Will Jesus Forgive Me? Finding The Depth Of Gods Love

I grew up going to church and gave my life to Jesus at a young age. Even when I followed Jesus, I always worried about sin. Fear would creep into my heart, and I’d worry that I screwed everything up. God was now mad at me, and there was no hope for me. Would Jesus Forgive Me for this? Was always a question.

When I got older, I walked away from the church due to some childhood trauma I had experienced. While Jesus and forgiveness stayed in the back of my mind. I never thought about it until I wanted to do something unethical, immoral, or even illegal. The Holy Spirit is why I’m alive and free today. Without listening to him, I would’ve gotten into many stupid situations.

The answer to your question above is pretty simple. YES!!!! A Thousand Times YES!!!! Jesus will forgive you for your sin, it’s why he died, and he still loves you very much.

What Are The Sins That Jesus Will Not Forgive?

And so I tell you, every kind of sin and slander can be forgiven, but blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven.

Matthew 12:31

There is only one sin that won’t be forgiven, and that is what Jesus speaks about above. Many scholars have tried to decipher what he was speaking about, but I don’t think it’s one action.

I believe if you commit unpardonable sin, you’ll know what you’re doing. I don’t think someone who loves God and is trying to seek him will unintentionally fall into that type of sin.

Most likely it starts with making bad choices, ignoring the Holy Spirit, and then outright rebellion. Then death comes, and you won’t be forgiven.

While I don’t know officially what it means, I do believe it has to be a conscious choice, and if you’re worried about it, your heart can still belong to God.

Will Jesus Forgive Me If I Keep Sinning?

Another verse that is interesting is what Paul says in Roman 6:1-2 (below)

What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound? By no means! How can we who died to sin still live in it?

Romans 6:1-2

Grace abounds and covers a multitude of sins. We have to choose to die to our sin, if we do not and continue to live in sin, then we’re living in that rebellion I wrote about above.

Will Jesus Always Forgive Me?

I believe that if you are honestly remorseful of your sin, and you continue to try and follow Jesus, he will always forgive you. I can’t prove that biblically, but it’s my feeling deep in my heart.

Jesus loves his people, and when you’re asking the question, Will Jesus Forgive Me? You’re stating an inner desire for Jesus to forgive you. This means your heart is still longing after him, and the things of God.

When you aren’t feeling that way, your intentions are completely different. In actuality, you wouldn’t even ask the question. Instead, you’d justify what you did, blame it on someone else, or lie and say it didn’t happen.

As long as you’re following him, keep going, try to stop sinning, and ask him for help. He is faithful to forgive us of our sins.

The Difference Between Condemnation And Conviction

One of the biggest issues you’ll face when trying to live for Jesus comes from feelings of guilt and condemnation. These feelings aren’t from God. In reality, they’re from your own feelings of failure and the devil or his demons.

If you take away one thing from this article, I want you to know this.

JESUS LOVES YOU, AND HE DIED FOR YOU WHILE YOU WERE STILL A SINNER. HE THOUGHT OF YOU WHILE DYING

If Jesus loved you, and wants only to reconcile with you, and you feel bad about what you did. Then what is stopping you from reaching out to him, saying I’m sorry, and living your life with him?

How Many Times Does God Forgive The Same Sin?

In the Bible Jesus and Peter are talking, and Jesus says 70 times 7. I’m not sure if that means a total of 490 times total, daily, or whatever count there is. However, I do wonder if Jesus was just trying to change their mindset.

I’ve read some biblical commentaries and they all say that number means boundless, or incalculable. I still go back to the heart. Jesus died for you, and you shouldn’t be living in fear and condemnation. If you still feel that way, your heart isn’t hardened. Jesus will forgive you and bring healing.

What If I’ve Gone Too Far? Will Jesus Forgive Me?

This is a fun question, how far is too far? Did Hitler go too far? Even crazier, what if Lucifer asked for forgiveness legitimately. Would the grace of God extend to them?

Remember, God will forgive what you do because it brings you back into a relationship with him. However, we are still subject to the repercussions of our actions.

For instance, if you have a drinking problem, and are an alcoholic who continues to ask for forgiveness. Jesus will forgive you. However you still might get liver disease, and your family might still have issues with you.

Jesus Forgives Us, And Walks With Us In Life

One of the biggest problems we have in Christianity today is a group of people that tell everyone that life gets better with Jesus, and if that’s the case I’m serving the wrong Jesus.

My life has gotten harder, and worse. However, what makes things better is walking with him. Life is hard, never do it alone. When I walked with him I can take on things that I’d never handled before, and win battles I’d usually lose.

Jesus wants to live life with us, that’s why he came and died. Forgiveness is a restoration of that life. Walking with him is living it. This doesn’t make things easy, it gives you support to go through the trials.

Will God Forgive You If You Don’t Forgive Others?

But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.

Matthew 6:15

This verse above answers the question straight away. If you have un-forgiveness in your heart. The father won’t forgive your sins. If we’re trying to be like Jesus, but not forgiving others. How are we being like Jesus?

I wrote another article on this very topic. It’s called How To Forgive And Let Go Also if you’d like to read more about my personal story, which coincidently covers this very topic, pick up a copy of my book called Hurricane Jerald. It’s my personal testimony about faith, forgiveness, and reconciliation.

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