“A person can request forgiveness only so many times,” contends our common sense.  If the devil can convince us that God’s grace has limited funds, we’ll draw the logical conclusion.  The account is empty; we have no access to God.

“Take courage, son; your sins are forgiven.” Jesus spoke these words to a paraplegic in Matthew 9:2. Jesus was thinking about our deepest problem–  sin.  He was considering our deepest fear–  the fear of failing God.  God keeps no list of our wrongs.  His love casts out fear because he casts out sin!  I John 3:20 says, “If our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, and knows all things.”

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