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will god forgive me for my sins

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asked May 11, 2013 in Religion by anonymous
   

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It depends on who you ask. It depends on what religion you are approaching this from. It also depends on what type of sins. I hope other people will provide there own answers  (different views). But I am Agnostic (the view that the existence or non-existence of any deity is unknown and possibly unknowable).

I say you do not have to answer to God.

But as a memeber of society, if you did something like murder without cause or child molestaion, you should fry.

If you did something silly like say the lords name in vain, forget to pray on time, did not attend church, cheated on taxes, etc I would not worry about it.

People like to build up guilt for some reason. Organized Relion takes advantage of this.

answered May 11, 2013 by Richard S Inquisitive Expert (6,360 points)
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if he do its depends how u act in the pass
answered May 11, 2013 by subreehall Novice (250 points)
Yes. God is all forgiving. If you are a Catholic, go to confession and tell a priest. He will give absolution, and absolve you from all your sins.
No matter the past  but if n. Your heart u are sorry  n repent u r. Forgiven
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God will always love you, even if God seems far away. You can break the love of your parents,

but you can not break the love of God. You can walk or run away from God, but never the other

way around. Nevertheless, whatever you send out will come back to you: this is the law of

justice.
answered May 12, 2013 by anonymous
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First of all, The Lord Our God  ALWAYS starts with a capital G. otherwise you are referring to false gods.o.k. I believe if you live a decent life and know that God is in your heart and soul you have a great start When you pray,pray from your heart and mean it... and if you were not Baptized thats something you must check into-these are my beliefs, but I am pretty serious about them-I dont know if you go to church or were raised any religion,so my best answer would be to talk to a Priest or Pastor who will help. Usually younger ones are a little easier to talk to. If you are serious this is where I would start,Good luck and God Bless

answered May 12, 2013 by anonymous
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As long as you have accepted Jim as your lord and savior he will always love you no matter what you do. So yes he will forgive you :)
answered May 15, 2013 by chocolatehermione Member (900 points)
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Any an all sin is rebellion against God and his laws. There are sins of omission (things you should have done that you didn't)   and sins of comission ( things you did that you shouldn't have) There is no one who has not sinned. (Rom 3:23) " For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;" (KJV) Religion, or how you feel about it, has nothing to do with it. Rebellion against what God says is right is a condition of every human person. It is like an inherrited desease that you are born with. But thankfully God has provided his own antidote to the desease. (John 3:17-18) "17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God." (KJV)  And not only does faith in the fact that God's only begotton Son (Jesus Christ) saves you from all sins, but that same faith will also give you power over sins control of your life. (Acts 26:18) 18 To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me.(KJV)

 

answered May 25, 2013 by anonymous
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Jesus drew on the relationship of creditors and debtors to illustrate how Jehovah forgives. For example, Jesus urged us to pray: “Forgive us our debts.” (Matthew 6:12) Jesus thus likened “sins” to “debts.” (Luke 11:4) When we sin, we become “debtors” to Jehovah. The Greek verb translated “forgive” can mean “to let go, give up, a debt, by not demanding it.” In a sense, when Jehovah forgives, he cancels the debt that would otherwise be charged against our account. Repentant sinners can thus take comfort. Jehovah will never demand payment for a debt he has canceled!—Psalm 32:1, 2; compare Matthew 18:23-35.
 
answered Jun 11, 2013 by Spice Inquisitive Expert (9,180 points)

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