My Sins Are Too Great for God to Forgive

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howmanysins.jpgI’m always taken aback by people who think they have sinned too much or too frequently for God to forgive them and allow them to go to heaven. Jesus overcame death to break the bond of sin and to free us of the penalty thereof. He gives us complete freedom and forgiveness.

Jesus is bigger, greater and more powerful than sin. I accept what he teaches in the Bible that no one, nothing can pluck us from his hand. He “bought us” (redeemed us) and paid for us with the blood he shed on the cross when he died for our sins.

Now, I am not saying there are no consequences for our sin. Of course there may be and usually are. The point I am driving home is that if you claim Jesus as your savior, your sole source of redemption and access to heaven, then that is sufficient. If you sin, ask for forgiveness and “he is faithful and just and will forgive you of all unrighteousness”. As I said, forgiveness is complete. Consequences are only there for us to learn because God loves us.

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31 Responses to “My Sins Are Too Great for God to Forgive”

  • Jamie Jamie says:

    There is no special formula that constitutes ‘proper repentance’. God knows that if He gave us a specific pattern for repentance that our faith would be in the pattern rather than in a relationship with Him. The Spirit will lead us through many different ways of dealing with sin in our lives and so we need to be attentive to Him to know how He is leading us today. That means that we must daily be engaging in those activities (called spiritual disciplines) that help sensitize us to the leading of the Spirit: 1) prayer; 2) Bible reading; 3) fellowship with other believers; 4) worship; 5) serving others. In all of these disciplines the focus is having a relationship with Jesus, not a legalistic checklist. When you pray, fully anticipate to hear from God. When you read the Bible, expect that He will meet you there. Know that when you are in fellowship with the people of God that they make up the Body of Christ and that He will use them to build up your faith. In your worship be prepared to encounter the risen Lord. And when you serve other people you can be sure that Jesus was already there before you and He will empower your acts of love. These disciplines are not the means to receive God’s grace, but they help focus our attention on the Spirit so that we can hear what He is saying to us.

    One thing that I have found in my life is that when I am trapped in a pattern of falling for temptation time and time again, I invite Him into those moments when the temptation hits. As someone who spends a lot of time online I have fallen prey to internet pornography. Pop ups would show up in my browser and I would follow the links to see more skin. After a time, I started being more active in seeking out the sites in order to feed my craving for erotic pictures. The Spirit revealed to me that I was a slave to the sin of lust and I needed His help to get free. So when I felt the craving to search out nude pictures I would ask the Holy Spirit to help me overcome the temptation. I had a list of verses that helped remind me of the how dangerous lust is and how Jesus had set me free from sins control on my mind and body. I would play worship music to help fill my mind with thoughts of the greatness of God and I had a friend I could connect with who would hold me accountable. What I found at first was that in the moment I would forget to look to the Spirit for His help until it was too late, so I used physical reminders in places where the temptation would usually come. I had little notes posted around my computer of promises of scripture and commitments I had made to God about ‘No Compromise’.

    I don’t know if you have the same struggle as me, or if the Spirit is leading you to use some of the same tools He led me to use to break free from the sin of lust. But you can be sure that He has a plan to give you victory over sin. You are no longer a slave to your lusts and as you depend on Him more and more, the Spirit will refine the character of Christ in you.

    Lord Jesus, I pray for Anonymous’ struggle with sin. Thank You that this struggle has brought him/her into realization that only You can bring freedom. I pray that Anonymous would hear Your Spirit’s leading in how to overcome this sin, and that He would lead him/her into a deeper relationship with You. Amen.

    Anonymous, let me encourage you with this: through the Spirit’s leading in overcoming lust in my life, every time pornography pops up on my computer now, my automatic thought is of Jesus and His power in my life to overcome sin. That is not what Satan wants and so I have found that the temptation comes at me in such blatant ways. Not that I still don’t face lustful thoughts, but I am free from the insatiable hunger for viewing elicit material online. As you offer yourself to God to be an instrument of righteousness, He will transform your passions to be in line with His, and you will experience a fuller understanding of the great love of God. It is worth all of the heartache and pain so keep pressing forward.

