John [the Baptist] saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world! –Jn 1:29
As John said, Jesus was the one “…who takes away the sin of the world!”
If Jesus took the sin of the world away, does sin still exist? It cannot, otherwise Jesus had failed in His mission, which was the restoration of all things, which includes taking away sin (Gr. apokatastasis, Act 3:21; 2Co 5:19; Eph 1:10; Col 1:19-20, See also Heb 9:26).
If sin still exists how can we be separated from God today? We can’t be, why?
Eph 4:6 BSB one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.
Not just Creator of all, he said Father of All. In religion, we try to discriminate upon who is in the family of God and who is out. We can read in this Scripture passage, and in many other Scriptures, that God is the Father of all people, whether they realize Christ within them or not. The first thing that we can say is that He takes responsibility for everybody. He takes care of all those that He brought into the earth.
Eph 1:4 BSB For He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world to be holy and blameless in His presence.
He chose us in Him before He ever created anything. We didn’t choose Him, He chose us. Our will is never above His will (See Phil 2.12-13; 1Ti 4:10).
If we have to contend with sin in our lives today, then all this is untrue.
Then what is that thing we call “sin”? It is missing the mark because of mistaken identity. It is eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, instead of eating from the tree of life. It is not exercising the best God has for us.
Religion wants you to think you have to come to Jesus to have your sins forgiven when they have been taken away. Religion needs you to keep coming back.
 To set into proper order or relationship. To set back to original condition. This is the justice of God. This is the manifesting of the kingdom. We are the tools for this. The “restoration of all things” takes place at the end of the law of Moses.
 Hell’s Illusion, Don Keathley 2020, Kindle 84.8%