Morgan Cryar: What Sin?

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It happened so long ago
I cried out for mercy back then
I pled the blood of Jesus
Begged him to forgive my sin
But I still can’t forget it
It just won’t go away
So I wept again, “Lord wash my sin,”
But this is all He’d say

What sin?
What sin?
That’s as far away
As the east is from the west
What sin?
What sin?
It was gone the very minute you confessed
Buried in the sea of forgetfulness

The heaviest thing you’ll carry
Is a load of guilt and shame
You were never meant to bear them
So let them go in Jesus’ name
Our God is slow to anger
Quick to forgive our sin
So let Him put them under the blood
Don’t bring them up again
‘Cause He’ll just say

What sin?
What sin?
That’s as far away
As the east is from the west
What sin?
What sin?
It was gone the very minute you confessed
Buried in the sea of forgetfulness

Lord, please deliver me
From my accusing memory
Nothing makes me weep this way
Than when I hear you say

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