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi again Jamie,

    I need to get The Holy Spirit to guide me into a proper repentance. I thought I had repented so many times, but I haven’t done it properly due to my repetition of the same things. What must I do to repent with the contrite heart like ‘Humble servant of Christ’ talked about in his/her post. I’m worried that God sees me as a fake and not genuine. I feel like a fake because I keep letting Him down and myself. I so much want to be free, but I feel enslaved. All I’ve ever wanted to do was to live a life pleasing to God but I feel I have just failed Him so badly. I don’t understand why I keep going back to the same sin. Am I just lying to myself and committing the sinful lusts that my heart really desires? Do I really need to question the motives of my heart and get God to change what is really in there? What is really in there if all I do is gratify the lusts of my flesh? What does someone do when they truly repent and the result is a complete 180 from an old sin pattern? I know that repentance in Greek means to change your mind and the actions then follow.

    Don’t feel you have to post a nice comment to me. I respect you and you could never offend me. I appreciate you so much for what you have posted already. Just level with me and hit me with the raw truth. I need spiritual boot camp. I’m in a horrible place right now and I must get serious help and change. I can’t go on living like this any longer. I must, I repeat, I must obtain freedom. I can’t keep offending God through my shameful sinful actions. I can’t fool you or anyone for that matter and I especially can not fool God. He knows exactly what the motives of my heart are?

    Thankyou so much for your help and don’t even feel obligated to reply if you don’t want. As I’m typing this, I’m also praying every word to Jesus and asking Him to reveal the answers that I need.
    Love from your brother in Christ.

  • Jamie Jamie says:

    Thanks for your prayer Anonymous. What frees us from sin is the death of Jesus. You earlier quoted Romans 6; just after that verse Paul wrote,”We were therefore buried with Him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life. For if we have been united with Him in a death like His, we will certainly also be united with Him in a resurrection like His. For we know that our old self was crucified with Him so that the body ruled by sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin” (Romans 6:4-6) The problem comes when we allow ourselves to become entangled in temptations and try to fight it with our own will power. That is why Paul followed these verse up with, “In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus. Therefore do not let sin reign in your mortal body so that you obey its evil desires. Do not offer any part of yourself to sin as an instrument of wickedness, but rather offer yourselves to God as those who have been brought from death to life; and offer every part of yourself to him as an instrument of righteousness.Don’t you know that when you offer yourselves to someone as obedient slaves, you are slaves of the one you obey—whether you are slaves to sin, which leads to death, or to obedience, which leads to righteousness?” (Romans 6:11-13,16)

    Keep in mind that sin is a rejection of God, so when a person attempts to have victory over immorality without God they are sinning; essentially they are saying, “God I don’t need You.” When you offer yourself to God you are saying, “God I cannot overcome this without You. Please destroy this immorality in me.” That is why Jesus said, “Apart from Me you can do nothing.” (John 15:5)

    I don’t think that the Holy Spirit removes the desire to sin, although in my life I have certainly experienced a lessening of the pull of certain temptations as I have looked to the Spirit’s leading in my life. You will note that the promise of Galatians 5:16 is that when we walk by the Spirit we will not GRATIFY the cravings of our sinful nature, and not that He will REMOVE the cravings of our sinful nature. So we are not fully free from our fallen nature until we enter in the presence of Jesus at death or at His return; but, we are no longer slaves to that nature, rather, we are slaves to God’s righteousness. As we continually offer ourselves to righteousness by focusing our attention on the leading of the Spirit, we are free from the strangle hold of immorality and free to live a life that reflects the character of Jesus more and more. “And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into His image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.” (2Corinthians 3:18)

  • Anonymous says:

    Jamie, do you think that it is a supernatural work of The Holy Spirit that delivers us from the dictates of the flesh? And if so, have you experienced this?

  • Anonymous says:

    Hi Jamie,
    All I can say is wow! Thankyou so much for spending the time to reply to me. You speak such amazing words of wisdom and you have an astounding knowledge of The Word. You have been so used of God. I really appreciate your words and I can see what a great heart you have.

    I will definitely check out that link you posted. I think there are many people out there like me who genuinely want to obey God, but just end up failing. You really are spot on. We must invest our time in prayer and study of the Word and being led by The Holy Spirit. It’s the only way. I would give more if I could but I’m only a student with limited money, but I trust that God will help me get through so that I can work and have more to give. I can give my time.

    I pray that The Holy Spirit will guide you and strengthen you in all that God has for you in Jesus name. Amen.

