gary_murrayPrayers: 0Requests: 1
July 25, 2020 at 9:13 am
I pray for forgiveness for my past sinsgsimoninPrayers: 5114Requests: 33
July 25, 2020 at 10:15 am
Yes, Lord, as we come, confess our sins, we are assured that You will forgive us and set us on Your righteous path. Bless our brother, Gary, with all these blessings.MadeNewPrayers: 87Requests: 20
July 25, 2020 at 10:19 am
1 John 1:9 (NASB)
If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
Pulpit Commentary – from Biblehub:
“Verse 9. – As in verse 7, we have the opposite hypothesis stated, and the thought advanced a stage. Not the exact opposite, “if we confess that we have sin;” but “if we confess our sins.” It is easy to say, “I am a sinner;” but if confession is to have value it must state the definite acts of sin. The context (“deceive ourselves… he is faithful”) shows that confession at the bar of the conscience and of God is meant. Circumstances must decide whether confession to man is required also, and this St. John neither forbids nor enjoins. Note the asyndeton; there is no δέ, as in verse 7. He is faithful and righteous, Δίκαιος must be rendered “righteous” rather than “just,” to mark the contrast with unrighteousness ἀδικίτι, and the connexion with “Jesus Christ the Righteous” (1 John 2:1). To forgive… to cleanse. As explained in verse 7, the one refers to freeing us from the penalties of sin, justification; the other to freeing us from its contamination, sanctification. The sense of purpose is not wholly to be surrendered. No doubt ἵνα, like other particles, becomes weakened in later Greek; but even in later classical Greek the notion of purpose is mixed up with that of consequence. Much more is this the case in the New Testament, and especially in St. John, where what seems to us to be mere result is really design; and this higher aspect of the sequence of facts is indicated by ἵνα. It is God’s nature to be faithful and righteous; but it is also his purpose to exhibit these attributes towards us; and this purpose is expressed in ἵνα ἀφῇ ἡμῖν.”goingupsoonPrayers: 1640Requests: 55
July 25, 2020 at 1:19 pm
Praising! you most gracious heavenly Father. Thank you for sending your one and only begotten Son to the earth. Inorder that all those who would believe on Him, and who would put their trust in Him alone. Could experience the wonderful blessing of having their sins forgiven.
Thank you that Gary is forgiven Today, tomorrow, and forever. His sins have been cast behind you, never to be remembered again. As far as the East is from the West. Buried in the sea of God’s forgetfulness. Thank you that he is cleansed from all unrighteousness. And you declare over him that though his sins be as scarlet, you have made him white as snow.
Forgiven, forgotten, forever! Hallelujah! blessed! be the name of the Lord!
In Jesus name we pray.
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July 26, 2020 at 8:44 pm
Jesus take the wheel and drive out all the sins of our Dab friend .There is no pillow a clear as a clean conscience. I beads the breaking of chains Jesus you trimet again AmenpattysyellowbusPrayers: 2340Requests: 18
August 2, 2020 at 7:41 am
Praise You Father for forgiving us our sin! In Jesus Name! All glory and Praise to Your Name!! We REJOICE because our names are Written in the LAMBS BOOK OF LIFE!DeebeegeePrayers: 18Requests: 41
August 2, 2020 at 10:17 pm
In Jesus Name Amen Your not alone .
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