Again have compassion on us.
He will again have compassion on us; he will tread our iniquities underfoot. You will cast all our sins into the depths of the sea.
Dear beloved in Christ, a warm welcome and wishes in His matchless Name!
The presence or non-presence of the almighty God in our lives determines our state. Definitely, His absence means a lot of trouble for us. As the Scripture says in Jeremiah 11:14 (ESV), our prayers will remain unanswered:
… I will not listen when they call to me in the time of their trouble.
Looking at the subject Scripture – Micah 7:19, the mighty works of the God and His promise of deliverance gives us a new life and direction for all of us. God turned to us, although in the first place it was we ourselves who has turned away. It seems, the almighty God’s compassion on us allows Him to overlook our sins and iniquities. But the righteousness of God cannot overlook our sins and iniquities but demand punishment. But his love has given us a way.
Jesus our Redeemer.
God is love. The love of God, had given us His begotten Son Lord Jesus Christ. Our sins and iniquities aren’t overlooked but put on Lord Jesus who came down as the Sacrificial Lamb. At the same time, the promise that He will tread or trample our iniquities underfoot were already done away with the crucifixion of Lord Jesus Christ. Yes by the death of cross and the resurrection of Lord Jesus Christ, He gave us the victory over the eternal death of damnation. Most importantly, those who believed in Jesus and fully submitted themselves will never be looked at their past sins. Yes, truly our Lord Jesus cast all the sins of His children into the depths of the sea. No more they will be revisited again.
Praises and glory be to God in the matchless and mighty name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.