Jesus Washed Away All Sins From The Beginning To The End Of The World

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Jesus Washed Away All Sins From The Beginning To The End Of The World

Rom 3:25-26 state “whom God set forth as a propitiation by His blood, through faith, demonstrate His righteousness, because in His forbearance God had passed over the sins that were previously committed…..faith in Jesus.” Here, the words, “set forth” mean that God sent His Son Jesus to be a propitiation  for the remission of sins for the whole universe. Jesus took away all the sins of the world by His baptism. Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega. God delivered us by the faith that washed away all our sins from the beginning to the end of the world. All our sins are eliminated when we believe in the word that Jesus washed away all our sins by His baptism and blood.  We receive the remission of sins once and for all, but our flesh still continues to sin.  Sins that the flesh commit even now and in the future are sins that were previously committed from God’s point of view.

Why? God made the baptism of Jesus the cardinal starting point of our salvation. Therefore, the present sins of the flesh are sins that are past, in God’s perspective. The words that God has passed over the sins that were previously committed mean that Jesus had already paid the wages of sins of the world.

Therefore, God already blotted out all the sins committed from the beginning to the end of the world. So all sins are previously committed in God’s eyes. People in the world are committing sins that were already blotted out by the Son of God.  Jesus already washed away the sins that would be committed in 2014 about 2,000 years ago. Do you understand this?

God already blotted out the world’s sins, including your and my sins.  Do you see what this means? You may be confused when you preach the gospel to other people if you don’t understand. The words, “God had passed over the sins that were previously committed, “ mean that God overlooks all sins because He had already eliminated them 2,000 years ago. The sins of all human beings were already judged because Jesus was baptised in the Jordan River and was crucified.  God passes over all sins because Jesus was sent to the world and perfectly justified all human beings once and for all. Therefore, God does not charge the blame on the sins that are committed by all the people in the world which is already blotted out by Him. However, the unbelief in this Truth of salvation  that causes man to be sent to hell. 

Do you understand what the Apostle Paul means? It is very important to us who are saved. Those who are not born again will be lost if they ignore it. We must hear and have the right knowledge of the word. It will be very helpful to our faith when we are preaching the gospel to others.