Run Into His Arms

“Who is a God like you, offering forgiveness for evil-doing and overlooking the sins of the rest of his heritage? …His delight is in mercy. He will again have pity on us; he will put our sins under his feet: and you will send all our sins down into the heart of the sea” (Mic. 7:18-19, BBE).

Today I am sensing a nudge from Holy Spirit to share a follow-up post to the devo I shared with you on Good Friday. We talked about how Jesus washed His disciples’ feet, expressing His forgiveness to them even before they sinned by abandoning Him at Gethsemane.

The question becomes, how does this go with another vitally important truth: that we must repent and ask Jesus to forgive our sins, once we have committed them? If Jesus forgave His disciples before they deserted Him, did they still need to ask for His forgiveness after they deserted Him? Continue reading Run Into His Arms