  • Jamie Jamie says:

    Hi Anonymous, the struggle that you are having over sin is one that all followers of Jesus wrestle with at points in their life. The Apostle Paul wrote, “For I know that good itself does not dwell in me, that is, in my sinful nature. For I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. For I do not do the good I want to do, but the evil I do not want to do—this I keep on doing. Now if I do what I do not want to do, it is no longer I who do it, but it is sin living in me that does it.” (Romans 7:18-20) So even a godly man like Paul wrestled with the battle over sin. In his letter to the Galatians he wrote, “For the flesh desires what is contrary to the Spirit, and the Spirit what is contrary to the flesh. They are in conflict with each other” (Galatians 5:17)

    The quote from Jesus about getting rid of the body parts that cause sin comes within the context of a larger message. I think the central theme of His whole message is found in Matthew 5:17,20 “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them…For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.” The Pharisees and teachers of the Law were outwardly very righteous. They had dedicated themselves to following the Law as perfectly as humanly possible, and yet still Jesus says that only a greater righteousness would result in entering the kingdom of Heaven. That righteousness is found in Jesus Himself; His is an infinitely perfect righteousness that is incorruptible. You see, He was living according to a moral code, but He was living according to His divine nature. That is why He said that He was the fulfillment of the Law. He was the standard on which the Law was built. That is the righteousness that He gives to all who put their trust in Him. “He [God] made Him [Jesus] who knew no sin to become sin, so that we could become the righteousness of God.” (2Corinthians 5:21) So for those whose trust is in Jesus’ death as payment for their sin have received the perfect righteousness of God, which is far greater than the righteousness of the Pharisees. The rest of Jesus’ message helps us to see that in our own strength we cannot ever live up to the perfect standard of God, and our only hope is to trust in His fulfillment of the Law to give us that righteousness that is greater than the Pharisees.

    So with the quote you shared from Romans 6, our receiving of the gift of God’s righteousness will not result in a licence to sin; instead, it becomes a motivation to follow Jesus so that we no longer sin. Jesus’ death paid the penalty for our sin, and His resurrection means that He now lives in us to lead us away from sin. That’s what Paul meant when he wrote, “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.” (Galatians 2:20) Later in that same letter he wrote, “Let us walk by the Spirit and we will not gratify the cravings of our sinful nature.” (Galatians 5:16) Our moral purity does not come from us trying not to sin, but from following the Holy Spirit every moment of the day and allowing Him to guide us away from sin.

    So in the areas that you struggle with, your freedom from lust and sexual immorality is not by following a moral code or by instituting restrictions on yourself, but it is by looking to the Holy Spirit to lead you away from that temptation and sin. He is your righteousness, not your ability to stop sinning. “Since you died with Christ to the elemental spiritual forces of this world, why, as though you still belonged to the world, do you submit to its rules: “Do not handle! Do not taste! Do not touch!”? These rules, which have to do with things that are all destined to perish with use, are based on merely human commands and teachings. Such regulations indeed have an appearance of wisdom, with their self-imposed worship, their false humility and their harsh treatment of the body, but they lack any value in restraining sensual indulgence.” (Colossians 2:20-23) So focus your attention on the Holy Spirit and listen for His leading in your life. You do that through prayer, reading the Bible, gathering with other believers to talk about the Holy Spirit’s leading in your life, worshipping Jesus together, and serving others, especially those who are in need. It is in these activities that you are best prepared to hear the Holy Spirit and to obey His leading in your life. When temptation comes focus your attention on the Spirit and ask for HIs leading away from sin. His promise is that you will no longer gratify the cravings of your sinful nature.

    There is an article that talks about sin the life of the follower of Jesus. I think you will find it helpful http://thelife.com/challenges/forgiven-for-past-present-future I would love to hear your thoughts.

    Let me pray for you: Dear Jesus, I pray for this child of Yours who is struggling with patterns of sin and feeling the weight of guilt and shame. I pray that You would help him find freedom in Your Spirit from the cravings of his sinful nature and instead allow Your character and righteousness be refined in him. Teach him to walk by the Spirit every moment of every day. Amen.

  • Anonymous says:

    I feel in light of the scriptures that I have just posted, we should never cheapen the grace of God and treat it as a licence to continue in sin.

    I feel that I have abused Gods grace throughout my life which is why I need to know if I am still saved.

