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Are All Sins Forgivable

I have sinned a terrible sin. Are all sins forgivable? I have been comfirmed and believe in God and have asked for forgivness but I still feel guilt and worry over my sin.

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once u have asked 4 4givness your sin is washed clean. Jesus doesn't want us 2 worry about our sin. That's why he died 4 us. If u have a bible read 1 john 1:9. This verse tells us that no madder what we do we will b 4given. Another verse is john 6:37. This verse makes me feel so free. If u will please respond back 2 me and we can talk
---clay on 7/29/08

The only sin that is unforgiveable is blaspheming the Holy Spirit.

If you have accepted Jesus as your savior, your sins are forgiven. What you are feeling is the result of Satan. He wants you to be miserable and not experience the freedom Christ has given you in His death on the cross. Rebuke the devil and praise the Lord for His grace and forgiveness.
---Madison1101 on 12/27/07

Psalm 32:5
I acknowledge my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will confess my transgressions unto the LORD; and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin. Selah.

Proverbs 28:13
He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.
---kathr4453 on 5/5/07

Duane: My sins that I commited in my past, are under the blood. Take Judas for example. He knew Jesus, walked with him day and night. But yet when he betrayed him, he didn't ask Jesus to forgive him. So therefore Jesus didn't. The UNREPENTED SINS WILL be counted AGAINST US. David knew that he sinned against the Lord, but yet he pleaded that God would forgive him. Ps 51:1-17. If sin isn't held against you anymore, then you shouldn't worry about forgiving your neighbor, if they done you wrong.
---Rebecca_D on 5/4/07

The sin charged upon them, the most shameful, ungrateful thing that could be, that they repented not. Wilful impenitency is the great damning sin of multitudes that enjoy the gospel.
---catherine on 5/4/07

I have posted the truth..
Why is it, people can quote 1 verse of scripture(1 john 1:9) and base their belief on it. Read all of it.
He doesnt count sin against us.
Sin has no power over us
Were set free from sin
Were dead to sin
While we were still enemies of God, He forgave us.
Jesus took sin away
We never hear these verses on these blogs, and there are many more. Lets get with it.
Are we forgiven saints or sinner saints..

---duane on 5/4/07

conscience is a good thing, if you are still feeling guilty then it is possible that you have not done your part to amend the sin. True forgiveness will go and make resititution and/or apologize for whatever wrong the offender committed, then you will have no more guilty conscience continuing to make you feel responsible for the wrong you did. There are some wrongs that cannot be made right, as in the wronged one is unreachable are passed away, then much prayer is in order for such cases.
---Eloy on 5/3/07

Why do you think it's terrible? Because it's socially shameful, or because you know it really displeases God? What helps me is to see how a really bad thing hurts another person, how I have been just USING someone, not being sensitive to how others are feeling persons and not just objects for me to use.

And as I myself forgive, and LOVE the ones I forgive, this gets me better in the goodness of God's love.
---Bill_bila5659 on 5/4/07

duane:One analogy of Jesus washing Peter's feet,mean that while we are in this world we get our feet dirty. We dont need to be washed ALL OVER each time we do sin,(saved, lost,saved,lost,stuff)but as forgiven Saints, we are still human and still sin. The remedy is: 1st John: If we confess our sin, He is faithful and just (yes of coarse He is) to forgive and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

Presumptuousness will stunt your growth!
---kathr4453 on 5/4/07

If you are truly saved all sins are forgiverable except ofcourse blasphemy against the Holy Spirit,A sin that consists of attributing Christ's miracles to the work of Satan. [Matt. 12:31-32]. If you are truly repentant God has forgiven you, then you should not be feeling guilty. I suspect that Satan is at work. Ask God to help you and He will.
---catherine on 5/3/07

Duane - "If we confess our sins" clearly speaks of us, born-again Christians. There is not even a slight indication that this is meant for the lost. You have twisted and distorted this particular scripture.
---Helen_5378 on 5/3/07

