How many of our sins will God forgive when we accept His gift of salvation
By: The John Ankerberg Show
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Keywords: Grace, Forgiven
- Ankerberg: I think that what you’ve said is good news. Before we go to the break, let’s stick right there because you’ve got folks that have listened to you preach on your radio program while they’re in jail. We’ve got people that tune in and write us letters that are listening right now and they are the child molesters, the rapists, the murderers. Or there’s many people today that have just divorced, had a messy divorce; they’re just feeling in the pits. Okay? Listen, they can know that God loves them and really has forgiven their sin, placed it all on Christ. Say a word to those people before we go to the break.
- Lutzer: John, if Hitler had received Christ before he died, he could have been saved. I told that to someone once, and he was absolutely angry. He said, “What kind of a God is that who would save a man like that, who was that wicked?” Do you know what the answer to that is? God thinks so much of what Jesus did when He died on the cross that He could forgive a Hitler or a child molester who would receive Christ as his sin-bearer. That’s how wonderful and complete the work of Jesus Christ was. But God cannot forgive a good, tax-paying, decent person who rejects His Son. It all has to do with Jesus and the completeness of His work.
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