Neville Goddard You Can Forgive Sin || EP 721

You Can Forgive SIn

Neville Goddard

March 29, 1963

You can forgive sin. That to most people will be blasphemy, as you will hear later on, quoting from scripture. It is so common among all of us to ascribe our ills and our troubles to outward things, like the present conditions of the world, to our environment, or simply to things. And these things may be things that are absent from our world, or they may be things that we have in our world but still things, while all along the real cause of our ills is sin.  

So we’re told he was called Jesus because he came to save men from their sins. His only concern was the saving of man from sin. So what is sin? Sin means missing the mark, missing the road, and missing the goal in life. If you haven’t a mark, you can’t sin. If you have a goal in this world and you do not realize it and you missed it, then you’ve sinned. So his purpose is to show man how not to sin in this world.  

No condemnation. Tell me your aim and tell me your goal, and I’ll tell you God’s Word; that’s what he said. He’s come only to show a man how not to miss his objective in this world. Now we turn to the Book of Mark, the 2nd chapter, or we can read the same thing with a little different twist to it in the 9th chapter of Matthew—it’s the story of a paralytic.  

As we are told, he was preaching the word, that is, the story of salvation, and they brought in a paralytic carried by four men. Seeing their faith, he said to the paralytic, “My son, your sins are forgiven.” Scribes sitting around thought in their hearts, “What is he saying? It is blasphemous! Who could forgive sin but God alone?” And discerning in their hearts what they contemplated, he said, “Which is easier, to say the paralytic, ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or ‘Rise, take up your bed and walk’?” And so he said to him, “Take up your bed and walk and go home,” and he rose and went on his way home.  

Then we are told those who saw him were afraid, and they glorified God who would give such authority to men, for it was a man who did it. We are that man. It is to us that this authority to forgive sin has been given. But the world thought it was simply the exclusive power of some being outside of man. You read it in the 2nd chapter of Mark and the 9th of Matthew. Now, what is this ability to forgive sin? We know that sin means “missing the mark.” The one that forgave it called himself “the truth.” He said, “I am the truth. If you know my word and you abide in my word, then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free” (John 8:32).  

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