DIG for Tuesday the 24th of January…..all forgiven, all gone, just like having my history rewritten…..Ephesians 1 v 7

I have to be honest and admit that I don’t listen to a lot of Christian artists as I find most Christian music theologically unsound!

However when I find something with good words I can listen to it over and over again.

This happened with a song this afternoon; I’d not listened to it for a while but loved the lyrics so much I played it a few times.

This is the section that caught my attention –

“My past embraced, my sins forgiven, I’m blameless in your sight, my history rewritten”.

Now that is good doctrine!

This is talking about what God thinks about us, and what He thinks about our sins.

Jesus has dealt with all our sin on the cross, so our sin is not an issue for God anymore.

Indeed, He remembers our sins and iniquities no more (Hebrews 10 v 17).

In the eyes of God I am innocent of all charges, with no sin in view; it is as if my past had been rewritten in the mind of God.

And this is true for every single one of us.

Jesus did not miss any sin of any man; He took it all on the cross and did not miss a thing!

My sins have indeed been forgiven and in the eyes of the Lord I am blameless.

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that all my sins have been forgiven and in your eyes I am blameless and innocent”.

Ephesians 1 v7…..In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace


DIG for Monday the 23rd of January…..so how would you answer these questions…..1 Corinthians 1 v 62

I remember one time on church asking the fellowship the following questions –

“Who thinks that they are a wise person?”

“Who thinks they are mighty?”

“Who are noble?”

Of course, no one put up his or her hands to any of these questions, which is exactly what I had hoped for.

I then asked them this question –

“Do you ever feel foolish and weak?”

Well, nearly everybody put his or her hands up for that!

I then told them that because of their answers God called them all for a specific purpose.

God cannot use people who think they are wise, mighty or noble in their own strength and ways.

He wants people who have to rely on what they have from God, who really on God working through them.

God can use submissive and obedient people not those who are proud of their own achievements and strengths.

This is what Paul wrote to the saints in Corinth in 1 Corinthians 1 v 26 to 29, and it is the same thing we are being told today.

We may do foolish things and be weak at times, we may not feel mighty, wise and noble, but this is exactly the type of person that God can and will use for the furtherance of His Kingdom.

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that you have a plan and purpose for me in your Kingdom”.

1 Corinthians 1 v 26…..For ye see your calling brethren, now not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called