WHEN YOUR SINS COME BACK
There are two words I want you to circle in this verse of Scripture--
covereth and confesseth. He that covereth his sin shall not
prosper. But whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have
When the Lord Jesus came, the angel said to Joseph about Jesus
and thou shall call his name Jesus, for he shall save his people
from their sins. Jesus is the Savior which means Jesus came into
the world for the purpose of forgiving our sins and saving us from
our sins. You could be perfectly correct biblically to say, "I have
been saved, I am being saved, and I am going to be saved."
When Jesus came to die on the cross to save us from our sins, He
dealt with our sins in all the dimensions of our lives. He deals with
the past problem of sin, the present problem of sin, and also the
future problem of sin.
In the past Jesus dealt with the penalty of sin. When He died on
the cross He paid the price for our sins. Jesus paid a price we
could not pay. I like it when the choir sings that great hymn which
says, "Oh, the bliss of this glorious thought. My sin, not in part but
the whole, is nailed to the cross and I bear it no more. Praise the
Lord, Praise the Lord, oh, my soul."
So we have been saved from our sin, that is in the past, the penalty
of our sin. Then the Bible tells us we can also say, "I shall be
saved." One of these days we are going to be saved from the very
presence of sin. I love the number the choir did tonight about the
"no mores" in the Bible. No more death. No more sorrow. No
more tears. The good news also is that in the future there will be
no more sin.
We have a hymn in our hymnbook which talks about being saved to
sin no more. One of these days we are going to a wonderful place
called heaven and there will be no more sin.
So, we have been saved from the penalty of sin. We shall be
saved from the very prese ...
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