>>>The forgiveness of sin does not negate or in any way do away with the sin committed. The actual act of the sin has not been reversed or done away with<<<
I think you have misunderstood the Gospel 4WD, and the greatness of God's forgiveness towards us. He doesn't just forgive---he "deletes" our sins and remembers them no more:
"For I will forgive their wickedness
and will remember their sins no more.”
By calling this covenant “new,” he has made the first one obsolete; and what is obsolete and outdated will soon disappear" (Hebrews 8: 12,13)
I think I understand the Gospel fish, perhaps even better than you.
Not remembering does not remove them. To forgive is just that. If you murdered someone, they are still dead. The sin as committed still stands even though God has promised to forgive you, a believer, for the sin.
Consider the following scenario:
You were caught stealing money from your boss. The police come arrest you and the DA takes you before the judge. You admit your guilt. The judge says, "Five years and $10,000." Your boss likes you and says to the judge, "I forgive him for his stealing from me." The Judge says that is up to you, but he is guilty and must pay for his crime, a crime not only against you but against the laws of the land." Now here is where the really marvelous thing comes in. Your boss says to the judge, "I really do like him, and I know he is guilty, but he has confessed and repented of his thievery. Therefore I will do his five years and pay the $10,000 fine." The judge says, "Okay."
The offense was forgiven, the penalty paid, justice was imputed to you by the actions of your boss. it was credited to you by the judge through your boss. Fish, that is what Christ has done for us.
That is what it means for God who knows everything past, present and future, to remember sins no more.
Very nicely explained.