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Hebrews 10:10,14,18. Mark 1:4,8 (I could go on all night- this is a start) Hope it helps- God Bless.
Yeah that helps thanks, hebrews was a good one
I was looking for the scripture: “The Lamb that was slain before the foundation of the world.”
Peter I think
An interesting one is Rev. 22:11-13 Linear time does not exist in eternity. You are in one state of being or another. John 18:36
Our LORD died for all and for all sin. HE PAID IT ALL. Nothing is left to do for us but to come and get his own. AMEN.
Nothing is left to do!!! substitutionary atonement
John Kissinger [02/17/2016 2:37 PM]
if God dont know about them did Jesus die for all future sins too? Ricky Grimsley
Ricky Grimsley [02/17/2016 4:17 PM]
If you believe that God paid for a specific amount of sins that he foreknows……(which I dont). The atonement covers every sin but isnt activated until the new birth and confession. Thats why if any sins we have an advocate with the father. Its an ongoing process.
John Kissinger [02/17/2016 4:28 PM]
yes on the specific amount => ALL (1 John 2:2) http://www1.cbn.com/questions/did-jesus-die-for-the-sins-of-every-person-who-ever-lived
Ilya Okhotnikov [02/17/2016 6:08 PM]
Here you go: Justification of the future!
Nelson Banuchi [02/17/2016 11:02 PM]
Heb 10:10 does not refer to any future sins. It simple reads that Christ offered his body only at one time for all men as sinners in order that those forgiven (“we”; faith and repentance assumed) would be set apart, to serve God cp. 9:24-28).
v.14: Again, future sins are not being forgiven; there is nothing in the text re: future sins. It reads, emphasizing the one offering, men are made *perfect* (“a one-time event with a continuing result”), that is, complete fit for God’s purposes, as they are being continually sanctified (or, purified), progressing in further holiness.
v.18: All that is stated here is simply that no further sacrifice is necessary for sins already forgiven. However, the reference gives no indication that future sins are being contemplated.
From a logical standpoint, let me just say:
(a) For sins to be forgiven they must be committed in order to incur guilt. Since future sins are not committed, no guilt is incurred by them.
(b) Christ died for actual sins committed, not potential sins. That one may possibly commit sins in the future only allows for the possibility of those sins being forgiven.
(c) Which brings us further to the point that only sins repented of are forgiven. Since future sins are not only not committed and incur no guilt, repentance is unnecessary.