Understand How God Banishes Your Sin, So You Can Let It Go Too
Every Christian has experienced days or even seasons of feeling extreme guilt over past or present sins, thinking that God is angry or disgusted with them—sometimes even wondering if they’re truly saved. This often happens when believers fixate on their sins while forgetting what Christ has already done on their behalf at the cross. Sam Storms explains it this way: “What consumes us is what we have done by sinning. What ought to consume us is grateful meditation on what God has done with our sinning.”
In his latest book, Storms addresses this anxiety over sin by reminding believers of the good news of the gospel. Beginning with an explanation of the glory of penal substitution, he walks through 12 things God did with their sin, including forgiving it, passing over it, and casting it into the depths of the sea. He also explains 3 things God will never do with their sin, such as counting it against them. Walking through the Bible’s teaching, Storms helps believers find freedom, joy, and peace in knowing what God has done (and will never do) with their sin through the redemptive sacrifice of Jesus.
- Encourages Christians in Their Personal Life and Ministry: Helps the average believer who may feel unfit to serve God because of their sin
- Clarifies Crucial Biblical Topics: Explains the important difference between “eternal union” with God and “experiential communion” with him
- Written by Sam Storms: Author of more than 30 books, including Tough Topics; Kept for Jesus; and A Sincere and Pure Devotion to Christ