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How Does God Remove Your Sin That Eternally Invites His Wrath?

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The first observation a student studying God’s Word would make in Psalm 32 is that: David is so thankful for his sin being forgiven, that he uses four different Hebrew words to describe the depths God had to go to accomplish his forgiveness in just the first two verses. Note those with me as we open to Psalm 32:
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Psalm 32:1-2 Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, Whose sin is covered. 2 Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity, And in whose spirit there is no deceit. NKJV
 
That is one happy man to declare the amazing depth of his forgiveness in every way possible.
 
But that same careful student of the Word would make a second equally powerful observation that: sin is such an offense to God that He has to use 15 different words in the Hebrew Old Testament just to describe the horribly dreadful depths of sins deadly power. Here in David’s song, we find the four primary Old Testament words for sin introduced and explained. This leads us to first consider the:
 
THE MANY
FACES OF SIN
 
When David stole his neighbor Uriah’s little ewe lamb for his already overflowing banqueting table he defied the rules God had laid down. David now sees his life as God saw him. God was displeased with David because of these four areas of his life.
 
First, sin means:
Resisting or defying God’s rule
 
Psalm 32:1-2 Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, Whose sin is covered. 2 Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity, And in whose spirit there is no deceit. NKJV
 
The word in Psalm 32:1 is transgression, the Hebrew peshah, which means: ‘going away’, ‘departure’, “passing over a boundary, doing what is prohibited”, or ‘rebellion’ against God and His authority. This word pictures a person who intentionally rebels against the authority and boundaries God has set up for them.
 
So, Forgiveness means having
Our SINS PULLED OFF.
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