Aug 8, 2019

Isaiah 43:25

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Here’s an excerpt from Isaiah 43:25, H.P. McCracken's contribution to the August issue of Tabletalk:

An elder in my congregation often quips, “They say as you get older, short-term memory is the second thing to go; I can’t remember what the first thing is.” Christians will agree that a finite memory that weakens with age and can even be distorted by sin is common to humanity. But when in Isaiah 43:25 God says, “I will not remember your sins,” how are we to understand God’s memory? There are a few reasons why we should not interpret this verse to mean that God literally forgets, though it does teach an important and wonderful truth.

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