    It seems like the world wants to believe that God will just forgive easily so that they can live the life of sin they desire.
    I feel like this has been me. May God have mercy on my soul and please Jesus save me from hell. I don’t deserve salvation, but I ask for it with all my heart. Save me please, I beg you. In Jesus Christs name, Amen.

  • Anonymous says:

    One of the main reasons I feel so condemned is because the bible says in Matthew 5:30 this:

    American Standard Version
    And if thy right hand causeth thee to stumble, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not thy whole body go into hell.

    These are the words of Jesus. Have I abused the grace of God too much?

    Have I not dealt with my sin issues with enough extremity? It really seems like the bible is saying I’m condemned.
    I’ve tried desperately not to sin, but have fallen to the temptation of lust so many times. Am I just evil? I love Jesus with all my heart, but does the bible just say that I am wicked?

    The bible also says in Romans 6:1:

    1What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? 2May it never be! How shall we who died to sin still live in it? 3Or do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus have been baptized into His death?

    It seems like hell is the destination for all who continue in sin.

    I don’t desire to continue to sin. My desire is to repent. But I feel as if I have failed too badly and lost my battle with lust too many times.

    Is there still hope for me?

  • Anonymous says:

    I have sinned over and over again through masturbation and pornography. I have desperately tried to stop and have prayed so many times for God to help me and to forgive me. I have made so many commitments to God that I will never do it again, yet I have failed over and over again.

    Sometimes I feel like God will send me to hell. I desperately want to change, but the temptation seems so great.
    Am I condemned and how will I ever overcome this?

    When I was a child, I was sexually abused and made to look at pornography while it was happening to me. Will God forgive me and have mercy on my soul? I’ve battled with an addiction to it on and off ever since.

  • sanchez says:

    I know Jesus forgives and He has a good plan for me despite the fact that I am a sinner who sins every day. Let us all put in efforts to make it right from this moment. All of us have some problem. Some are addicts, some are cheaters, some are liars, some are corrupted but let us not end there. Let’s repent from our sins and ask for forgiveness and set things straight with God with our efforts and I am sure He will help us overcome our problem whatever we are facing. Amen

  • Aldo says:

    Naeja, no, God has not given up on you and your kids. Neither, has He put a curse on you and your children.
    And, yes, He can and will forgive you.

    Naeja, being saved is not only positional (in Christ), but relative(having a relationship), as well. Regrettably, too many Christians today are satisfied with just the former, and neglecting the latter.

    Jesus said in Mark 12:30 in answer to Which is the most important commandment?, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” Many are far from that today.

    Naeja, what you need to do is confess your sin to God, ask for forgiveness, and recommit your life to Christ. Also, you need to denounce any and all activity in the occult. (You’d do well by mentioning each one by name) Let’s pray:

    Heavenly Father, You know and have heard the cry of Naeja’s heart that more than anything she wants You. Lord, grant her desire. Give her such a love for You which no one or nothing will be able to separate her from. Fill her with Your Holy Spirit. Grant her a deep yearning for Your Holy Word, and a spirit of intercession for all your people, in Jesus Name I pray, amen.

  • Naeja says:

    I’ve been saved about eight years and for that time I been in and out the church… Last year my kids and I got sick so I decided I need to go back to God we were really sick with incurable illness so I changed our diet which has everything to do with the sickness (Hsv) fungal infection well we were doing well for about three to five myths and I fell again and started eating junk food processed food and we started getting sick again and it got worse. After constantly praying trying to quit eating like I was it was like I just couldn’t I began to believe he had given up on me so I started looking into ways to be healed reiki healing crystals voodoo witchcraft soul selling anything just so my kids and I could live well now for the longest time I still been trying to go back but it feels I’m falling further and further I’ve never had a real relationship with him and that’s what I desire now I want to be healed but more than anything I want him. Will and can he forgive me is he done with me are my kids and I cursed?

  • taiwo says:

    Have tried my best in this life, i want to go medical school to become a doctor i succeed in gaining admission to the school during my semester 1 things was not going good financially but i tried my best and won scholarship for my semester 2.
    During my semester 2 things got more badly that at the end of my semester 2 i was drop out. So i try to look for job to assist my study i found one but at the end of august 2015 the owner of the job has some problem so the job collapse and i start to look for another job but the i couldn’t get one.
    Am down to zero financially i never give up. Am asking the men and women of God to assist me with prayer and fasting to ask God to send me divine helper to sponsor my education/academy and finance because i still trust in God grace and favor on my road to become my dream DOCTOR in Jesus name. Thanks a lot God will answer you all prayers also in Jesus name.

