What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We are those who have died to sin; how can we live in it any longer?Romans 6:1‭-‬2 NIVhttps://bible.com/bible/111/rom.6.1-2.NIV

Hello beloved child of God, I hope you’re fine by God’s grace and I hope you’ve had a wonderful week thanks to Him.

As for me, I’m fine by God’s grace and my week was epic thanks to Him.

If you usually read my blog posts, you know that I’m extremely fond of talking about God’s grace.

When I write these posts on grace I usually imagine that I’m writing it for someone who is out there, who has surrendered their life to Christ but who is in a season where they keep fighting a specific sin, repenting, confessing, casting out demons, fasting, praying, avoiding stuff but still falling back in the same sin after some time.

I know how hard it is for that person, and I know a little bit of what the devil is telling them ” You’re not a true Christian”, “You’re a liar”, “You’ll never overcome this sin”, “You’re going to hell”, “God will never want you back” etc. I know how it feels to have these voices in your head saying this to you while you’re trying to overcome a specific sin. As such, when I write on God’s grace, I’m trying my best to let this person know that it’s not over yet, that God is more than willing and able to forgive them, and that God’s grace is enough to transform them, it may be instantaneous, or it may take some time but God hasn’t given up on them.

Also, at times I write about God’s grace while thinking that the person who will read it may be someone who never knew about Jesus Christ or who never believed in Him, but who now is aware of all the sinful things they did.

I know that for someone in that situation, telling them about God may make them feel condemned and they may have voices in their minds telling them “After all what you did, God can never accept you, you can never become a Christian”.

I write about God’s grace to let them know that God is ready to forgive all their past sins and cleanse them completely.

It’s kind of in the same mindset that I write for people who were first walking with God, who then went astray and who are afraid to come back to him because they feel condemned. I write about God’s grace to let them know that it’s not too late and they can come back to Him, He’s ready to forgive and cleanse them.

So, you can see from what I said that when I write about God’s grace, in general I write for:

  • Repentant christians who are struggling with a repetitive sin
  • People who are not Christians and who think that they can’t become Christians because they have committed too many sins
  • People who once walked with God but who went astray and who are afraid of coming back because they think they have committed too many sins

However, I think I may have written all these posts about God’s grace without considering a fourth category of people. That’s why I’m writing for these people today.

This post is for someone who lives with the belief that God is love, that God forgives our sins, but this person DOES NOT WANT TO CHANGE.

So, once again I’m not talking about the Christian who’s fasting, crying, praying, breaking curses, casting out demons, trying everything to overcome a repetitive sin but not succeeding yet.

I’m talking about the person who DOES NOT WANT TO CHANGE

So we’re going to look at a few things which I think people who don’t want to change think about God.

1. God is so good, He can’t send anyone to hell

There are people who don’t even believe that hell exists or that God sends people to hell.

They just think that God is so good, that He won’t send anyone to hell, because sending someone to hell would be against God’s nature.

God is good, yes, and He is also righteous.

Which means, that because He is righteous, He has to punish sin. It’s part of His nature.


For thus says the Lord , “Behold, those (Israel) who were not sentenced to drink the cup [of wrath] shall certainly drink it, and are you to remain unpunished? You will not be acquitted and go unpunished, but you will certainly drink [from the cup of wrath and judgment].

How will He punish sin once and for all? By sending the sinner to hell (eternal separation from God).

But remember that He is so good. Because He is so good, He made a way so that you would not go to hell. This way is Jesus Christ. He died on the cross for your sins and carried the punishment for all your sins. He rose again on the third day, and He ascended into Heaven.

John 3:16‭-‬18 NIV

For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him. Whoever believes in Him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son.

If you don’t want to be punished for your sins by going to hell, God provided a way for you. All you have to do is believe in Jesus Christ, and confess and receive Him as your Lord and Savior.

ROMANS 10:9‭-‬11 AMP

because if you acknowledge and confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord [recognizing His power, authority, and majesty as God], and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart a person believes [in Christ as Savior] resulting in his justification [that is, being made righteous–being freed of the guilt of sin and made acceptable to God]; and with the mouth he acknowledges and confesses [his faith openly], resulting in and confirming [his] salvation. For the Scripture says, “W hoever believes in H im [whoever adheres to, trusts in, and relies on Him] will not be disappointed [in his expectations].”

2. God forgives everyone, so He will forgive me

Yes and no.

