I believe God does forgive us for our sins, but I think we have to want to be forgiven. At the same time, though, I think what he really wants is for us to learn from our sins (our mistakes). By learning, we grow, and in turn get closer to Him.
The biggest sin is if you believed that God won't forgive you. <br />
Who's bigger and greater God or your sins?<br />
Ask him and He'll forgive you :)
If the Creator forgives me my sins, I would be disrespectful of the Creator by not also forgiving myself. I disrespected the Creator and sinned very often in my younger days. But having turned all of that around, today I am an improved Human Being. Although not perfect, I do make progress as I embrace a Spiritual lifestyle.....bc
God bless you and may He give you mind peace :)
If you ask for forgiveness he does..
Have you forgave yourself?..That might be why
Sometimes all you need to do is forgive yourself...
Yeah He does.. He is a great God !!
I believe he forgves us of our sins, but only if we are truly sorry.
Yes, He tells us that (IJohn 1:9). Unbelief in Jesus as our Lord and Savior is the only unforgivable sin.
Does God forgive sins, yes, and many people believe such is the case and want God to all the work and that is where problems arise.<br />
Those that have said the sinners prayer and maybe baptised and been led to believe that they are saved for all times from that time forward have been deceived.<br />
Salvation is ongoing not instantaneus, a one off event it isn't and has caused so many so much confusion and heartache as can be evidenced by stories of lack of faith and God being far off.
And from experience here, peoples concept of God is to treat Him like some sort of Spiritual Santa Claus which of course leads to disappointment and confusion.
Then stop sinning.
God does not care. It is you who judges yourself, and therefore you who needs forgiveness. Im sorry thats just my opinion, I'm not denouncing your belief or faith. Being on this website subjects you to other people's viewpoints...
Exactly. All I'm saying is people should not feel like they need God's forgiveness because God is perfect. Even if you were certain of God's forgiveness, it won't matter. You'd still need to forgive yourself whether God does or not. But believing you have God's forgiveness is not the precedence for which you should determine your own forgiveness of yourself. In other words, If you have God's forgiveness then you are forgiven. You are God.
And for the record, I don't not believe in God. I in fact DO. But not the religious one. Religion points to truth, science points toward fact. God cannot be comprehended, that's the very mockery religion makes of it, him, she, whatevs....
If there was evidence that there was a god then probably... yes... no i doubt it even if he was real.<br />
p.s - I know iam going to receive a lot of hate for that...
You just said the magic word, "faith". You should have faith that God has forgiven your sins. There should be no sign, no words, or no vision required, just faith.
Faith without action becomes a fantasy. At least that is what I have learned to date. Being as good a person as you are able should be a goal everyone aspires too.....bc
Feelings aren't often reality. <br />
If your conscience is speaking, then it might mean you could do a bit better at something. That's there for a reason, but it isn't supposed to be about making you feel what isn't true.
Feeling not good enough is just that....feeling. It's up to you to decide whether the feelings are valid or not. I believe that we are meant to want to do good things and to be better people, but not because we are afraid or beating ourselves up...it's the knowledge that you are loved and accepted and "covered" that frees you from that being a negative thing. You want to love and be all you can because you are loved...not because of the fear that you aren't.
I never feel forgiven. I think he just forgets them then remembers them when you die. Kind of like, "oops! Silly me, you can't come in here, you did (slew of sins)!" Pull the switch and down you go.
Perhaps you have forgotten to forgive yourself. Until you can do that, you may find that you have some unnecessary resentments that hold you back from being as much as you can be...........bc
So it says except for the sin of Blasphemey