Yes I Do. ...

yes i do. I don't go to church though. To me I would be a hypocrit. When I'm ready to settle down and completely stop sinning and my repentnance wouldn't be a waste of time, then I will commit myself to god.
Luci Luci
22-25, F
3 Responses May 29, 2007

I'm not going to lie. Jesus is not happy that you're a sinner. However, he understands, more than anyone, that you need his help in your struggle to do right. Remember, those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. Jesus did not come to call the righteous, but sinners.

luci, we cant stop sinning, and the results of sin leads to death, but god has given us imperfect people a gift of forgiveness, its free, jesus paid for all and every sin for every person in the world on the cross, and he gives new lives tha tenable us to live different, its all a gift, and most of all he never condemns anyone. so if you see hypocirts in church, they are making a good choice, they are inthe best place to recieve help

That's refreshing. A brief look at the experiences here leaves me quite baffled, as some people have got all these snotty Christian Fundie statements on the one hand, and confessions of perversions and crimes on the other. It just makes my head hurt, frankly.

it just means that jesus accepts everyone, and that should encourage you to come and recieve help, those who are perverted havent yet had the knowledge that they are free from the power of sin, so they give in to it.