  • maxwell says:

    god can do all things if u believe

  • Tom Tom says:

    Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit occurs when a person completely denies the call of God and dies in that condition. Up until the last moment of life, any person’s sins can be forgiven by turning to Jesus Christ in belief.

  • Jack says:

    Yes, Blaspheme of the Holy Spirit is an unforgivable sin, according to the Bible. I am unsure the testament it is from, you can look it up if you wish.

  • Elkay says:

    Peace, yes God still can forgive you and He wants to help you repent from and overcome your addiction. You will need to learn to rely on His strength to help you with your addiction, not your own strength. A verse in John describes this as God “pruning” our lives so that we can “bear good fruit”:

    John 15:1-3 says “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes so that it will be even more fruitful. You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you. Remain in me, and I will remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me.”

    This verse talks about how our lives are like a plant. If we desire to open our lives to God, He will show us how to “prune” our lives so that we can live abundantly. Through the Holy Spirit, God acts to change your heart, so that your addictions control you less and less and your love for Jesus leads you more.

    Suggested websites that can help you include http://www.covenanteyes.com/2014/08/08/battling-porn-addiction/ and http://xxxchurch.com/

    The more a porn-addicted person embraces the gospel, the more they realize that the very things they are sinfully seeking in pornography are actually found in God. Porn makes false promises that offer to satisfy the soul, but only God makes promises that deliver true satisfaction. This is experienced in the gospel of costly grace. The more we meditate on the face of Christ and see in Him God’s ruthless pursuit of reckless sinners, the more we can be satisfied in that love.

    You can receive Christ right now by faith through prayer. Praying is simply talking to God. God knows your heart and is not so concerned with your words as he is with the attitude of your heart. Here’s a suggested prayer:

    Lord Jesus, I want to know you personally. Thank you for dying on the cross for my sins. I open the door of my life to you and ask you to come in as my Savior and Lord. Take control of my life. Thank you for forgiving my sins and giving me eternal life. Please help me overcome my porn addiction and make me the kind of person you want me to be. Amen.

  • peace says:

    Have done more and more sins by masturbating and watching porn everyday for more than 7 years now but have not have sex with anyone never in my life. Am 24 years old, can God still forgive me and I need help to stop this masturbation.

  • Aldo says:

    Jamall, I agree with you that Jesus loves you, and that He will make a way for you, and that there is grace and hope and joy and happiness for you. And that He has a plan for you. I believe that plan involves ministering to others. You see, Jamall, when we busy ourselves with attending to the needs of others, it takes our attention off of ourselves. Helen Keller said, “Life is an exciting business, and most exciting when it is lived for others.” Ministering to others also reaps the benefits for us that we are providing to them.

    So Jamall, let go, and let God use you to minister to others. You will be ministering to Jesus Himself, and be greatly blessed by the Father- Matthew 25:34-46.

    Father God, thank You for Your love for Jamall. Help him to realize that the plan You have for him includes serving others, in Jesus Name I pray, amen.

  • Jamall says:

    Just looking for a place to vent. Yes the consequences seem unbarable, it’s like sometimes I feel like I never lived. The pain I go through is so great, I get sad and depressed and angry and I want to fight and I get jealous and hurt. But there is hope. I ways remember that Jesus loves me and that he will make a way for me. That there is grace and hope and joy and happiness for me. He always reminds me that he has a plan for me and that he loves me and he is not condemning me. I’m learning to move on and let go, forgive myself and accepts the way things are. Forgive others not blame others accept my sins and realize that God has grace for me and a master plan for me. That I will be alright. That everything will be all right.

