In Touch Daily Devotions 20 July 2022 || The Forgiveness of Our Sins

In Touch Daily Devotions 20 July 2022
In Touch Daily Devotions 20 July 2022 By Charles Stanley, Wednesday Message

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TOPIC: The Forgiveness of Our Sins

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE: Psalm 103:1-22

In Touch Daily Devotions 20 July 2022 MESSAGE

Many people today are weighed down by the guilt they carry. This is understandable for those who’ve rejected Christ, but Christians have been relieved of their guilt through faith in the Savior. In other words, there’s no point in a believer continuing to live under that heavy burden. Forgiveness of sins is based on the riches of God’s grace and the sufficiency of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross.

When Jesus said, “It is finished,” He was proclaiming that redemption for sins was accomplished (John 19:30). He paid the full price with His death, and now all who believe in Him are forgiven. The scope of Christ’s atoning sacrifice reaches back to the past, into the present, and beyond to the future. That means we never have to fear that something we did in the past or might do in the future is beyond the reach of God’s forgiveness. The Lord never takes back His pardon.

Because of our faith in Christ’s completed work on the cross, we can be assured that we have received and will continue to receive His divine mercy. But that doesn’t give us license to sin (Romans 6:1-2). Rather, it should produce gratitude along with deeper love for God and a passion for holiness.

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Song of Solomon 1-4

THOUGHT FOR TODAY: We do not have to fear God’s judgment, because Jesus paid for all our sins: past, present, and future.

In Touch Daily Devotions 20 July 2022 By Dr. Charles Stanley. He is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church Atlanta and founder of In Touch Ministries, both located in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Stanley’s heart’s desire is to get the gospel to “as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, as clearly as possible, as irresistibly as possible, through the power of the Holy Spirit to the glory of God.