And how can I, then, as after Christ has died for me and I become His righteousness because of His grace and love to me? How can I sin, when there is something laying between me and God, a sacrifice? I can't sin. Can't do it. God never sees me; He sees Christ. He stands in my place. And when I do anything wrong, Christ takes my place. I made my confession, "I'm wrong. He is right. Lord, You know my heart. You know whether I mean it or not. And I'm wrong. Forgive me." God never sees it. The Blood of Jesus got me covered, all the time. Then how can God ever see me? How can sin be--be counted to me, when He can't do it? Just as soon as I do it, it's forgiven. [Brother Branham snapped his finger--Ed.] That's right.
Hebrews, Chapter Six #2
September 08, 1957