  • Humble servant of Christ says:

    The Lord Jesus Christ can and will forgive our sins. Some of the questions asked here seem to indicate a lack of remorse for the mentioned sins. When confessing our sins, we must be truly sorry, feel bad and intend never to commit that sin again. This is known as having a contrite heart.
    Jesus Himself has said he will never refuse a contrite heart. If you truly have remorse and approach Jesus in humility, He will forgive your sins. It is not a true confession if you intend to do this activity again that caused the sin.
    We are fallible and despite our best intentions, we do fall back into sin. The main thing The Lord asks of us is to genuinely try not to sin. When we do, he invites us to come to Him with true remorse for our failings and confess, asking for forgiveness.
    Sadly, many people seem to have a mistaken idea about this, feeling that their sins can be forgiven without any intention of changing on behalf of the sinner. This would be an insincere confession. God knows everything and sees clearly into our hearts. It is not possible to fool God. We must be genuine in our efforts to reconcile with Christ our Lord.
    I pray for all who come to this site and ask our Lord Jesus Christ to touch their hearts to true repentance.

  • John says:

    You don’t have to talk to a priest about this. You can do it yourself. Tell God about your sins. Regret your sins and tell him that. Say that you’ll let go of and forsake your sins and stop sinning, and accept Jesus’s payment for your sins. Than ask God to forgive your sins and change you so that you sin no more.

  • John says:

    http://www.net-burst.net/guilty/sin.htm
    Read this, please. Don’t be scared by the title. Read to the very bottom

  • Doris Beck Doris says:

    Andre,
    As Darren said so well in a previous comment, there is NO sin so large that God will not forgive you if you turn your life over to Him in humility, sincerely ask for forgiveness, and allow God to work in your life to also turn away from sin.

    This is a decision that you alone can make and you do not need a priest to experience God’s forgiveness or salvation in Christ. His sacrifice was for you and God’s offer of forgiveness is greater than all of your ins. Please check out the page http://powertochange.com/discover/faith/discoverpurpose/

    Andre, we also have online mentors that would love to help you in your spiritual journey. Just fill out the form http://powertochange.com/discover/talk-to-a-mentor/ and someone will email you.

  • Andre says:

    Now about my sins I feel like i can’t keep them in a secret place because I know Jesus want me to to talk about them and I know that if I tell them to a priest this will give forgiveness which will lead to salvation I mean by this that forgiveness will destroy all the heavy feelings that was keeping me blind . Finally as a conclusion the choices we make in life are related to the way we live in this life and place we will be in after . I k ow now that god will not judge anyone but judgement is something we choose on ourselves . Jesus created me so I think he knows very well how to take care of me so I will trust him and I want him in my heart like the one who was searching for the biggest pearl and when he found it he threw everything just to keep this bigger treasure . My freinds make this choice the choice of Jesus of life and happiness

  • Andre says:

    My sins are so big that I feel nowadays so heavy I feel like I’m pulled down to something very black very evil and that same something who’s piling me down want me to sin more and more so that sin become a part of my life and within this although I was once a true believer I started to loose every drop of faith that existed in my heart and with it love happiness goodwill … But everything opposit started to grow so now I’m surely not the sun of god but the son of something opposite to god who want to destroy me to put me away from the road to heaven and I feel like this evil thing is living the same conditions I started to feel with time…and that lot of people are in the conditions maybe more maybe less this is not important … What is important is that Jesus died for us to make a choice in life a choice of Jesus :)

  • As noted above, Jesus’ sacrifice was for you, and God’s offer of forgiveness and grace is always open to you regardless of sin. Check this page for more: Discover Purpose

    If you’d like to talk privately & confidentially to an online mentor about your sins who will pray with you, please contact an online mentor today.

  • gopal says:

    god forgive for i have done sins

  • ajay says:

    will god forgive if i see sex pictures

  • Darren says:

    Hi David,

    There is no sin so large that God will not forgive you if you turn your life over to Him in humility, sincerely ask for forgiveness, and allow God to work in your life to also turn away from sin.

    The so-called “unforgivable sin” (Mark 3:28-29, Matthew 12:30-32) is often misunderstood. The word used in the text is not “sin”, it is “blasphemy”. Jesus here is saying that permanently rejecting His identity (rejecting the Gospel) as attested by the Holy Spirit is in a sense unforgivable, since without accepting God’s offer of grace none of a person’s sins can be forgiven. Thus, a Christian who is worried that he or she has committed the “unforgivable blasphemy” cannot possibly have committed it.

    Here’s an article about the so-called “unforgivable sin”: What is the “unforgivable sin?”

    Jesus’ sacrifice was for you, and God’s offer of forgiveness and grace is always open to you regardless of sin. Check this page for more: Discover Purpose

    Hope this helps David. Feel free to reply if you’d like.

  • david says:

    Are there any unforgivable sins

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