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Christian With Unconfessed Sin

A born-again, washed in the blood, Christian dies with unconfessed sin in their life. Is it hell or heaven for this person?

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Obewan/Kathr, how true your statements are. I also do think that no one can remember every single sin. But I believe the longer you are a Christian the more you can see sin in your life. The longer we read Scripture the more we find out what we should not do. But there are many instances where we do sin, and when we do, we know we have. Our reaction should always be to ask God to forgive us. We cannot let it be a habit anymore since we are free from the slavery and consequences of sin. We are free from the penalty of it, free from the wages of it, because we have died with Christ. We can only die Once with Christ. Therefore we can say that sin cannot kill me, I am already died.
---MarkV. on 6/16/09

Sin encompasses both sins of commission and sins of omission.

I would be very suprised if there are any Christians who have the ability to confess every single little sin. As Christians we strive to do the best we can to confess our sins, but if I get angry at someone in traffic and only just call him a fool, and then forget about it, I have sinned!

I think under Grace, we are forgiven. But, that does not mean we should not make an effort to confess. Confession should include prayer for Gods support to stop that sin in the future.
---obewan on 6/16/09

A Christian with unconfessed sin goes to hell? Ans. For sin shall have NO power over you. There is no punishment left for those in Christ. HE has set us free from sin. We are dead to sin.
How many more scriptures do we need to tell us what we have in HIM and what HE did for us???
---duane on 6/15/09

The Question here need to be addressed.

Let me ask you...If someone raped and murdered your 5 year old son or daughter for example, and you did not immediately forgive the person who did it (as we are to forgive our enemies) and you die before working through your anger and this horrible you go to hell?

That kind of teaching KILLS the sanctification process of us being conformed to His Image. We are NOT immediately CONFORMED to the Image of Jesus Christ. We are being changed from Glory to Glory.

The OT sacrifice of an animal covered sin. No one had to confess each and every sin moment by monent to be covered. It was once a year....

Who ever posted this question does not understand Salvation.

---kathr4453 on 6/15/09

After reading the replies I would like to ask this question. What is a BESETTING SIN ? Is it possible for someone to be accepted into heaven with a besetting sin? Is it possible to rid ourselves of besetting sin?
---mima on 6/15/09

We as christians need to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
We must confess our sins, if we die committing a sin, we will go to hell. Holiness is still right. Please let us follow God's word, we need to stop water downing the gospel of christ. Suiside is a sin that you cannot get forgiveness for.
---chevette on 6/15/09

Hell: unconfessed and unrepentant sin does not get forgiven.
---Delbert_W._Whaley on 3/1/09

Anyone who is in Christ is a new creation, the old has passed and they have become new. A person may lose rewards but not salvation. Salvation is a gift through faith in Christ, and not of ourselves lest any man should boast. Both of those are in the Bible. Also, in Ephesians chapter 1, the Bible speaks of how we (Christians) are chosen in Christ before the foundation of the world that we should be holy and blameless in Him in love. The Bible says that Christians are seated in heavenly places in Christ and sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise until the day of redemption. The Bible teaches over and over that Christ is our righteousness, not ourselves. I pray the Holy Spirit will place that in your heart so that you may be at rest in Him.
---Leisa on 2/27/09

John 16:8-10 "And He, when He comes, will convict the world concerning sin, and righteousness, and judgment, concerning sin, because they do not believe in Me, and concerning righteousness, because I go the Father, and you no longer behold Me, Do you believe in Jesus? I do too. Why do pastors and others tell us the Holy Spirit convicts God's children of their sins? Read the scripture. The Holy Spirit convicts those who don't believe in Jesus of their sins. The Holy Spirit convicts me of my righteousness. Jesus died for my sins, rose from the dead and went to the Father. I know this. When I stumble the Holy Spirit reminds me of who I am in Christ Jesus.
---Bob on 2/26/09

