By   •   June 1, 2004   •   Topics: ,


Does God forgive the sins we will commit in the future, or just those from our past? I became a Christian two years ago, and I worry about this.


One of the Bible’s greatest truths is that Christ died to take away all our sins–not just part of them, but all of them: past, present, and future.

This is why you shouldn’t fear that you will lose your salvation every time you commit a sin. If that were the case, you and I would lose our salvation every day–because we sin every day. Even if our actions are pure, our thoughts often are not. And even if our actions and thoughts are pure, we still sin because of the good things we should be doing but fail to do.

Never forget: Your salvation does not depend on you and how good you are.

It depends solely on Christ and what He has already done for you through His death on the cross. The Bible says that Christ “appeared once for all at the end of the ages to do away with sin by the sacrifice of himself” (Hebrews 9:26).

Does that mean it doesn’t matter whether or not you sin? No, of course not. Sin is serious; it is an offense to God, and it breaks our fellowship with Him. Sin also compromises our witness for Christ. The Bible is clear: “Be holy, because I am holy” (1 Peter 1:16).

But you cannot live the Christian life in your own strength. You need God’s help–which is why He has given His Holy Spirit to you. When you sin, confess it immediately, and then seek the Holy Spirit’s help each day to live as you should.

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  1. Neha Smith says:

    What a relief to know that ALL of my sins are forgiven by the Blood of Jesus. Thank you for this blog – I have been looking for an answer asking God to show me, reveal the Truth to me as I was desperate to know and I found it. God bless your ministry

  2. Adebodun Doyle says:

    I will want to learn more about Jesus and his gift of salvation. There are too many conflicting teachings and it is becoming increasingly confusing.

    1. Gabriel says:

      Don’t let anyone steal the gift of salvation it is truly easy, confess Jesus as your lord and savior. Once you do that you have become a child of Christ.

  3. Dennis Thompson says:

    If your child does something wrong does that break fellowship between you and them? No it doesn’t unless one of you choses to do so. Neither does sin between us as believers and God. Do we need to repent? Yes we should. But it is errant to say we break fellowship based on a sin. As the great father he picks us up and corrects us when necessary.

  4. Natalie says:

    Will god forgive me if I’m carrying a secret or do I have to tell the person in order to be forgiven

  5. Ruff Kuuls says:

    I want to know really if i continue to sin intentionally everyday with the intention that I will be forgiven, is it possible for me to saved since I know that surely I will be forgiven. My second question is that is family planning a sin?

    1. BGEA says:

      Hi Ruff,

      We have passed on your comment to our team. You should hear from them via email. Thanks!

  6. Harshal says:

    Glad to know the truth of grace of God…..amazing message.

  7. Brianna Godbolt says:

    Awesome message. Thank you for making this truth clear and understandable! May God bless you abundantly!

  8. Carolyn Miller says:

    Thank you for the truth in an area that people are misled. Salvation is secure and I don’t have to doubt that I’ll lose it.
    Love your ministry!!!!!

  9. elnino says:

    is God grateful or fair to Jesus for judging us with our sins that Jesus came to die on the cross for???

  10. Miho Valle says:

    It’s unbiblical that our future sins are forgiven. Jesus warned the seven churches to repent or else. Why would he warn them to repent or else, if their future sins are forgiven?
    We cannot ADD to the Word of God (Rev. 22:18-19)