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Saturday, September 25, 2010

“I will remember your sin no more.

No matter what your problem is or how badly you feel about yourself as a result of it, God loves you. In Jesus Christ He has given you a new life. He will provide new friends to love, accept, appreciate, and uphold you. You are okay, and you are going to make it because of the One Who lives inside you and cares for you.

Regardless of what you may have done, you need a deeper revelation of what God means when He says in Jeremiah 31:34, “I will remember your sins no more,” Once you have confessed your sins and asked for God’s forgiveness, if you continue to bring them up to Him every time you go to Him in prayer, you are reminding Him of something He has promised to forget-something He has removed from you as far as the east is from the west (see Psalm 103:12). You need to realize that once you have confessed your sins to God and asked Him to forgive you of them, He has not only forgiven them, but He has actually forgotten them.

You may have to look at yourself in the mirror and confess your deepest failure. You may need to say to God something like, “I had an abortion.” Or, “I committed adultery. I did that, Lord, and it is a marvel to me to realize that I can stand here and look myself in the eye. But I can do so because I know that even though I did something so wrong, You have put my sins as far away from me as the east is from the west, and You remember them no more!”

Whatever your sin or failure, you need to confess it to God and then let it go. Stop punishing yourself for something that is in the past. Refuse to remember something God has chosen to forget.

Pg. 1199
The Everyday Life Bible
The Power of God’s Word for Everyday Living
Amplified Version (Featuring Notes And Commentary By: Joyce Meyer)

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