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The forgiveness of all sin

The Forgiveness of all sin

hyper-graceDoes believing that God forgives future sins take the grace of God too far? Surely this is super risky on the part of God? I mean what’s to stop the believer carrying on with sinning in the knowledge that he or she is already forgiven? Look at the alternative though: If past sins are only covered, then you are forgiven up to the point of your confession or repentance only. Meaning of course, that every time you sin – you are no longer forgiven by God!

Under the OT

sacrificesUnder the Old Covenant this was indeed the case. Basically every year at the day of atonement the previous sins were covered by the blood of an animal. Atonement (which means to make amends) was made with an animal sacrifice by a priest and you were forgiven (to send away or let go.)

Leviticus 4:35 “and the priest shall make an atonement for his sin that he hath committed, and it shall be forgiven him.”

Three things needed:

Three things were necessary for forgiveness of the sinner: a priest, a sacrifice and a death (the shedding of blood). Jesus was all three:

Hebrews 9:22 “And almost all things are by the law purged with blood; and without shedding of blood is no remission (forgiveness)”

Hebrews 9:14 “How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?”

Therefore, it is very clear that the atonement of sin and forgiveness are linked together strongly. You can’t have one without the other. God doesn’t just paper over the cracks and pretend. If he is to let go (forgive) then it has to be on the basis of an atoning sacrifice.

Jesus died for the sins of people not even born yet!

are all sins forgivenWhat Jesus did at the cross then, through the once only and never to be repeated sacrifice, was that he atoned and bore the sin of believers who sinning was yet future.

Hebrews 9:28 “So Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto salvation.”

Therefore all my sins were future at that moment when on the cross he cried: “it is finished.”

All my sins were future when he cried out: “Father forgive them for they know what they do.”

1 Peter 2:24 “Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.”

So, if you believe in Jesus Christ you believe the fact that 2000 years ago before you were even born Jesus took all your sins (all of them from birth to death) in his own body on the cross. Hallelujah!

Forgiveness is a done deal!

If that is the case why is so hard to believe that you are forgiven all your sins past, present and future – as the price is paid?

Indeed, forgiveness is nearly always presented in the New Testament as a single event completed in the past at the cross:

Ephesians 4:32 “And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.”

Note: If God was still forgiving sins then this passage should say even as God for Christ’s sake forgives you.

Here are a few more instances in the New Testament of how forgiveness is a one off event in the past:

Colossians 2:13 “And you, being dead in your sins and the uncircumcision of your flesh, hath he quickened together with him, having forgiven you all trespasses;”

Romans 4:7 “Saying, Blessed are they whose iniquities are forgiven, and whose sins are covered.”

By the way, Paul only mentions forgiveness once in the whole of Romans where he quotes Psalm 32 as above.

1 John 2:12 “I write unto you, little children, because your sins are forgiven you for his name’s sake.”

Therefore my friend you can rejoice in the fact that your sins are forgiven!

What happens when I sin?

What happens when you do sin though? Are you still forgiven or have you notched up a debit in your account? For example, say this morning you were doing 95mph down the motorway – in a rush to get to work on time. Did heaven go into lock down and the angels on standby because of the wrath of God directed towards you. Do you need God to forgive you?

Well firstly, Jesus is not going to come back and die on the cross so that you can be forgiven. He’s died once for sin; the atonement is complete. Jesus is no longer on the cross!

1 Peter 3:18 “For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit:”

Secondly, God isn’t reckoning or counting sins any more:

Romans 4:17 “blessed is the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin”

However, what you are doing (driving at 95mph) is dangerous and foolish and has potentially serious consequences: when you sin you are making it much easier for the devil to defeat you and your maybe endangering others lives also. What you need right now is an intercessor or advocate else you may get to heaven quicker than you anticipated!

The good news is that Bible tells us what happens when you sin and its not 1 John 1:9. Its 2 John 1:

“My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not. And if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous:”

Therefore God is not passive when you sin – Jesus is acting on your behalf. However, your coach and other advocate the Holy Spirit is going to be whispering or maybe even shouting: “slow down!”

Consequently, If you hear that voice then respond and admit or confess that what your doing is wrong – and of course slow down! That’s all you need to do – you are forgiven already. It’s that simple.

What about 1 John 1:9?

What about 1 John 1:9 which seems to imply that we only receive forgiveness when we confess?

1 John 1:9 “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness”.

The problem is that this verse has been quoted so many times out of context  that we read into it what it isn’t saying. It doesn’t say this:

if we sin and confess our sins – then he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us form all unrighteousness”. 

