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Does god really forgive everyone,no matter what?I truly want a believer's perspective.Spiritual crisis?

It seems as though christians always speak of god’s love and forgiveness, and how we should follow christ’s example and forgive others…but there is also alot of judgment going on and also telling others they are going to hell. if we are supposed to forgive…wouldnt gods capacity for forgiveness be far greater than ours?
oh..ok unforgivable…and what are those?
so god does not have unlimited capacity to forgive? Some god…

10 COMMENTS

  1. yes god’s forgiveness is far greater than ours
    a person is only forgiven if he asks for salvation and repents and turns away from sinning
    if a person refuses to do that then they get judgment instead of forgiveness

  2. If one did not commit the unforgivable sins, then yes. There is nothing that one can do that will not cause the Good Father to forsake His love from you. However, to receive forgiveness, one has to repent his/hers sins.

  3. God will always forgive no matter what you’ve done, as long as you are truly sorry and you admit to your faults. If you know what you did is right, on the other hand, and you’re feeling guilty about it, there’s no forgiving to do. You can always look to the holy word for spiritual guidance. God bless.

  4. This idea of hell assumes a God that is not even smart enough to organize a simple educational field excursion and get all of the student home safely.
    How likely is that?
    The idea that God was not smart enough to have come up with a plan to get everyone back home safely 100% of the time is just a simple lack of faith.
    Trust that the real God had this figured out long before any of us ever got here. That is what real faith looks like.
    Love and blessings Don

  5. Isn’t it telling that we have to ask other fallible humans what is in god’s mind. if god is real he would tell us himself,

  6. Jesus did not die for everyone to be a substitute for their sin penalty. He only died for his elected ones and was raised to everlasting life to become the true heir of the kingdom of God and is now named King of kings and Lord of lords of those who are the true inheriters of the kingdom of God. And those who continue in their sins will face judgment day, May 21,2011 having to pay their sin penalty themselves, “for the wages of sin is death” (Romans 3:23).

  7. God has offered us a way to make peace with Him.
    Jesus told Nicodemus, “You must be Born Again to see the kingdom of God.”
    Jesus is The Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.
    All other talk of forgiveness is fluff and lies.

  8. One needs to seek forgiveness in order to be forgiven. And to be truly sorry, they need to realize the error of their ways and repent. Otherwise, you can ask for forgiveness but unless you realize the mistake you made, you’ll be judged and not forgiven. I’ve noticed that those that are judged by others are usually those that don’t believe they are doing anything wrong in the first place. I for one am not one of those because I believe God has unconditional love and forgiveness. Personally though, I don’t believe in exploiting God’s unconfitional forgiveness.

  9. If there is only a 1% chance of unrepented sin sending you to hell for eternity would not repentance still be a favorable option?
    I believe that if everyone had a one day visit to hell, they
    would repent of all of their sins immediately on their return.
    I have always, in my adult life, wondered just how long it
    would take to become accustomed to the smell of hell
    and with how many friends I will have to share the fire .
    I think it would be good for us all to live the very best lives we can in the eyes of our Lord as opposed to half of us doing
    that and the other half trying to see with which it is that they
    can get by.

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