“And their sins and their iniquities will I remember no more.”*
A quote from Hebrews with direct correlation to Jeremiah 31. Paul mentions this verse twice within two chapters.
Let that sink in for a moment.
In the Greek it’s a double negative, in the sense that it’s strengthening the force of denial.
Not at all. By any means. Ever. From this moment on.
He cannot even bring it to mind. It’s gone forever…
And yes, there’s a myriad of other details in this chapter that justifiably could be mentioned, but I think these three words say it all. Because when God forgives and makes you clean, the truth of absolute pardon can change your life forever.
He remembers no more. Your sinful past is obliterated.
And He means it.