Jesus Has Cleansed Our Sins

Friday, May 5th, 2023

Your sins are all covered, because the eternal sacrifice of Jesus' blood covers them.
Janet Keller Richards


Hi. Today I would like to share with you about the fact that we need to know that our sins have been forgiven for all time. If we grew up in a religious culture or a religious church, it will tend to condemn us. And the other accuser is the enemy, of course. And he tries to tell us that we are not forgiven. He tries to convince us that we need to focus on our sin. So he’s actually called the accuser of the brothers and sisters. And the word ‘devil’ actually means slanderer or false accuser. So it’s really important for us to know that we are for all time forgiven.

There are six times in Hebrews where the writer says that phrase, “for all time” in relationship to Jesus’ blood cleansing us. I’m just going to read one of them, and that’s from Hebrews 10:10, and it says, “For God’s will was for us to be made holy by the sacrifice of the body of Jesus Christ once for all time.”  So how does that work that all of our sins past, present, future are forgiven and cleansed? We’re going to have a little mini theology lesson here, we’ll call it “light theology 101.”  So when Jesus was put into Mary’s womb by God, He was the Son of God, but also the Son of Man. He was a perfect man like Adam and Eve before they sinned and before the Fall.  Adam and Eve, had they not eaten the fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, would have lived as humans on the earth forever. They were eternal humans. It was the sin that caused the decay and death to set in. Jesus, in Romans, is called the Second Adam. And He, as a perfect sinless man, would have had He not chosen to go to the cross, He would’ve lived forever. So He had an eternal spirit, an eternal body, eternal blood. But He chose to, in a sense, exchange His eternal sacrifice for us. So what happened is He went to the cross, took our place, died, resurrected, and Hebrews says He went in the resurrection, He went back to heaven and He took His eternal blood with His eternal spirit.

And there’s a scripture in Hebrews that I want to read. Hebrews 9:14. “By the power of the eternal Spirit, Christ offered Himself to God as a perfect sacrifice for our sins.”  That can be human spirit or Holy Spirit. I believe it’s a double application actually. The translators translate it as either one, but I believe it was both. Jesus was the Son of God, filled with the eternal Spirit of God, but He was also a perfect human with a perfect human spirit. So He, as a perfect human, living eternally, goes into heaven. And it says in Hebrews that He poured out His blood on the altar in heaven, and it was meant as a once for all time sacrifice, because the eternal realm covers all of space and time for the earth. We live in a space and time continuum, but eternity is outside of space and time and is infinite, backwards and forward. So you and your timeline from conception to the last day of the book of your life on earth, your sins are all covered, because the eternal sacrifice of Jesus’ blood covers them.

So the next time that the enemy comes to you and begins to accuse you for sins that you have done, or for messing up, you can say to that enemy, “All my sins are forgiven and washed away, because they are cleansed by the blood of Jesus in the eternal realm. And He has made me a new creature, an eternal creature, and He has become my sacrifice.”

And the last verse I want to share with you is 2 Corinthians 5:21. “God made Him who knew no sin to become sin so that we could become the righteousness of God.”  That is your eternal place as a daughter and son of God.

So Jesus, I thank you for this one who is hearing this. And if there has been condemnation and accusation, I just declare the blood of Jesus covers this one.  And I declare to that spirit of condemnation and that spirit of accusation, you are a liar and your father is a liar.  And I break your assignment over this precious daughter and son of God. And I say, go in Jesus’ name now where Jesus sends you. Beloved, you are forgiven.