Their sins and the evil things they do—I will not remember anymore. Heb 10:17
"[With one sacrifice] he made perfect forever those who are being made holy" (Heb 10:14 ).
Underline the word perfect. Note that the word is not better. Not improving. Not on the upswing. God doesn't improve; he perfects. He doesn't enhance; he completes…
Now I realize that there's a sense in which we're imperfect. We still err. We still stumble. We still do exactly what we don't want to do. And that part of us is, according to the verse, "being made holy."
But when it comes to our position before God, we're perfect. When he sees each of us, he sees one who has been made perfect through the One who is perfect—Jesus Christ.
In the Eye of the Storm (by: Max Lucado)