Secret Sins

Becoming the Oil and the Wine

Does the devil keep reminding you of your past sins? Here is a story to tell him.

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A much loved-minister of God once carried a secret burden of long- past sin deep in his heart. He had committed the sin many years before, during his Bible school training.

No one knew what he had done, but they did know he had repented. Even so, he had suffered years of remorse over the incident without any sense of God’s forgiveness.
      
A woman in his church deeply loved God and claimed to have visions in which Jesus Christ spoke to her.

The minister, skeptical of her claims, asked her, “The next time you speak to the Lord, would you please ask Him what sin your minister committed while he was in Bible school.” The woman kindly agreed.     

When she came to the church a few…

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13 responses to “Secret Sins”

  1. And their sins and iniquities will I remember no more. (Heb 10:17)

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    1. Amen that helps a lot

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  2. For as the heaven is high above the earth, so great is his mercy toward them that fear him.  As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us. (Psalm 103:11,12).
    Blessings Always.
    Julia

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    1. God does not treat us as our sins deserve, He know we are just dust

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  3. I honestly was looking forward to reading this sin that the minister had committed because i figured Jesus was going to tell the woman and then there was “I don’t remember”. It’s nice to know that God forgives us when we even doubt he will. May we be able to forgive people who do us wrong without remembering it.

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    1. You know! He had completely forgot about it yet we never forgive ourselves and even beat up others for something that happened in the past

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