If we read it in the flow of 1 John 1:8 you will see that the if statement is not making forgiveness conditional but is contrasting between those in verse 8 who claim to be sinless (probably gnostics) and those in verse 9 who freely admit or confess their faults (believers).

1 John 1:8 “If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins… 

Indeed, what is interesting is that the tense of the verbs to forgive and cleanse are not continuous as is confess but are in the greek aorist tense (a single event again referring back to the cross).

Summarising

Summing up then and making sure you understand the benefits of this comprehensive New Covenant agreement:

The payment for all your sins was made before you were born (1 Peter 2:24 ) around AD 30 by the Son of God Jesus Christ.

You are forgiven of all your sins of you have committed and will ever commit because forgiveness and atonement are linked together. You can’t have forgiveness without blood being shed and that has and will only happen once (Hebrews 9:22).

Note: The danger of believing that past sins are covered only by the cross: is that every time you now sin you can never be forgiven because Jesus isn’t going to die again for you.

How is all this received?  Only by faith in Jesus Christ.

Acts 13:39 “Be it known unto you therefore, men and brethren, that through this man is preached unto you the forgiveness of sins: And by him all that believe are justified from all things, from which ye could not be justified by the law of Moses.”

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Brand new book now available!

Gods Grace Works BookMy brand new book ‘God’s Grace Works Every Day’ is now available on Kindle. This is my third book and much thanks to Fran Noble and Sally Davis for proofreading!

Below is the an excerpt from the first chapter, which explains why I believe this book could transform your life in only 21 days!

Please purchase a copy on Amazon and spread the Gospel of Grace to your friends and family

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Chapter 1

Does Grace  work in practice?

Does grace really work? As an engineer by background and presently a Driving Trainer and business owner, I’m not really someone who is interested in knowledge for its own sake. I want to know how to apply that knowledge. Does what I know really work in practice? Does the message of grace – or the Gospel – really work in real life? Does it work in the lives of ordinary people?

Having believed this Good News of the grace of God for over 40 years, I really believe it does. In fact, over the last ten years – through the ministry of pioneers like Andrew Wommack and Joseph Prince – my life has been transformed at a faster rate by the doctrine of grace than by anything else. Of course, it’s also got me into a lot of trouble with legalistic church people!

Therefore, I hope in this book that you can take what I have learnt over many years and put the grace of God to work powerfully in your life. That’s my desire for this book and for you.

21 Day Detox

They say that it takes 21 days to break a habit. Some of us are so addicted to law and works that we’ve missed the simple gospel of grace. So, these 21 chapters are designed to detox you and not only give you the information you need, but enable you discover for yourself how to walk in this grace. I’ve provided questions at the end of each chapter to further challenge and help you each day.

2 Peter 3:18 But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever. Amen.

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What’s all the fuss about hyper-grace?

hyper-graceI find it puzzling, that those who believe in the forgiveness of sins past, present and future (Billy Graham falls into this camp), are disparagingly labelled as being HYPER-GRACE (this is Dr Michael Brown’s definition in his book of the same title). I mean, is this to somehow differentiate between just bog-standard GRACE and HYPER-GRACE? Is hyper-grace just a little to extreme and excessive – even for God?

The big problem in the minds of the anti-hyper-grace camp, seems to be that if future sins are already forgiven then surely there is nothing to stop the forgiven taking advantage of God and sinning with impunity – so encouraging licentiousness? Isn’t this the point though? If it can’t be abused then it’s not really grace at all – it’s mercy!

And anyway, what’s the real difference? Surely, even if every sin you commit today has to be individually confessed and repented of in order to be forgiven, then you can still go out and sin, repent, confess and get God’s forgiveness anyway – because you know the outcome; you know God’s heart to forgive!

In our own experience, we know that God never turns around and says: “I’m not forgiving today, what you did is to bad, and you’ve done it to many times.” No, we know we have forgiveness because he HAS forgiven us in Christ at the cross.

hyper-graceIndeed, the fact that you might have to confess every sin doesn’t stop you sinning. It’s a fact, confessing the same sin over and over again, feeling condemned and guilty, and making promises to turn over a new leaf don’t work. Why? Because, you are focusing on the sin and applying law and your own fleshly strength to control a bad sinful habit. You are rubbing salt into a wound.

Grace is so wonderful, because like medicine it stops the infection, it breaks into the sin/confess/sin cycle: (The sin/confess cycle is exactly what Roman Catholics practice in the confession booth and Protestants do privately or at communion.) However, none of this religious performance results in deliverance or holiness, just frustration, sometimes desperation and many just give up, give in and continue to sin – they become licentious.

