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You Can Sin All You Want?

Listen to these insightful, liberating words from your Spiritual Bridegroom today:

“My pure, righteous, and holy bride, if you make your ongoing forgiveness contingent on your memory and asking for it, your focus will be shifted away from what I have already accomplished for you to what you must do to remain in “good standing” with Me.”

“The best news ever is that My shed blood and your belief into Me are all that is necessary for you to enjoy your once-for-all forgiveness.”

“Christians who think lifetime forgiveness of sins is just too good to be true will often use one verse from the first letter that My apostle John wrote.”

“They use this verse outside of its context to try and prove that believers have to keep asking Me for forgiveness in order to stay clean: ‘If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness’ (1 John 1:9).”

“A conundrum, however, is presented just thirteen verses later: ‘I am writing to you, little children, because your sins have been forgiven you for His name’s sake’ (1 John 2:12).”

“These two verses cannot possibly be true at the same time—unless they are addressed to two different audiences.”

“In the first verse, John was appealing to the Gnostics to believe in Jesus Christ and be saved.”

“These were those who had infiltrated the early church and believed that they had no sin.”

“In contrast, the second verse is unmistakably addressing believers—My little children whose sins have already been forgiven.”

“Those who teach that believers have been forgiven for the sins of their lifetime often get accused of giving Christians a green light to sin.”

“This is almost laughable to Me—as if sinning is what those who are joined to Me really want to do.”

“Inherent in the believer’s new ‘heart-ware’ are desires that perfectly match Mine.”

“When you fully understand that you have been made clean forever, regardless of what you do or don’t do, you will celebrate the liberating realization that you really don’t want to sin.”

“Your new heart’s desire is to express My cherishing love and exuberant life at all times.”

Dear reader, what difference would it make in your life if you understood the vital truth that the new-and-only you does not want to sin?

Scripture references: 1 John 1:9; 2:12; Jer. 31:31–34; Ezek. 11:19; 36:25–27; Gal. 5:17, 24; Heb. 8:10–12; 10:16; Gal. 5:16, 22-23

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