Why Christians Don't Need to Confess Sins

Why Christians Don't Need to Confess Sins, Various Looks at 1 John 1
Notes on Confessing Sins from Andre van der Merwe & Cornel Marais
Andrew Farley on Confessings Sins in 1 John 1:9 & James 5:16
Paul Ellis on Confessing Sins in 1 John 1:9 and More
One John One Nine by Joel Brueseke
Excerpt from Redemption by Andrew Wommack
Do Christians Sin (1 John 1:8 vs. 1 John 3:9)? by Owen Weber

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1 comment:

  1. As christians we should never ask god for forgiveness think about it god sent his son to die for our sin right? And he was the perfect sacrifice? So if he died for our sins and we are born again why in the world would you ask god to forgive something he has no knowledge of? I thank him for forgiveness and salvation! Can you imagine GOD looking down and saying why are you seeking forgiveness? When you are truly righteous :) if we are busy counting our sins it will hinder our walk with god he wants you to come boldly to him no shame BOLDLY!