I believe, that because, future sins are forgiven, and there is no judgement for those in Christ Jesus (even when you sin), then the result is that the believer’s eye is off themselves and their own self-effort and onto Jesus who is the deliverer.

For example: when a non-swimmer falls into a lake and someone attempts to rescue him or her, often the drowning person grabs hold of the rescuer in panic and nearly drowns both of them. A wise life-saver will knock the drowning person unconscious so that they can safely drag the inert person to the shore!

This is what God has done for us in Christ. He’s knocked SIN (noun) on the head. We’re unconscious; we died with Christ. As the word says, God is not counting your sins any longer. No longer does he see you or relate to you in the flesh. He sees you in Christ; in the spirit. Consequently, we died to the law and sin and where there is no law there is no longer any offence!

Therefore, the work of the cross is so much more than just getting our sins forgiven, it is the execution and termination of the problem: SIN (noun) in the flesh. It’s only when you realise this wonderful truth of grace and the complete forgiveness of sins, that you stop looking at your spiritual score card and start living in the spirit as God intended!

Does this mean that you can still go out and sin without fear of judgement because you are in Christ? Yes you can, but that does’t mean that there aren’t any consequences at all to continuing to sin. For Example: if I foolishly decide not to pay my taxes I may soon find myself in jail!  If I sleep around as a married man I may find myself in the divorce court! Of course even in our stupidity, God’s grace abounds and grace will teach you, even in a jail cell, that continuing to sin is a dumb idea!

Lastly, the disparaging use of the term hyper-grace is a bit ridiculous really. It’s like saying that it’s wrong to call God’s love hyper, amazing, super, or abounding (terms that the Bible uses in fact in relation to grace).

hyper-graceSubsequently, what are the limit’s to God’s grace? Is it limited to only those who repent as (John Burton) would say. In other words, you only qualify once you repent and if you stop repenting you forfeit God’s grace. This is a horrible idea and it isn’t even grace let alone hyper-grace.

As the Bible says, God’s grace is upon all and towards all. The only restriction is that it has to be accepted; it has to be received by faith. The only way you can miss the grace of God is if you reject it,  ignore it or maybe even replace it with hyper-holiness teaching! 

P.S You will probably notice ,if you read the material from those who are attacking so-called hyper-grace, that they don’t believe in the eternal security of the believer either. Evidently, they need this big stick to keep their followers in line and they call this grace?

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Does grace work?

Grace workDoes grace really work? In this article, I want to address the issue and perception of some, that those of us who preach grace teach and encourage spiritual laziness, because we talk about effortless change and rest. In other words, we are portrayed as believing that there is nothing for the believer to do – it’s all up to God because we are under grace. It follows then, we are encouraging people to behave like spiritual bums who slob it out in the heavenly departure lounge until Jesus returns! I believe that if grace is truly been preached nothing could be further from the truth.

My experience

Actually, I know from my experiences this year, that a revelation of God’s abounding, super, amazing, hyper-grace will result in you working far harder and producing more fruit in a shorter time than you ever thought possible. I mean, allow me a little foolish boasting on my part – this year I managed to write two Kindle books (I don’t know if they are any good,  you’ll have to read them and tell me what you think) but if you had told me that I would accomplish that a couple of months ago – I would have not believed you! I’ve noticed also that instead of reading a portion of scripture a day I’m reading chapters. Is this because I’m disciplining myself? No its happening quite naturally because I’m hungry for the word – ok boasting over!

The fruit of grace

No, grace empowers; it transforms; it produces vision and action; it results in fruit for God; it produces holiness – GRACE WORKS.

1 Cor 15:10 “But by the grace of God I am what I am: and his grace which was bestowed upon me was not in vain; but I laboured more abundantly than they all: yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me.”

In fact, if it doesn’t produce the above then was it really grace? No, I don’t believe so. Grace in the believers life will always have an effect. It is the antidote to sinful behaviour and addictions. It will teach you to deny ungodly lusts.

Titus 2:12 “For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men, Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world;”

Grace empowers

Therefore, what sinners (including sinning believers) need more than anything, is more grace not more law because that is the only thing that will empower them to change. Like the woman caught in adultery in John 8,  Jesus first took away the power of sin (the law) by removing any condemnation by saying: “neither do I condemn you”.

Then he follows with a command not to sin because grace has empowered her. Jesus therefore came to free us from the power of sin so that we would be his special people zealous for good works.

Titus 2:15 “Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.”

Evidence of faith?

