Forgiveness

Let’s be honest, we have ALL done  something bad. Maybe it was calling your sister stupid, or throwing a punch at your brother. Or maybe it was not following your curfew. Or maybe something worse. Looking up things on the internet that you know you shouldn’t but you do it any way, or maybe you cursed out someone. 
Whether or not we want to admit it, we have all sinned.

And we constantly do it. Every. Single. Day. 

This isn’t about calling you out on ANYTHING!

No matter what you did, there is a loving and caring God, who created you, and who wants a relationship with you.

God will forgive you. No matter what you did.

There was a time in my life where I thought I would never be able to be forgiven. But God showed me through testimonies of other people, that one thing upon many other things is true. 

3 Nails + 1 Cross = 4giveness.

That is God’s math.

Look. Jesus Christ sacrificed HIMSELF for you. 

YOU.

So no matter WHAT you did, there is a God who LOVES you. 

Who MADE you.

Who has a PLAN for you!! 

And if that’s not enough for you, remember that there are other people who have/had those same things going on!!!

I thought I was alone, but then I realized that I am NEVER alone.

Jesus saved my life, and He can save yours to. Just one word.

Forgiveness.

Wow.

Thats a big word isn’t it?

Maybe not in how many letters are in it, but the single word ‘forgiveness’ has more meaning than a simple definition.

When Jesus died on the cross, He took all your sin. Past, future, present, EVERYTHING.

He wiped your slate clean.

All we need to do is ask Him to forgive us, and He will.

Always that all you have to do is ask, and you will receive forgiveness.

You are priceless!


3 nails+1 cross=4giveness
Post and photo by Jaden

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2 thoughts on “Forgiveness

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