Here’s another post from my book Prayer A to Z.
1. His forgiveness is rooted in His unconditional love. Though God does not always forgive everyone—He forgives only those who will repent of their sins—He does love everyone unconditionally. And that unconditional love is what draws sinners to repent so that He can forgive them. Thus, forgiveness is always contingent on repentance; but that doesn’t mean that He doesn’t always love us. He has always loved us and He always will, because that is His nature; God is love; it comes out of His own righteous and merciful character (Titus 3:4). God loves the whole world and He desires all to repent so that He can forgive them (2 Pet. 3:9).
2. His forgiveness was costly for Him. God purchased our forgiveness by the blood of His own son Jesus. Ephesians 1:7 says, “In Him [Jesus] we have…
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