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    JESUS MADE REMISSION OF SINS POSSIBLE

    JESUS MADE REMISSION OF SINS 
    POSSIBLE
    Be it known unto you therefore, brethren, 
    that through this man is proclaimed 
    unto you remission of sins: and by him 
    every one that believeth is justified from 
    all things, from which ye could not be 
    justified by the law of Moses 
    (Acts 13:38-39 ASV).
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    Before Jesus came, there were sacrifices and 
    offerings for the atonement of sins in the Old 
    Testament. The Jews always had to offer sacrifices year 
    after year for sins. These involved the killing of animals; 
    several bulls and goats, but the Bible says in Hebrews 
    10:4, “For it is not possible that the blood of bulls and 
    of goats should take away sins.” 
    The blood of bulls and goats couldn’t provide 
    remission, but when Jesus came, with one sacrifice, 
    He perfected forever all those who are called in Him. 
    He offered Himself once, not for the forgiveness of our 
    sins, but for the total blotting away or remission of sins. 
    (Hebrews 9:14). He made remission of sins possible. 
    Too many around the world aren’t aware that their 
    sins have been remitted. He didn’t do it for Christians; 
    He did it for the whole world (John 3:16). There’re 
    those today who ignorantly put themselves through 
    some harsh penance; they punish themselves for their 
    sins, thinking if they suffered enough, God would be 
    sympathetic towards them and overlook their sins. But 
    it doesn’t work that way. 
    The Bible says, “For by grace are ye saved through 
    faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: 
    Not of works, lest any man should boast” (Ephesians 
    2:8-9). It’s not by your efforts. So, it doesn’t matter how 
    many times you buffet yourself for your sins; it makes 
    no difference how long and hard you suffer and go 
    through self-inflicted penance; your sins can’t, and won’t 
    be remitted that way. What was required was sinless 
    blood, the blood of Jesus Christ. He alone was qualified 
    to offer Himself for the remission of our sins. 
    Acts 10:43 says, “To him give all the prophets 
    witness, that through his name whosoever believeth 
    in him shall receive remission of sins.”  If you’re born 
    again, happy are you, because you have remission 
    of sins; total obliteration and removal of sins—past, 
    present, and future. His blood is that powerful; it speaks 
    better things (Hebrews 12:24); it speaks of eternal 
    redemption and eternal inheritance (Hebrews 9:11-14). 
    Hallelujah! 
    CONFESSION
    Dear Father, I thank you for the gift of your Son, Jesus, 
    whom you sent for the remission of the sins of the 
    world. I walk in the finished works of Christ, and the 
    glory that His death, burial, and resurrection wrought 
    for me. I’m forever righteous, holy, blameless and 
    unreproveable in your sight. What a blessing!  
    FURTHER S TUDY:
    Hebrews 10:4-7; Hebrews 9:13-15

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