Hell. They died in their sins.
---Betty on 2/26/09

Barbara-- Yes, praise God! it is finished!
---Donna on 2/26/09

Yes we all sin, and yes some of those sins are too "embarassing" to tell a pastor. If we are completely free from that sin, and KNOW firmly that we will never do it again, then your fine. Repent to the Lord, tell Him you know you have sinned and you hate that sin but devil keeps bringing it back to you. Since our God is an awesome God, He takes the sin away from us and gives us strength to pass thru the trials without looking to the sides. AMEN!
---Tonia on 2/26/09

Greetings everybody. I found this site by mistake really, but wanted to throw something in. Nobody knows every sin they commit to confess them. We all sin daily and sometimes without even knowing it.
When Jesus died on that cross and said it is finished, praise God that is what He meant. Sin was conquered, the grave was conquered and those who believe are saved. The thief on the cross simply asked Jesus to remember him when Jesus went into his Kingdom. Jesus told him he would be in paradise, not to confess all sins first. The thief was saved because he believed.
---Barbara on 2/25/09

I believe if you have known sin in your life, your must repent and change. I think known sin will keep us out of Heaven. If God convicts me of something I have done wrong, I repent and change!
---PrincessTookie on 3/8/08

Heaven. It is much easier to have unconfessed sin than it is to not. If you say hell, you start putting too much emphasis on works again (I have to police myself with one more thing), and not enough grace and mercy.
---Roger on 2/27/08


How many of us remember every single sin we have ever committed in our lives (or even know of all of them). So we all die with SOME unconfessed sins. Does this mean that we all go to hell?
---StrongAxe on 1/26/08

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It depends entirely on what the unconfessed sin is. 1 John 5:17 says "there is sin not leading to death". The opposite of this is to be found in Galatians 5:19-21 and 1 Corinthians 6:9,10 where sins are listed that "those practicing such things will not inherit the kingdom of God."
---Helen_5378 on 1/25/08

Bruce: I've already explain my beliefs several times on other blogs. Durane; I am going to stop talking or replying to you because you are a confusing man, which in turn, confuses me, and God is not the auther of confusion.
---Rebecca_D on 3/14/07

The Bible says, If we confess our sin, He is faithful and just to cleanse us of all unrighteousness. However if we are unrighteous... The Bible also says, without holiness no one can see God. We must be holy as He is holy. We must confess all sin to Him.
---Yolanda on 3/14/07

We are forgiven saints of God. Why not rejoice in that? As true christians, we all repent (turn from sin), its part of our nature as we have the Spirit living in us to show us the good and the evil. As Christians we dont repent to be forgiven, we are forgiven always and totally. Sin can never make us not forgiven, as we are dead to sin, set free from sin by His blood.
Remember...sin has no power over a Christian.
Why are you confessing sin to Jesus so you can be forgiven???
---duane on 3/14/07

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You have repeatedly said that one sin will keep you from Heaven. You state you take time each day to repent of any sin. You have admtted you sin each day. But you have never been prepared to admit that in the time between your sin and your time of repentence, if you should die you would go to Hell.

Yet here you once again tell Duane that there is no forgiveness with out specific repentence.
---BRUCE5656 on 3/14/07

So, here is a straight forward question for you:

If you sin today and die before you pray tonight for forgivness for any sin you may have committed today, what happens to your soul?
---BRUCE5656 on 3/14/07

The Holy Bible is very clear, when you die in sin you go to hell, and when you die in righteousness you go to heaven. After salvation from sin if one chooses to resume sin, they are no longer saved, but instead they are lost and No sin can enter into heaven. Please read I Corinthians 6:9,10.
---Eloy on 3/13/07

Hell is full and continually being filled with unrepentant backsliders.
---Eloy on 3/13/07

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Hell is full and continually being filled with unrepentant backsliders.
---Eloy on 3/13/07

Duane; no people aren't always forgiven. If they ask God then yes they are forgiven. Judas wasn't forgiven, why because he didn't ask Jesus to forgive him. Do really believe that no matter what you do or say, your forgiven without asking? How did you become born again Duane?
---Rebecca_D on 3/13/07