Duane; Repent means that one acknowledges that they have sinned. Ps 32:5, 1 Jn 1:9. One must confess their sins and ask forgiveness before they can be forgiven. 2 Ch 7:14, Lk 7:47, her past sins which were many, were forgiven. You are trying to convert people over to your beliefs that goes against the bible. We should seek forgiveness from God every time we sin. He desires the inward parts Ps 51:6. How can God forgive you of your sins, if you don't ask for him to?
---Rebecca_D on 5/3/07

Yes, I know too well about grieving the Holy Spirit, Kath4453. Not a smart thing to do. When I do I pay, And pray for forgiveness. Then I get to live one more day. + Have a pleasant evening.
---catherine on 5/3/07

It seems that some dont have a good basic foundation of what Christianity is and what the blood of Christ does...Ill leave this subject for now, so some wont sin by their denial.
...In Him, we have forgiveness.....
(Blessed is the man whose sins are not counted against him.)
---duane on 5/3/07

catherine: Amazing HUH? It's the most natural thing in the whole world isn't it! Love repents, is sorry, grieves when the Lord is grieved (don't *grieve* the Holy Spirit) That's what happens when men are taught by men and not by God. "Theology" gets in the way of a personal relationship. People are living Theology. They have to be told what is and what isn't! That is not Christianity! That's hotdog water! God Bless!
---kathr4453 on 5/3/07

Kath 4453... Don't listen to anyone who saids that we don't have to continually ask for forgiveness. I will quote God one more time on this, then everyone can do as they please. "Get forgiveness or go to hell."
---catherine on 5/3/07

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Im trying to make people think...Tell me, if your saved, how can you be unforgiven? I wanna know. What did Jesus do to sin???
1 john 1:9...Is for the lost. It says, if we confess our sins, He will cleanse us from all unrighteousness....Scripture says the saved have been made righteous.
We are forgiven saints...there is no other.
Will we keep on sinning MORE if forgiven?
Not if we are faithful.(We hate sin)..The saved live by faith. If no faith, your lost..
---duane on 5/3/07

In Him we HAVE forgiveness of sin....
---duane on 5/3/07

duane: You said,"When saved,we ARE forgiven continually, we don't ask for it, we have it." That statement can be misconstrued to mean we never,after we are saved,ASK for forgiveness,that we can just go on doing anything we want, and live presumptuously knowing we are forgiven without asking or confessing or repenting. I hope you didn't mean that. This "Love is never having to say you're sorry" is a bunch of baloney! It leads to lawlessness and a seared conscience. It's wrong theology.
---kathr4453 on 5/3/07

Duane - If we are automatically forgiven, then how do you reconcile 1 John 1:9 to this? ("If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.")
---Helen_5378 on 5/3/07

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8If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.

9If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
---kathr4453 on 5/3/07

Madison 1101 is the only one correct.
When saved, we ARE forgiven continually, we dont ask for it, we have it. Without it we could not be saved. Have you ever heard of a Christian who is justified, who is a saint, who is set free from sin, also dead to sin, that is not forgiven of sin??.. DUH...Hello?
While we were still sinners and enemies of God, Christ reconciled us to God through His blood.
---duane on 5/2/07

If we confess our sins God is faithful in forgiving our sins. he has separated you from them as far as the East is from the West. The guilt you might have is one of 2 things, either Satan trying to get you to believe a lie. Or it may be the Spirit of God urging you to reconcile with those that were affected by your sin. Pray about it, if it is Satan God will comfort if it is God then He will continue to urge you to reconcile.
---Jared on 5/2/07

That is the unpardonable, unforgiveable sin, Kevin. That is true.
---Gabrielle on 5/1/07

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All manner of sin and blasphemy can be forgiven except blaspheming the holy ghost. So what ever sin was commited just ask God in faith to forgive you and it shall be done Read the first epistle of John the 1st chapter and the ninth verse.
---Kevin on 3/31/07

You could be totally forgiven by everyone and still feel guilt and worry. YOUR guilt and worry about a "sin" must be forgiven by YOU. You can not change the "sin" because it is in the past. YOU can change the guilt and worry if it is NOW.
---peter8365 on 1/8/07

