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Bill Knott

is the editor and executive publisher of Adventist Review.

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Grace Agrees

“The covenant-keeping Lord says of Himself, 'I will remember their sins no more' (Heb 8:12). So why do we berate ourselves for what He has—at fearful cost—forgiven and forgotten? It is no sign of holiness to disagree with God, accusing ourselves for what He has through grace excused. Our lingering guilt about what Christ died for discounts our claims to trusting in His grace. What Jesus chooses to forget we have a right to forget. This is the day to forgo all forgiven sins, and so begin the life of joy. So stay in grace.”


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