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Can You Name All Your Sins

Can anyone fully understand their sins, even to being able to name them all?

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 ---mima on 1/11/06
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Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal them to you.
---wes on 8/23/08


No...and who would want to? No one can name all of their sins.
---Robyn on 10/10/07


All my sins have been covered by the blood Of the Lamb of God, and I am forgiven by my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Never to be remembered again. No I don't need to name them. Jesus paid the price for us all. We move forward in the plan that God has prepared for us. Amen!
---Cynthia on 9/18/07


ANN::What would you do at the last moments near death if you discovered that maybe your sins were not forgiven & you were convinced by the HS would you then agree to go to Confession to save your immortal soul?or would your pride still prevent you to make your peace with God?
---Emcee on 9/18/07


yeah I can fully understand my sins and I can name them all, but why would I when its nobody business, but Jesus' and im forgiven and he has forgiven me so why would I want to bring them up again, and I know Jesus won't bring it up it is washed away so whats in the past is the past and u can't change it just learn from it.
---ANN on 9/18/07




No. Why would you want to?
Man's problem is not individual sins. It is the fact that he is sinful. When God forgives our sin, we are no longer "sinful" but righteous.
---Bruce5656 on 9/18/07


Jesus forgave all our sins. why would we even want to go back into that bondage again.
---willow on 3/1/06


I don't want to. Where would we be if Echad/God Did? You'll have a disaster "driving forward" with eyes in the rear view mirror. Better to "forget those things which are behind, & press toward the mark of one's calling in Christ Jesus our Lord & Saviour". If the devil reminds one of their past, remind him of his future.
---bob6749_[Elishama] on 2/28/06


alan8869, You are right. I miss understood the question, my bad. I apologize to Mima for my comment.
---Fred_S. on 1/12/06


Bruce ... I had previously decided by comments he had made previously that Mima was male. But having studied latin, where the "a" ending incdicates feminine, and living in England, where only female names end in "a" my subconscious always thinks this is a female contributor. Now having it confirmed that he is male, I will I hope have it drummed into my thick skull!!
---alan8869_of_UK on 1/12/06




I defer to Scripture: Mk 9:24,"...Lord, I believe; help thou mine unbelief". Eph 2:8, "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God". also, Phil 1:29,"For unto you it is given in the behalf of Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for his sake;" Unbelief is our only sin...
---mikefl on 1/11/06


Alan, for the record, mima is a man. :)

(I made the same mistake and assumed him to be female by the nickname.)
---Bruce5656 on 1/11/06


Psalm 103:12 As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions.
---Ulrika on 1/11/06


I could name many of my sins, but what good would that do?

When I believed in Jesus as my savior, his blood payed for my sin. Romans 3:25 \ 5:9 Ephesians 1:7 Colossians 1:14 Hebrews 9:22

Now I confess my sins to God, because I love God and I want to obey him.

Sin hinders my fellowship with God, and answer to prayer.

We can sin in three main ways; thought, word, and deed.

We all sin. Romans 3:23 \ 1John 1:8

If we confess our sins, he forgives us. 1John 1:9
---Ulrika on 1/11/06


Can't name them all, not enough time, but I've used those sins to minister and teacher to others, to show them the difference in what I was and who I am now in Christ. The difference having Jesus in my heart and that horrible girl I once was. I pray my mistakes will keep others from repeating them.
---Nellah on 1/11/06


Fred S ... Mima did not make the question too personal, she has not asked any of us to disclose our sins on the blog, and only asked if it is possible to understand all our sins. And she is right to wonder about this. There is one on the blogs who understands his sin so well that he knows he does not sin at all. And there are others who have maintained that every single individual sin has to recalled and repented to be saved.
I think the answer to Mima is "No, we cannot"
---alan8869_of_UK on 1/11/06


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, i can't even remember most of my sins, and the ones i do remember would take years to list them all.
---steve on 1/11/06


Mima! Come on now. Don't you think that's getting alittle too personal? And if we did understand our sins (the one's we are aware of), don't you think we would have already confessed them by now?
---Fred_S. on 1/11/06


No, I know that I can't, but praise God that Jesus bore all of my sins in His body on that tree.(I Peter 2:24)
That is the awesome thing about salvation. We are not called to confess all of our sins so that we can recieve salvation. We can't even remember them all, but we are to do what it says in Romans 10:9-10.
---Rickey on 1/11/06


Fortunately, I cannot. As God has both forgiven and forgotten them I don't think it would be a good exercise to try and bring them back to my own remembrance either. The ones that I can remember are quite sufficient without straining my brain thinking about the others.
---M.A. on 1/11/06


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