“By virtue of the atoning blood of Christ, the sins of all the truly penitent will be blotted from the books of heaven. Thus the sanctuary will be freed, or cleansed, from the record of sin.” PP 357, 358.
“Is the type, this great work of atonement, or blotting out of sins, was represented by the services of the Day of Atonement, – the cleansing of the earthly sanctuary, which was accomplished by the removal, by virtue of the blood of the sin offering, of the sins by which it had been polluted. … In the final atonement the sins of the truly penitent are to be blotted out from the records in heaven. …” PP 358.