It follows then, that works follow grace; there should be evidence that someone is saved! True grace will transform and reform you from the inside out and if over time there isn’t evidence of any transformation, you should wonder whether you have received God’s grace in vain.

2 Cor 6:1 “We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain.”

Ask yourself, is there enough evidence to convict you as christian? Are you truly holy or different from the man in the street or do you watch pornography and cheat on your taxes like everyone else? Even worse, does the fruit of your life actually contradict the message you preach?

Titus 1:16  “They profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and unto every good work reprobate.”

Faith works

James tackles this very issue of genuine faith in his Epistle, when he makes the assertion that faith or believing on its own is not enough to save. That seems a heretical statement to evangelicals but what he’s saying is that saving faith is more than an acknowledgement of the facts and a reciting of the creeds. As he points out later, even the devils believe – and they are not saved!

James 2:17 “Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.”

Faith therefore has to come alive and produce fruit or works to be seen as genuine faith, gold tested in the fire – FAITH WORKS!

1 Peter 5:17 “That the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ:”

For example, how do we know Abraham had faith, can we see right into his heart? No, his works recorded for us in scripture are the evidence of his genuine faith! He was tried and found faithful. This is the kind of faith that the Apostle Paul believed he had found in his protege Timothy:

2 Timothy 1:5  “When I call to remembrance the unfeigned faith that is in thee, which dwelt first in thy grandmother Lois, and thy mother Eunice; and I am persuaded that in thee also.”

Faith and grace therefore go together like salt and pepper. Grace is towards all but it is not received by all. Faith is the supernatural ability given by God to receive from the unseen realm all that God has provided through his grace.

False faith

Hence, not all what looks like faith is faith. In the Bible there are example of those who look like the genuine article but in fact are not. One such case is  of Simon the sorcerer:

Acts 8:13 “Then Simon himself believed also: and when he was baptized, he continued with Philip, and wondered, beholding the miracles and signs which were done.”

Was Simon a genuine believer? On the surface yes, but as it turns out heart was not right before God and the is no record of genuine repentance. In fact, historical records shows us that he became an enemy of christianity and the source of gnosticism. So, what did Simon believe? I think he believed the evidence of the miracles but he didn’t experience new birth himself.

Maybe that is what in the writer of Hebrews 6 had in mind – in that interesting passage which some claim proves a believer can lose their salvation. In fact, it is nothing of the sort, the writer is concerned for his Jewish readers that they may turn out just like Simon the Sorcerer. The test is the fruit.

Hebrews 6:8 “For the earth which drinketh in the rain that cometh oft upon it, and bringeth forth herbs meet for them by whom it is dressed, receiveth blessing from God: But that which beareth thorns and briers is rejected, and is nigh unto cursing; whose end is to be burned. But, beloved, we are persuaded better things of you, and things that accompany salvation, though we thus speak.”

Therefore, just because a person says they are a christian doesn’t mean they are! In fact, Paul prophesied that there would be attacks against the church from within and without.

Acts 20:30 For I know this, that after my departing shall grievous wolves enter in among you, not sparing the flock. Also of your own selves shall men arise, speaking perverse things, to draw away disciples after them.

Even today, there are still those who want to dilute the message of grace by mixing it with a little bit of law. Unfortunately, that nullifies grace working and that is exactly what the enemy doesn’t want – GRACE WORKING!

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Further reading:

United as one (song)

What is the kingdom of God?

What is holiness

Work out your own salvation (prophecy)

Training for reigning

 

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Losing your salvation (an awful thought)

lost and foundThe thought of losing your salvation is an awful and scary thought – and I believe a doctrine of demons designed in hell to rob believers of the joy of their salvation. This is what the scriptures say:

Hebrews 7:25 “Hence, He is able to save forever (completely or permanently) those who draw near to God through him, since he always lives to make intercession for them”

Who initiated your new birth?

You became a child of God through new birth. That was a miracle not initiated by you just as in the natural. You didn’t choose God; he chose you! You didn’t find God; He found you. You didn’t deserve God’s mercy and grace; even the faith you have He gave you as a gift and that faith is simply the ability to believe and receive unseen spiritual things.

Ephesians 2:8 “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:”

How and why did that miracle happen? If it did, all you know is that it did! You don’t know how it happened. Your repentance didn’t make you a suitable candidate of grace as some preach. No your sinner-ship, your godlessness made you the object of God’s abundant grace and mercy. While you were a sinner and an enemy christ died.

How can you be separated from God’s love?

