Are there two types of forgiveness in the Bible—"judicial" and "parental"?
Do we confess our sins to be forgiven, or do we confess because we are already forgiven?
Does Hebrews 10:26 mean that believers also have to face God’s judgment?
Does preaching grace mean giving people the license to sin?
How can my future sins be forgiven?
How do I truly know my sins are forgiven today?
I know that Christ died for my sins, but don’t I still have to ask God for forgiveness every time I make a mistake?
Is there a place for repentance when you’ve fallen short? What does it mean to practice repentance when we fail?
Is this ministry against a Christian confessing his sins?
What about the confession of sins spoken of in 1 John 1:9? Do we have to confess our sins in order to be forgiven and cleansed of all unrighteousness?
What does it mean to "rightly divide the Word", and how do we do it?
What does the Bible say about God forgiving me of sin?
What is the "unpardonable sin"? How do I know if I have committed the "unpardonable sin"?