We cant read one sentence..lets read more..
If we walk in the light, the blood cleanses us continually from all sin. (Saved christian)
If we say we have no sin, the truth is not in us..(Not saved)
However, If we confess we have sinned, He will forgive us and continually cleanse us.
He is talking of saved and unsaved.
I had to shortin the verses but read the complete verses when you have time.
---duane on 3/13/07

But if we confess our sins, He will forgive our sins. We can trust God. He does what is right. If we say we have not sinned. then we make God a liar. We do not accept God's true teaching. [1 John 1,9-10.] We ask Father to forgive us in the name of Jesus. That is Why Jesus came. To bring us back to God.
---catherine on 3/13/07

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It does not say in 1john 1:9 to ask Jesus to forgive you. Its just not in the bible
His children are always forgiven
---duane on 3/13/07

These people do not go to heaven. Because the bible tells us ask and it shall be forgiven. If one doesn't ask, then he/she isn't forgiven. 1 Jn 1:9. We need to confess our sins and ask to be forgiven.
---Rebecca_D on 3/13/07

they go to heaven
do not pass go do not collect $$$$$ straight to heaven
---becky on 3/11/07

When I said our heart must be pure from sin, that wasn't hearsay, that is from the bible. I know the flesh is going to sin, that is what flesh does best. But our heart must be pure in God's eyes. Mt 5:8. If a person doesn't have a pure heart, would that person go to heaven?
---Rebecca_D on 7/31/06

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\4\ actually includes them. I John was written to help you know YOU ARE SAVED if you're deeply concerned about sin in your life. But don't turn that into a legalistic burden! Look for fruit in your life, love your brother as God commanded us, but then rightfully have joy that you are His child. Read Romans 8:29-35 ff. If you are one of God's elect, you're already glorified in His eyes! So obey Him out of love and thankfulness for choosing you.
---danie9374 on 7/27/06

\3\ You need to realize your salvation does not depend upon YOU keeping a 'perfect score' on some 'confessed sins sheet'! Read portions of Scripture such as Ephesians 2:1-10 You "have been saved"; not 'might be saved' as long as you confess every single sin. But why do people live like that? I'm guessing some have a very difficult time with all of this, and feel a need to do something that convices them that God's promise... [cont.]
---danie9374 on 7/27/06

\2\ your heart from your body. Therefore, you may still die with 'sin in your heart.' If you really believe that sends you to hell, that's a horribly dreadful life! John wrote 1 John 1 and 2 about the sanctification of Believers, not their salvation. He wanted us to know the kind of life that should characterize those who are truly saved; not some method we must follow to be saved, and in effect falsely think we can help save ourselves! [Cont.]
---danie9374 on 7/27/06

\1\ Rebecca, I think Bruce, Donna & others expect you to say something like: 'OK, if a true Believer was sinning the moment they died, that does *not* mean they *must* go to hell.' Can you agree with that? As to your idea of a sinful body with a 'pure heart,' you must be very careful; that's getting close to a heresy that excused all 'sins of the flesh,' because for them, Christ only died for our spirit/heart! I know you don't believe that, but WHEN we sin, you cannot separate... [cont.]
---danie9374 on 7/27/06

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In the past you have made it clear that if you die with "an unconfessed sin" you believe you would go to hell. Now you speak of "sins of the flesh" and "sins of the heart"? I don't find any distinction between different sins in my bible. Could you please provide your scriptural proof for such a statment? "you just got to make sure...our heart is pure from sin, not our flesh, "
---Bruce5656 on 7/26/06

Ryan we confess our sins to God, through Jesus. We don't need preist, pastor, congregation to witness our repentance.
It seems that some here think thjat if we commit a sin since we last confess, and dies before we confess and repent of it, we will go to hell.
What then of the guy who is sinnning by speedig in his car, and kills himself whilst doing so? No chance to confess, so go to Hell?
No way!!
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/26/06

"Unconfessed sin?" what does this mean? Who did this "Christian" not confess his sin to? A priest? A pastor? A congregation? When you ask Jesus to wash all your sins it means just that "All Your Sins" you have confessed you are a sinner it's not like you go down a list and confess them one at a time He takes them ALL away. What a Christian should not do is accept Jesus and continue in sin.
---Ryan on 7/26/06

Rebecca-please listen to Danie and A Servent. Their answers are quite clear, I think. And Madison told how as a child she feared nightly, that without a certain prayer, she might go to Hell. BIG burden for a small child! Big burden for US fallible adults!

