conflicts with His holiness.
The God Father planned salvation for the elect in eternity past; the God Son purchased the elect’s salvation two thousand years ago when He died on the cross. He was crucified. His name is Jesus Christ.
Sinners offend the Lord. They manifest irreverence for Him and reject His Son and His Word. They seek preeminence for themselves, instead of recognizing God’s preeminence. Therefore, they have no hope apart from God’s everlasting forgiveness through grace.
Everlastingly forgiven persons still need restorative forgiveness. Although sinners are forgiven through justification, saints are forgiven through sanctification. God’s character, which is light, reveals the sins of saints to themselves. But failure to confess these sins causes Christians to lose fellowship with the Lord. Children of light who walk in darkness cannot fellowship with God who is Light. On the other hand, instruction, blessing, and service follow confession; revived believers produce fruit. Although Christians are restored from backsliding after confession, God does chastise them for their sins (see Gal. 6:7).
Sin is a fact, whether it is dormant like a slumbering volcano or evidenced in the devastating lava of a man’s fiery passions. Sin is there, and the evil nature of an individual will at times manifest itself in the hot lava of thoughts and deeds.
Scripture, the highest court of appeal, declares the fact of sin. Sin is a grievous malady (Gen. 18:20), contaminating the whole man. Isaiah described man as rotten from the top of his head to the bottom of his feet (Is. 1:5, 6). Sin is an obscuring cloud that hides the face of God from man (Is. 59:2). It is a crouching beast (Gen. 4:7). It is a binding cord (Prov. 5:22), a rest destroyer. Sin is a written record, an accusing witness (Is. 59:12). Sin is a sum of addition—sin added to sin.
Sin is a state of delusion and deception. It is not merely a deed. There can be no act apart from principle, and sin is the source from which the act proceeds. There is no sin separated from a sinner, and there is no act apart from an actor. The fact that man sins verifies that he is a sinner. One who knows what he should do and does not do it reveals that he is a sinner (James 4:17). In that case, the act of sin is not involved; his disobedient heart proves he sinned. Although his sin is not manifested, it comes from the source or principle of his being.
Sin is a state of the heart (Jer.17:9).
Sin that cannot be known by men is not a sin of action. Many sins are
committed of which others are unaware—they are committed in the heart. Sin exists in the soul prior to one’s consciousness of it. A momentary act of sin cannot dwell or reign in the heart, but the principle of sin does.
Sin covers its deepest
while it masquerades as good.
The goal of every sin is to deceive, and sin’s penalty is death: “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Rom. 6:23).
God intervenes and everlastingly forgives those He elected to salvation: “But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us, even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved)” (Eph. 2:4, 5). The foundation for that forgiveness is the blood of Jesus Christ (Eph. 1:7).
The Lord Jesus
has the power
He spoke to the palsied man, saying, “thy sins be forgiven thee” (Mark 2:5). The scribes knew that God alone could forgive sin, but they did not recognize the deity of Jesus Christ. It is beautifully appropriate that the designation Son of man is used in this passage: “the Son of man hath power on earth to forgive sins…” (v. 10). The Savior has power to forgive sin not only as the Son of God but as the Son of man who came to be the Surety of the elect. The eternal Son of God assumed a human nature and was given the title “Son of man.” He was more than “a” son of man. He was “the” Son of man. “Him had God exalted…a Prince and a Saviour, for to give repentance to Israel,
and forgiveness of sins” (Acts 5:31). The Lord Jesus Christ paid the penalty
for sin. He fulfilled the law and satisfied justice and holiness.
The scribes accused the Lord Jesus of blasphemy (Mark 2:7) because they did not recognize that He was the eternal Son of God. But because Jesus Christ is the mediator between God and man. Mediator was and is God Himself! Jesus Christ is God, brothers! He was not blasphemous. Had He not been divine, their accusation would have been true. To help men make the staggering equation between the Man Jesus Christ and the Godhead, Christ performed a miracle to prove He was the God-Man.
Divine forgiveness is the eternal, immutable plan of God. It is not an act of excited sympathy. Man’s forgiveness, on the other hand, is generally excited by sympathy for the offender.
Divine forgiveness is irreversible, without limitation. Every sin a Christian shall commit is abundantly pardoned by the Lord. Contrasted to this, man’s forgiveness is limited; it is not an irreversible plan.
