“He forgives all my sins and heals all my distresses.” (Psalm 103:3) We all know money is hard to come by. So one of the greatest feelings in the world is when you owe money, and out of nowhere are told, “Don’t worry about it, it’s been taken care of.” That’s the BEST because when pardon is made for something difficult to attain, it is wonderfully liberating. If my alma mater called to inform me that I didn’t need to pay back my student loans, I would surely accept! Conversely, Raul would freak if I insisted on holding onto the debt and refusing their offer. Friends, since I was born, I’ve been sinning (accumulating debt) and my sin-debt is in the squillions! I could never pay for it, nor pay it back. But the bible says I can let it go because there is no sin I’ve done that my Savior did not pay for. Jesus paid for all my sins on his cross. When He sees me holding onto them, it must truly grieve Him. It’s as if the brutal sacrifice of his life was in vain. As a Christ-follower, if I took the chance to believe that Jesus is my Savior, why can’t I take the chance to receive His forgiveness for my sins? What good does it do to hold onto ANY sin? And what GOOD IT DOES DO to let it go! God inspired the Psalmist to write, “He forgives ALL my sins...” Jesus didn’t die with a disclamier. He didn’t suffer with accrural. He died for all sins for all sinners. And then He rose. If He is in your heart, He has paid for your screw-up’s. Ask for forgiveness. Know you’re forgiven. And let it go.