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Where to Go in the New Testament When

Where to Go in the New Testament When...

by Dr. David Jeremiah
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The art of being present

Today's Devotion: July 30

Forgivable Sins

By faith the harlot Rahab did not perish with those who did not believe, when she had received the spies with peace.

Hebrews 11:31



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1 John 1:8-9



Sometimes Christians wonder if they have committed a sin that God cannot forgive. Or they wonder if they have committed the unforgivable sin (Matthew 12:31-32). As for the latter possibility, Jesus was speaking to Pharisees who willfully rejected Christ’s divine credentials as the Son of God. No Christian is in danger of committing that sin.

As for committing a terrible sin that God cannot forgive, the Bible is clear: All have sinned (Romans 3:23), and all may receive eternal life (John 3:16). Because we live in societies that are required to exact punishment for crimes, it is difficult to comprehend the idea that “if we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9). But He is! A pagan prostitute named Rahab found that out personally. She threw herself on the mercy of the Israelites’ God when His people entered Canaan. And she was forgiven her past and rewarded for her faithfulness (Joshua 2).

God withholds forgiveness from no one who needs and seeks it. If that applies to you today, confess your sins and be forgiven.

He may look on death with joy, who can look on forgiveness with faith.

Thomas Watson


Isaiah 53-56


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