Divine forgiveness occurs within a believer—grace works a change in his heart. Man’s forgiveness, however, is outside an offender.
When God forgives, He forgets the forgiven man’s sin. Forgetfulness with man is a defect; however, with God it is an attribute. God never compares His forgiveness with human forgiveness. Scripture states instead that He puts the forgiven person’s sin behind His back, as far as the east is from the west, and casts the sin into the depths of the sea (Ps. 103:12; Is. 38:17; Micah 7:19).
Divine forgiveness so far excels human forgiveness that no human analogy can illustrate it.
Non-remembrance of sin implies forgiveness thereof:
sins and their iniquities will I remember no more”
God’s forgiveness is so complete that He describes it as not remembering the forgiven man’s sin, iniquities, and transgressions. With Him forgiveness is tantamount to forgetting a person’s sin. He does not store remembrance of it in His mind; He does not think over the sins of His people. Their iniquity is removed, and the righteous Judge has no judicial memory of it.
Man, however, exercises his memory to meditate on things laid up in his mind. He may almost have forgotten a certain thing, but then some incident occurs and recalls the event to his mind.
Divine forgiveness signifies that God will never seek any further atonement.
of these is,
more offering for sin”
God will never again punish what He has already punished. What He has forgotten cannot be remembered.
A private being may forgive private wrong irrespective of the settlement of judgment. However, God is the great public Governor of the universe. Sin against His government cannot be forgiven apart from sacrifice. Forgiveness does not indicate remission of punishment. Jesus Christ was punished in the place of those elected in Him. He became Surety for those the Father gave Him in the covenant of redemption.
Every recipient of grace knows that God’s forgiveness is that of reconciliation. Scriptures do not state that God forgives because He is loving and merciful. They testify that He is faithful and just, and He forgives on that basis.must be satisfied, God’s justice
and it is satisfied in the Person of the Lord Jesus Christ. God forgives in love because He pardons in justice.
the wrath of the Sovereign.
Sin must be punished, and God’swrath must be poured out. Jesus Christ was made an offering for sin; He stood in the place of sinners, bearing their just punishment.
Gracious forgiveness harmonizes with
the love of the Holy Father.
Since justice was satisfied in Christ’s sacrifice, love can be extended to God’s chosen ones, and mercy can operate to bring them to Christ.
forgiveness enables the believer to know, with full assurance of faith, that
his sins are forgiven. Abraham, David, and Hezekiah are three Old Testament
saints who knew their sins were everlastingly forgiven
(see Rom. 4; Ps. 32; Is. 38).
In the same way every repentant sinner can know that his sins have been forgiven.The grace of God reigns, and the riches of grace are displayed in divine
forgiveness. It is absolutely perfect. The following make it so:
(1) The repentant sinner is fully forgiven if
He believes and accepts that Jesus is Son of God. That He is God and died to
forgive all of and reconcile us with God Father.
(2) He is freely forgiven.
He is everlastingly forgiven.
The forgiveness extends to all for whom Christ died.
Forgiveness is by faith, without any conditions performed by the sinner.
It is absolutely irreversible. A sinner who knows he has been everlastingly
forgiven will avoid antinomianism.
Lord Jesus Christ is Advocate not for
sin but for “sinners saved by
Now let’s stop sinning and pray God
to forgive us!
TROUGH FAITH INTO Son of God- Jesus Christ
all you sins will be forgiven!
Son of God- Jesus Christ said that
He is the ONLY Way to God Father, the LIFE and the TRUTH!
Son of God-Jesus Christ- was
killed and resurrected
He loves you and through faith into Him
He is giving you everything.
His precious blood washed away your sins
if you believes in Him!
It is now your time to find a TRUE GOD
who LOVES you
and will SAVE you
into SON of God – Jesus Christ!
Let’s pray right now:
Lord Jesus, come into my life!
I know that I am a sinner.
And thank You for diying on the cross for my
and paying prize for it and risen again from
I am turning from my sin now.
And I am making choice to follow You as my
Savior and Lord.
Thank You for calling me and forgiving me,
and receiving me, and loving me.
In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.
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who believe in ONE TRUE God
should be together
to support each other!