How then can you be separated from that love? One minute his child, his beloved son and the next minute back on your way to hell? If God hates divorce, the scriptures say so, then why do you a think a covenant keeping God is going to renounce those he bought with his own blood?

I mean, do we really think that God, who is apparently powerful enough to save rebellious and wicked sinners such as you or I, but yet not strong enough to keep us saved after we are transformed into sons and saints?

God finishes what he starts

Are we not confident that God keeps his word and has the ability to finish what he started?

Philipians 1:6 “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ:”

No, He is never going to leave you or forsake you. Even if you deny him he is not going to deny you. Nothing can separate you from the love of God. When God makes a promise he keeps it. That is why the gifts and calling of God are irrevocable.

Romans 11:29 “For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance.”

The fact is, God didn’t put your own salvation into your hands. You may have signed the legal paperwork but the fulfilment of the contract is all His responsibility not yours. To put it plainly, you are not your own saviour – Jesus is and I believe he’s lost none of his sheep yet! In other words getting to heaven does not depend on your endurance, your faith, holiness, amount of confession, repentance or any other criteria other than faith – it depends on Jesus and his endurance!

What God starts he finishes. His glory is at stake; the angels are watching!

Salvation is not like your car keys!

It follows therefore, that if God didn’t put the inheritance of your salvation in your hands in the first place, how can you somehow lose it? Salvation is not like your car keys, it can’t be misplaced or lost that easily!

1 Peter 1:4 “To an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for you”

Finally, often the charge is made that this doctrine of grace makes for lazy believers? In fact, I don’t believe it does. Indeed, I am convinced that a thorough grasp of God’s grace and eternal security frees believers from an evil works minded mentality and enables them to enter God’s rest: actually trusting completely God’s ability to save rather than relying on their own strength and endurance.

1 Corinthians 15:10 “But by the grace of God I am what I am: and his grace which was bestowed upon me was not in vain; but I laboured more abundantly than they all: yet not I, but the grace of God which was with me.”

Further reading:

Work out your own salvation (prophecy)

2 Corinthians 7:1 (Holiness)

Eternal salvation

Sinning wilfully

Dangers of the holiness movement 

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Above the law!

above the lawAs New Covenant believers we are not under the Law of Moses, in fact we are over it. We are above it; we are now citizens of a different country. For example: the Law of the United States doesn’t apply in this country (for example different speed limits and currency). Indeed, even if you cross the border into Scotland from England the drink driving limits are stricter and even a glass of wine may put you over the limit!

In the UK the Queen of England technically is above the Law. In fact, she makes the law! As a believer you are seated with Christ in heavenly places. You reign with him; you are dead to the law; you are also above it!

When we are under something then that is what rules us. When we are over it then we are in another realm. Astronauts for example when walking on planet earth are under the law of gravity. However, when they are in orbit in space then they are above the law of gravity. The rule of gravity still applies – it hasn’t stopped working on earth – but the astronauts are dead to it. Likewise, as believers those who walk by the spirit are not under law any longer when they are led by the spirit.   Galatians 5:18 But if ye be led of the Spirit, ye are not under the law.

Further reading:

God is not counting sins!

Holiness

Legalism

Awake to righteousness

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My first Kindle book!

After much sweat and tears my first Kindle book Christ in You is now available for download on Amazon everywhere!

For the UK it can be found here…

For the US …

Elsewhere …. just find the relevant amazon site to your country.

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I am so grateful for the help of Sally Davis MBE who did an amazing job of proofreading. Below is her forward:

Forward

God the Father is drawing people to Himself every day awakening in them a hunger to be restored to right relationship with Him. You, dear Reader, are clearly one of those dear people as you hold this book in your hand. You are looking for deeper revelation of God and you’ve come to the right place.

Guided by the Holy Spirit in compiling this excellent short book, Paul Noble unpacks scripture with clarity and ease that will lift the veil of mystery surrounding what it really means to have Christ on the inside of you. Prepare to be challenged and enlightened! He ably illustrates the impact new life in Christ has on our spirit, our mind, will and emotions and points to the freedom believers should and can experience in their everyday lives. This book will comfort, clarify and edify and will be a treasure to share with your fellow believers and loved ones.

In my work as a missionary based in Italy, I need clear, impactful materials for new believers and others seeking the freedom the true gospel offers. Soon ‘Christ in you’ will be available in Italian, too, and no doubt other languages will follow.

I congratulate Paul, the Lord’s ‘good and faithful servant’, on ‘Christ in you’ and pray more inspiration for additional titles to equip the Body of Christ.

To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory:  (Colossians 1:27 (KJV))

Sally Davis MBE

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