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Will God Keep Forgiving Me

Is it true that God will forgive me of all my sins everytime I disobey his commandments? I observe I easily break God laws especially when it comes to relationships in the office and with friends. How can I stop myself from sinning?

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You can not stop sinning. It is impossible. We hate sinning. We do not enjoy it. This is what Sets apart from the saved and the wicked man. We need Jesus. And yes God will keep forgiving you as long as you do not give up. How do we keep from giving up? Don't ask me. I do not know.
---catherine on 1/21/08

As long as you recognize them and repent.

That's the way the mortal condition is: We fall down and get up and fall down and get up and fall down and get up and fall down and finally pick ourselves up on the other side of the threshold of heaven.
---Jack on 1/21/08

Jesus does forgive us of all our sins if we are obedient to him and repent of them. Repentence means NEVER committing them again. We are to love him with all our minds, might and hearts. To do that you avoid the temptings of satan. If you sin, you are hurting the one person you owe everything to and it shows a love professed but not felt within you. It is impossible to be forgiven for something you continue doing. Ask yourself, if Jesus were next to me, would he approve or hang his head in sadness.
---ashley on 5/29/07

First, you must get born again. Trying not to sin on your own will never happen. If you are born again, he will forgive, but this does not mean you can sin willfully anytime you want and then ask for forgiveness. Read 1Cor. 10:13.
---Rev_Herb on 5/29/07

greetings.until your cup of mercy is empty ,if or when that day is.
---earl on 11/2/06

Matthew 4:7 Jesus said unto him,thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God. Satan tempted God with evil,God rebuked him. It's the same with Man,don't tempt God by unholy behavior,Jesus said forgive 70x7 times Matthew 18:22,not unlimited.Luke 13:24 Strive to enter in at the strait gate;for many I say unto you,will seek to enter in,and shall not be able. You break them because you haven't fully commited to change for Jesus. Pray for strength to resist the devil. You can't serve two masters,satan and Jesus.
---Darlene_1 on 11/2/06

Repent means to "turn away from." If you repent, you then need to ask the Lord to help you Never to commit that sin again, keep asking until you stop committing the same sin. Remember, Repent means to turn away from, not re-do again and again.
---Donna9759 on 11/2/06

Paul says, "if you walk by the Spirit, you won't fulfill the deeds of the flesh." Fill yourself up with Spirit and Life which is Jesus's words. Memorize scripture that pertain to your situation. In other words, if it's your mouth getting you in trouble, memorize all the scriptures that say what to do with your mouth, how to speak those things that are pure, true, etc., If it's your temper, memorize scriptures on anger and what do to about it. I'm just using examples.
---Donna9759 on 11/2/06

Let the word of God become "alive and active" in your life. It is able to pierce through both soul and spirit, joints and marrow. Meaning it's able to change you. Get index cards and write down scriptures that pertain to your sin, as you meditate on them and speak them out loud every day, they will become "alive and active" and change you. The word is Jesus, Jesus is the word become flesh. Let Him change you. God Bless you Mightily.
---Donna9759 on 11/2/06

There is a limit to His forgiveness. It happens when you want to keep doing what is wrong and you do not want to confess and repent!
The best way to deal with sin is to recognize your need of a Saviour and to learn more about Him until you are in love with Him and all you want to do is please Him! P.
---Pierrr5358 on 11/2/06

The difference between a Christian and a non-Christian is that where once we were obliged to sin, as Christians we no longer are. More than this, it is the nature of the Christian to not sin. This is the norm not the exception.

If sinning is the norm for you, you need to take a look at just what it means to be a Christian.
---Bruce5656 on 11/2/06

To answer your question, I would need the answer to some questions from you:
Are you a Christian?
Why do you say you are a Christian?
How did you become a Christian?
How long have you been a Christian?

Please feel free to write me personally if you wish.
---Bruce5656 on 11/2/06

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