The Official Writing Challenge
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10/26/17
You did a good job of presenting your point. It made me wonder, if God forgets our sins, and we are called to forget our own sins, shouldn't we also aim to forget the sins of others...

There were some mechanical errors that could easily be edited (minuet instead of minute, lack of quotations around the words of God in the first paragraph).
Many people forget their sins are forgiven because they do not believe that their sin is forgiven (and forgotten) when they are baptized. This is when they receive God's free gift of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:38)

One nice thing about being able to remember our sin, is that it reminds us that we don't want to do it again and this is one tool God has given us to help us live free from pre-meditated sins.

Live your life as an example of one "purchased by the blood of Jesus".

Keep writing.
10/31/17
Isn't it glorious that God forgets about our sins if we believe in the shed blood of his son Jesus.

In the first paragraph, you might think of personalizing an individual with a photographic memory like Marilu Henner.

Minuet should have been minute.

Bible should be capitalized.

An introductory word like yes should have a comma after it.