Raised in church. I’ve never drink alcohol, went to parties, used drugs nor had intimate relationships. Though I have done things in my past that seem to follow me as a memory ghost and attacked me when I at least expect them remembering me of them. I acknowledge Jesus blood cleanse me.& I dare not take His precious blood for granted. But how can I know I’m forgiven when I know that several things I have done in my past, I have done them knowing right from wrong. Can God see that it is not until now that I truly acknowledge the severity of the things I have done in my past?
|December 9, 2014 at 15:52|
It’s good that you now recongise your errors of the past, but I think it’s now time for you to move on from that temporary stage of regret to full repentance; now that you’re done with your struggles, you can accept the love and forgiveness God grants to all who have repented. When a stain is trulyremoved, you can’t tell it ever existed. That’s the way it is with God. He surely has forgiven you and forgotten, but the real problem is if you yourself haven’t done the same for yourself. To help yourself, you must remember that God forgives the multitudes of people each day and each moment who sin against Him. God isn’t going to hit you with a baseball bat every time you do something wrong, so rest assured that it has all been taken care of. Blessed is the man (or woman 🙂 )whose sins shall never be counted against him (her)– that’s you and everyone else who has been saved. God loves you, so never forget our loving God, he’ll never forget you and your needs ever.
|December 9, 2014 at 19:08|
God’s forgiveness reaches the ends of the earth and the depths of your heart and then it keeps going even farther. If you truly are repentant, you can be forgiven for anything. That’s the whole reason Jesus came to earth and died on the cross.
|December 9, 2014 at 19:31|
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