When you keep looking at your sins, you are looking at YOURSELF not at HIM or where HE wants to take you. He'll show you what to repent of. Just keep "looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith.." Heb 12:2
---Donna2277 on 7/26/06

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Rebecca--Why confess? My post #1 to you (omitted by mod)said: Either you are in the Lambs book of Life, or you are not. Either you are married or you are not. If you are married and commit a wrong against you're husband, are you then unmarried? No. Confess, tell him you are sorry, and you will be even closer than before. Hide your wrongdoing, refuse to repent, and you will still be married, but may be miserable in the relationship. "Husbands love your wives as Christ loves the church.."Eph. 5:25
---Donna2277 on 7/26/06

Bruce and others; you just got to make sure you don't have an odd against someone and our heart is pure from sin, not our flesh, God knows our flesh is going to sin, but our heart needs to be/stay pure from all sin. Donna; in order to be forgiven, one must ask for forgiveness. Yes God will forgive us, all we got to do is ask. Betty, yes we need to repent daily, Danie, I never said no one is without sin, so I did use it correctly, because you missed my point.
---Rebecca_D on 7/26/06

3. On the one hand, they say, "pray to God" so He can change your circumstances, and on another, they say, "God cannot do anything" unless man let Him. Some kind of contradiction don't you think? Their answers are Arminian, and then Calvinistic on another. They just don't get it. God is where we put our trust. God is Lord, and that means ruler. Man is never mentioned as ruler. The word faith teachers have really planted this thoughts on many.
---Lupe2618 on 7/26/06

2. every single day I hear the same thing. I don't understand because so much truth is given to us about God. Many with the attitude of man, look into Scripture for passages that will confirm their believes but don't read Scripture as a whole. From the beginning God explains who He is and how He has worked through the ages with humans. How they disobeyed and what happened to them. It is God center. I hear the same people answer both ways sometimes, and I think they don't even realize it.
---Lupe2618 on 7/26/06

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Daniel, your statements are so true. I have tried to make sense with others everyday on this issue but many continue going back to sins and repentance and people losing salvation and its up to man. I believe that all of it is man-centered. Many on line believe the same way. When we explain that many sins we don't remember, or that we could die at any time, they insist you are going to hell. I believe it all comes from a man-centered theology.
---Lupe2618 on 7/26/06

Romans chapter 6 answers this question. Those who are crucified with Christ, have crucified the old man, the first adam, have then the power within by the Holy Spirit, Romans 8:13, to die to self daily. The answer to sin, then for the Born Again Christian, is to walk in the Spirit. We are a new creation in Christ. Colossians ch 2. Complete in Him. It's Finished. Praise God!!!
---kathr4453 on 7/26/06

[4] And neither does missing some particular sin (or forgotten or unknown sins) keep Believers for whom Christ died, out of heaven. What about people with a whole string of sins they decide never to confess? If a thief continues stealing and deceives himself into thinking it's not sin, will he go to heaven? I'd hope most of us would say he never really became a Christian. We go to hell if we don't hate all our sin; if we love some sin(s) more than Christ!
---danie9374 on 7/26/06

[3] 'weed out' both of these false doctrines: 1) Those who think they can do whatever they want on earth ("continue to sin" as Paul wrote in Romans 6:1-15 ff.) because of Christ's grace (Jesus dying for all our sin). Verse 9 addresses that lie; true Believers hate sin and confess it whenever they can, and 2) The concept that any sinful human could ever become sinless in their earthly body. Verse 8 says no!. [Cont.]
---danie9374 on 7/26/06

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[2] 'How can both verses be correct? They appear to disagree with each other. The answer is: John's not saying we could ever be absoltuely sure we've confessed every single possible 'act of sin,' but rather 'what attitude characterizes your life?' True Christians have a deep concern over sin and are generally offended by it, so want to confess their sins to God. But that never makes an earthbound Believer sinless! John wrote this passage (vv.8-9) to... [cont.]
---danie9374 on 7/26/06