Its_me_Mark, I'm so glad that I could help you. It was something that I had to learn the hard way. Just remember that Jesus was tempted just as we are, but without sin. He fully understands what you are going through. Don't ever think that you, a child of God, can't receive your Father's forgiveness. The devil will tell you that you're not good enough to receive God's forgiveness, but the Word of God says differently (1 John 1:9). God bless.
---Kay on 1/4/07

I suppose that's why we ignore the facts that the virgin lands that the LORD has givin us we so readily abuse! OH SO WHAT!!! Even though God created such a beautiful setting for us I guess it's are right to polute the clean waters he gave us to drink, to fill the air with soot and smog that he gave us to breath to torture the animals he gave us to eat. OH THAT'S RITE WE'RE HUMANE!!!
---Mark on 1/3/07

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Donna, born-again believers don't practice known sinful deeds. This is what 1 John 3:8,9 is referring to. We do sin daily, but we don't willingly practice sinful acts.

"I would be happy to explain it to you."

So what's your understanding of it?

"Love you Kay."

Sweet! :)

---Kay on 1/3/07

just want to thank you all for replying, the guilt is starting to go away, as i start to pick my spirit back up of the ground, Kay, you did say somthing i want to thank you for,"Satans guilt trips pull you away from Christ and cause you to feel hopeless and worthless. Have you been feeling this way?", exactly what i been feeling, always wanted to be as holy as i can be and i felt this sin would make it useless for me to try cause i did fall into temptation. you all help, thanks so much god bless
---Its_me_Mark on 1/3/07

God forgives ALL sin. Guilt & worry come from Satan. Sin opens the door to Satan's control over you. Denounce Satan & his kingdom, & he will not be able to make you feel guilty.
---Leslie on 1/3/07

Hey my name is mark also...
WHen we have feelings of guilt after we've asked for forgivness, it is definately satan trying to get you down, soo down that you dont feel like you can do anything spiritual, seems to happen alot also when we've ignored God as christians for a long time and try to come back and spend some quality time, ITS OF SATAN YOU HAVE AUTHORITY OVER SATAN NO MATTER WHAT YOU FEEL...
---mark on 1/3/07

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Augusta - The "sacrament of reconciliation", along with all other "sacraments" are the pure invention of the RCC. There is no Biblical basis for them whatsoever. It is very obvious that you do not know your Bible very well at all because of all the error you keep proclaiming. And please no lame reply like "it is in the interpretation". God's Word is truth full stop.
---Helen_5378 on 1/3/07

Kay, I was referring to this scripture in
1 John 3:6: Whosoever abideth in him sinneth not: whosoever sinneth hath not seen him, neither known him.
Do you understand what this scripture means? I would be happy to explain it to you. Love you Kay.
---Donna9759 on 1/3/07

Mark, if you have repented of that particular sin then you have been forgiven of that sin. If you are still feeling guilt it may be Satan trying to remind you of a sin that God has already forgiven. Sometimes it can be difficult to distinguish between the devil's accusations and God's convictions. Satans guilt trips pull you away from Christ and cause you to feel hopeless and worthless. Have you been feeling this way?
---Kay on 1/2/07

"Get to know God and you will never sin again."

Donna, thats not realistic. We sin daily.
---Kay on 1/2/07

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Mark, you say you have been confirmed. What does that mean? Sounds like a Catholic term to me (I was Catholic 23 years ago). Sounds like you believe in God, but don't know the Great God Jehovah. Get to know God and you will never sin again. Repent in sackcloth and ashes. The Lord says,"return to me with weeping, mourning and fasting" and I will return to you says the Lord God.
---Donna9759 on 1/2/07

This is why Jesus instituted the Sacrament of Reconciliation. By His awesome mercy He gives us a way to know we are forgiven.
---augusta on 1/2/07

