Day 28

Weekly Truth

from the Lent 2020: His Love Endures reading plan

Jeremiah 31:34

BY She Reads Truth

Scripture is God-breathed and true. When we memorize it, we carry the gospel with us wherever we go.

This week we will memorize God’s promise of forgiveness, spoken by the prophet Jeremiah and fulfilled in Christ.

“For I will forgive their iniquity and never again remember their sin.”
—Jeremiah 31:34b

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23 thoughts on "Weekly Truth"

  1. K D says:

    So overwhelmed by God’s forgiveness and grace!

  2. Parasa says:

    Thank you my Lord for the gracious words in this morning. We need your love and grace during this difficult period.

  3. Ashley Thomas says:

    Last Sunday, my pastor preached about this topic. It was the first time I’ve ever heard that not only does God forgive my sins, but they are also completely forgotten. I was raised Catholic, and then became an atheist when I was in high school. In college, I returned to God. As a Catholic, you pretty much feel like God keeps a running record of every wrong you’ve ever done, so it was a huge revelation to me that my sin is not only forgiven, but forgotten. God doesn’t remember, so neither should I.

  4. Sharon W says:

    Churchmouse, I thank God for you everyday as I read your comments and my other sisters as well. I appreciate the excellence of wisdom God has given you to nail down the content and open our eyes to different perspectives. KOKO, my friend.

  5. Melanie Rastrelli says:

    I also thank you so much Churchmouse for your words of grace reminding me that I am truly forgiven. I am still listening to Satan’s lies that I am not enough for God and not truly forgiven. I pray for these lies to stop. I want to always believe in spite of my circumstances. Pray for me to believe God’s promise with all my mind and all my heart.

  6. Linda King says:

    Amen Churchmouse! By the way, how did you come up with your name.

  7. Dorothy says:

    Well yesterday all of the Kansas City area was told starting Tuesday there is a “Stay at Home” order except for essential people. Well being a nurse and having a job taking care of a child with special needs I’m an essential person. I will only be getting out to go to and from work. I just got back from the store and people were being nice and polite to each other. My company has supplied me with a letter to present in case I need it. I guess I will be reading and listening to my Christian music and chilling — a person can only watch so much TV and play so many games. It’s raining here right now so getting outside is out of the question too.
    God watch over all of us as we weather this season of disease. Help us to turn to You for what we need and to know that You will see us through this. Remind us, You have a purpose and reason for everything You do. Amen

    1. Nancy Singleton says:

      And amen! Praying in agreement with you.

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  8. Mari V says:

    HE remembers my sin NO MORE!
    And Churchmouse, thank you again for your wise words of wisdom!
    I pray for all of you and I’m thankful for all of you. You are all such a blessing in my life.

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