is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered."—Psalm
Scriptures bring to our attention the thought that sins
may be forgiven in the sense that God will not continue
to treat us as sinners, the sins, however, remaining to
be dealt with—merely covered. They also show that
the time for actually blotting out sins is in the future,
not in the present life.
sacrifice of Jesus is fundamental to the Christian faith,
yet most Christians cannot reasonably explain why God required
the death of his only son before he could begin to forgive
a single person (Heb. 9:22). What does Jesus sacrifice accomplish
and how does it redeem us? Why did God require his sacrifice
in the first place? Will only Christian's benefit from Jesus'
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Divine Plan of the Ages
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title of this series of studies -- The Divine Plan of the
Ages, suggests a progression in the Divine arrangement,
foreknown to our God and orderly.