Aren't we putting ourselves above God when we accept His forgiveness but don't forgive ourselves? Repent, accept forgiveness, forgive yourself, and make atonement if necessary. (Example: A theft would need to be resolved by returning the item or paying for it, facing the victim and offering a sincere apology, and turning yourself over to the authorities if indicated).
---Jadyn on 1/2/07

All sins can be forgiven except the rejection of Christ, that is the unpardonable sin. If you have been born again and have asked for forgiveness, then you are forgiven. There is no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus. Condemnation and guilt are from the devil, and he is a liar.
---Debbie on 1/2/07

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Mark, Bruce5656 is right.
---Helen_5378 on 1/2/07

So you have been confirmed. Have you been born again as Jesus talked to Nicodemus about in John chapter 3? You will not find forgivness in confirmation or any other church ritual. You need a saviour. A personal redeemer that you can have confidence in. Jesus is that one. Go to him.
---Bruce5656 on 1/2/07

greetings.The way of the transgressor is hard.Forgive and you will be forgiven.This does not mean that you do not have to render to Caesar things that are Caesar's.You may have to pay your debt to society as the laws may demand.
---earl on 1/1/07

Yes Mark all sin is forgiven except one, refusing the prompting of the Holy Spirit to accept, acknowledge & confess the atoning sacrifice of Jesus as all sufficient for salvation. Acceptance of His salvation will be manifest by a adherence to, reliance & dependence upon &, a trust in Him that shows itself in a focus directed towards a loving care & concern for others. That Godly sorrow you are experiencing is to lead you to repentance. True repentance will lead to reformation & freedom from quilt.
---joseph on 1/1/07

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Mark, I will add that true repentance is more than asking forgiveness for a recognized offense. It is embracing the knowledge of the truth received & revealed in you concerning the error. Mentally embracing that truth will free you from the error thru a superimposed change of mind, resulting in in a corresponding change of attitude & action by the power of The Fathers divine inspiration, insight & awareness released thereby. Free your mind & the sense of self will follow, the freedom from self is within.
---joseph on 1/2/07

The only unforgivable sin is blaspheming the Holy Spirit. Read 1John 2:1-2 & 1John 1:9. In Micah 7:19 it says that God casts our sins into the sea of forgetfulness. After confessing your sin you must renew your mind or purge you conscience of it & get established as who you are in Christ.(2Corinthians 5:21)
---Rickey on 1/1/07

(1.)Dear Mark, It's obvious that you didn't Blaspheme against the Holy Ghost(which is the only unforgivable sin), Because you care too much, and don't have a "hardened heart". As long as you honestly repent, with the intentions of not doing it over again, Jesus will count it as sincere, thus this Scripture will apply: (1 John 1:9). But keep in mind that God hates hypocrisy.
---Mrs._Morgan on 1/1/07

(2.)Mark, Don't let the devil worry,When God forgives you,it's washed away by the Blood of Jesus,So, get back in the Race,running it with patience,faith,dont look back!Now if you fall into that same sin again,you must repent,don't believe the lie of the "Once Saved Always Saved" false doctrine,it isn't Biblical.Know that Jesus makes available His overcoming power to all His children,Only If you deny self,walk in the Spirit(really depend on Him),will He keep you from falling(Jude 1:24).God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 1/1/07

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The true "unforgivable sin" is rejecting God. It has many names but bottom line if you honestly reject God, you can not be saved. All else is within the salvation of the Cross. Just remember, a true child of God is the only one that cares whether we have sinned or not. A non-believer wouldn't care..
---mikefl on 1/1/07

*Correction,(2.)Mark,Don't let the devil worry you,When God forgives you,it's washed away by the Blood of Jesus,get back in the Race,run it with patience,faith,dont look back!Now if you fall into that same sin again,you must repent,don't believe the lie of the"Once Saved Always Saved"false doctrine,not Biblical.Know that Jesus makes available His overcoming power to all His children,Only If you deny self,walk in the Spirit(really depend on Him),will He keep you from falling(Jude 1:24).
---Mrs._Morgan on 1/1/07

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