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God is no longer interested in the Sins of his People

The second coming of Christ is not to condemn people of sin but to save them from sin, "He will appear a second time, not to deal with sin, but to save those who are waiting for him." (Hebrews 9:28)

Here is the sin of the whole world: ignorance of the true nature of God.

Every sin has been replaced by ignorance. If a man is ignorant of something why would he be punished for what he doesn't know about? Being ignorant implies that he is innocent. Consequently, God have decided to take away sin by educating all people.

If God reveals himself, the whole world will become knowledgeable of the true nature of God, the sin will be wiped off and God will no longer keep record of sin.

"I will forgive their sins and will no longer remember their wrongs" (Hebrews 8:12)

God has decided to educate humanity in a way that no one can be deceived by another.

"None of them will have to teach their fellow citizens or say to their fellow citizens, 'Know the Lord.' For they will all know me, from the least to the greatest." (Hebrews 8:11)

Christ is not interested in previous sin. He doesn't care whether someone was once a prostitute, a murderer, a terrorist, a kidnapper, a drug trafficker, an armed robber, etc.

Christ does not accuse  people of funding abortion or convict them of aborting babies. He doesn't descriminate against ex-convicts or LGBT people.

Ultimately, God does not judge people based on their race, religious affiliation, skin colour, gender, nation, tribe or geographical location.

From the knowledge of reconciling Yin and Yang to form Yinyang, the true nature of God is neutrality ( non-judgment). If you have attained the state of non-judgment and now understand the true nature of God based on the principle of uniting Yin and Yang to form Yinyang, you have passed from judgement to life and have entered into the holy city (the new Jerusalem).

God will turn his face away from the sin of those that have entered into the holy city. They don't keep account of the sins of others; why would God keep account of their sin? In other words, they are without sin.

God says, "I will not remember their sins and evil deeds any longer." (Hebrews 10:17)

This means that it is no longer required of them to pray for the forgiveness of their sins or frequent altars to give sin offerings. God has taken away their guilts and they are no longer found guilty of sin.

"When these have been forgiven, an offering to take away sins is no longer needed." (Hebrews 10:18)

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