[1] Rebecca, although 'Truthfinder' didn't really deal with 1 John 1:9 correctly, neither have you. We can never pull a verse out of its whole context. Verse 8 says, "If we say that we have no sin, we are deceiving ourselves and the truth is not in us." So, if you believe 'confessing your latest overt act of sin' makes you sinless and acceptable before God, v.8 says you've deceived yourself. John is writing about Christians in both verses! You should be asking,... [cont.]
---danie9374 on 7/26/06

We are to repent daily
---Betty2 on 7/26/06

#2 Rebecca-- You might also look at it this way. God is our Heavenly Father. When we are born again, it is into His family.As children we can disobey Him. We know we must ask forgiveness.
Or we may hurt Him even without realizing it and need some hard teaching before we repent. Either way, he forgives us. He doesn't put up with misbehavior. But He doesn't put us out of the family until we repent."Like as a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear Him" Ps 103:13
---Donna2277 on 7/26/06

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Rom 5:20 . . . But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound:

God is not going to damn His Bride because of unconfessed sin. Her righteousness is by His act anyway, not by her actions.

He loves her too much to lose her now, after working His plan for thousands of years to retrieve her.
---a_servant on 7/26/06

Rom 8:9 . . . ye are . . . in the Spirit, if . . . the Spirit of God dwell in you. Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his.

In order to be saved, God must give you his Spirit. It is like consumating the marriage.

To now damn you after giving you His Spirit is like divorcing you, & He would then have to retrieve His Spirit, which He won't because He does not retrieve gifts. He does not lie.
---a_servant on 7/26/06

Rom 11:29 For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance.

Eph 2:8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:

One cannot save himself or condemn himself. Once God gives a gift, He does not take it back.
---a_servant on 7/26/06

Rebecca ... I have the same difficulty as Bruce with what you say. If we confess daily, what happens when (not if) we sin before the next confession/repentance time? The same problem occurs even if we confess/repent every hour, or even immediately after each sin, because what happens if we die during the time we are sinning?
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/26/06

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Rebecca: When I was a Catholic, I was told to pray the Act of Contrition every night before I went to sleep, in case I died, my sins would already be forgiven. What you are saying is just the same thing.

I am redeemed NOW, forever. Romans 8:38-39 says that NOTHING can separate me from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus. NOTHING. Zero, zip, nada. I do not have to repeatedly pray prayers of confession over and over again to make sure I don't miss something. I am redeemed.
---Madison1101 on 7/25/06

Rebecca- Yes, we need to confess and repent of our sins. If we love God and want to please Him, if the HS is in us, THAT we will do. But if I believed as you do I'd be terrified all the time lest overlooking one, not recognizing one, I'd go to Hell. It would leave the WHOLE burden of my salvation on MY shoulders alone. I don't understand. What's the "good news" of the Gospel? That Jesus bled and died so that MAYBE, if I'm careful,I can get to Heaven?
---Donna2277 on 7/25/06

God said he would keep us in prefect peace whos mind is on him. Meaning as long as we are in the attitude of prayer, thanksgiving and forgiveness we remind in perfect peace. God said he does not like lurkwarm you will either be hot or cold, saint or sinner. everytime sin committed we should be seeking forgiveness and repentance whether every minute, hour or day. This is also why God esteemed David because he knew God would not favor him with sin in his life and immediately repented of any wrong doing
---shannon on 7/25/06

Would you please answer my question? I really would like to know how you see this working out in practice. It is fine to say you "ask God to check our heart every day
" but what about the inbetween times? Between the times you take the time to ask God to "check your heart?"
---Bruce5656 on 7/25/06

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Truthfinder; 1 John 1:9 says that IF WE CONFESS he is faithfull and just to forgive us of our sins, notice it said IF WE CONFESS he is just to forgive our sins. it didn't say that we were already forgiven, it said if we confess he is just to forgive us. But we need to confess first. Like I said we need to repent every day. Job set forth good examples, he asked God to search his heart to see if there be anything hidden, and he also repented just in case, a sin went unconfessed.
---Rebecca_D on 7/25/06

But, Rebecca, we are righteous ONLY by his Death, ONLY in HIM, not because we confess and ask forgiveness for every sin.(I'm not denying the importance of repentance..The Holy Spirit draws us to repentance).

But Jesus didn't die so we'd have a CHANCE at righteousness by believing on Him. Jesus TOOK our sins, all of them, yours and mine, upon Himself on the cross. Now when God looks at US, He sees CHRIST and HIS righteousness because we are IN Christ. That's what the Atonement is all about.
---Donna2277 on 7/25/06


When does this time of reflection and confession take place? Once a day? Twice? Ever hour? There are many ways to die suddenly and unexpectedly.

What if you die on the way home from work in a car accident? What if you slip and fall in the shower and break your neck? What if you have a massive heart attack? What if this happens to you before you take the time in your day for reflection and confession?
---Bruce5656 on 7/24/06

What do you mean by UNCONFESSED? We all sin in ways we do not understand, or feel it is not important - I take it that God will forgive, as He forgives me for all my other sins. If I make sin a central part of my life, and live for it, desire it above God, am I a christian then?
---peter5448 on 7/24/06

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please read 1 john 1v9 IF WE CONFESS, we are already forgiven!! not only that but also cleansed from ALL UNRIGHTEOUSNESS!! helleluyah!!! Yahuweh no longer sees the mess we are in because of Yahushua's offering of himself!!!THIS IS THE TRUE GOOD NEWS!!
---truthfinder on 7/24/06

Christ died for ALL sins the Christian makes even if one is unforgotten. The bible does say that not all sin leads to death. That is the sin of Gods children. 1 John 5:13-18. If one does remembers and knows it is sin I think they should confess it. But Christ paid for our sin already.
---judit4846 on 7/24/06

Susie; we must ask God to search our heart to see if there be anything hidden, as Job did. Donna; all of us need to ask God to check our heart every day, there might be something that is hidden. that verse you quoted, it said "we might be", it didn't say we were made righteousness. Hos 5:15, Job 33:27, Lk 13:3. A person must ask for forgiveness in order to be forgiven. If God has already forgiven us on all the sins past, present, future, then why does Jesus tell us to repent for our sins?
---Rebecca_D on 7/24/06

Amen Donna:

Rebecca: The blood of Christ has washed me of all sin, before and after, confessed and unconfessed.
---Madison1101 on 7/23/06

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A born-again "washed-in-the-blood" Christian goes to Heaven. He goes there not because he is sinless in himself, but because he is Redeemed.".. If any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous" I Jn 2:1. "For He hath made Him to be sin for us, who knew no sin that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him. II Cor 5:21
---Donna2277 on 7/23/06

We all sin everyday. Sometimes I get angry at a driver in front of me, or I might think a not so nice word about someone. My point is, it would be impossible for us to remember every sin. We are only human.
---Debbie on 7/23/06

If any person reading this believes they do not have unconfessed sin ,perhaps they should look again at their life!
---mima on 7/23/06

Rebecca--I hope you count and confess every sin before you get on the freeway. Better not miss any!
---Donna2277 on 7/22/06

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How do you have unconfessed sin in your life and be born-again and washed in the blood? Don't you repent? It isn't just about accepting Jesus Christ as Savior. It's about repenting! If your life isn't changed you better take another look about whether you were truly born-again.
---Susie on 7/22/06

They would go to hell. Sin can't enter in heaven. Peter tells us to repent, for anything that was against God. Job asks God to search his heart to see if there be anything hidden. How could a person go to heaven with sin in their heart? doesn't the bible tells us for our heart to be pure and for it to be spotless before Jesus?
---Rebecca_D on 7/22/06

They will still go to heaven but will loose rewards. You will still stand before Christ and be judged. How will you feel standing before Christ and you life be exposed?

How would you feel if Jesus (in person, phyical body) came to your house today and spent the day with you? Would your day be different? Would you not do some things you normally do?
---Rev_Herb on 7/22/06

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