Yes God forgives everyone if and only if we confess our sins to receive His forgiveness.

Some people deliberately live in sin and just assume that God is going to forgive them someday. They say “God understands

  • “God understands why I had to cheat on my spouse”
  • “God understands why I had to embezzle funds at my job”
  • “God understands why I had to live in prostitution, after all I had no choice”
  • “God understands why I aborted”

The thing is, God expects you to confess your sins to Him.

If you don’t do what is required to receive His forgiveness, you will never receive it.

Perhaps you’re not a Christian and you’re just living your life like you want. You think that someday when you’ll die and meet God you’ll tell Him “God forgive me for what I did when I was alive”.

That’s not how it works.

If you want to obtain forgiveness for your sins, you do it while you are alive because once dead you can’t receive His forgiveness. If you want to be forgiven, you acknowledge before God that you have sinned against Him and you ask Jesus Christ to save you.

Also, there are Christians who think that “because I have already invited Jesus Christ to be my Lord and Savior I don’t have to confess my sins anymore. Even if I sin, I don’t have to confess my sins to God”

This is not a good attitude. The Bible says we have to confess our sins to God. When The Holy Spirit convicts you, confess your sins to God.

How do you expect to receive His forgiveness if you don’t confess your sins?

How can you confess your sins if you don’t even admit that it was a sin.

Someone told me one day “I will never confess this to God since I don’t consider it to be a sin”

Who decides whether it is a sin or not? You or God? – God

So open your Bible and check, if it’s written that it’s a sin, don’t try to negotiate with God. Just confess your sin to God and receive His forgiveness.

But if it’s not specifically mentioned in The Bible, if The Holy Spirit convicts you about it, confess it to God.

So yes, God will forgive everyone who confesses their sins, who recognize their sinful state, but no, He will not forgive the proud who refuse to recognize that they have sinned. Not because He doesn’t want to forgive them, but because they didn’t ask/want.

1 John 1:8‭-‬10 NIV

If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. If we claim we have not sinned, we make Him out to be a liar and His word is not in us.

3. I enjoy doing this, why should I stop?

Most people who sin and don’t want to change, choose not to change because somehow they enjoy it.

  • The guy who enjoys having sex out of marriage because he enjoys trying different things with different women
  • The woman who enjoys cheating on her husband because every man with whom she cheats on her husband makes her feel loved and special
  • The person who embezzles funds enjoys doing it because it enables them to have a luxurious lifestyle, to buy whatever they want to buy and to impress their friends
  • The person who practices witchcraft in a sect enjoys the sense of power and belonging

Most people who don’t want change , don’t want change simply because they enjoy where they are.

Sin wouldn’t be tempting if it wasn’t able to provide some degree of enjoyment.

Look at the previous examples. Sexual pleasure is a gift from God for the married couple, every normal person enjoys feeling loved and feeling special, this is a desire that God has put in us.

Everyone would love to be able to afford anything they want, and God has also put in us a desire to want to be in relationships and to belong.

The problem is, sin takes a godly desire and makes you fulfill it in an ungodly way.

The reason why you enjoy it is because you were meant to enjoy the fruits of those godly desires, but the problem is, when you enjoy the fruits of those godly desires in an ungodly way, it becomes difficult for you to discern between the godly and the ungodly and it becomes difficult for you to leave the ungodly because you enjoy it.

Ultimately, you can learn to put your desires in God’s hands so that He will help you fulfill them in a godly way.

  • For the guy who enjoys having sex out of marriage due to the thrill of trying something new, you can read new Christian books, you can try new methods of praying and drawing closer to God, you can try to grow your relationship with God to deeper levels, you can enjoy that
  • For the wife whose husband is not making her feel special and loved, you can start by finding your joy in God, He loves you, He considers you as special, you’ll see it by reading His Word. When He’ll fulfill you completely you won’t be trying to feel loved elsewhere, and you can be praying for your husband too, God can change any situation
  • For the person who embezzles funds for a more luxurious life style, why not ask God to be your source ? Why not enjoy asking Him, waiting and receiving from Him? Why not live for an audience of One instead of trying to impress people for wealth
  • For the person who practices witchcraft in a sect because they want to belong. There are churches out there with Bible study groups, churches which need volunteers. If what you want is to belong, then enjoy yourself in belonging to Jesus Christ and join a Christian group where you feel accepted. Also, if you want is to experience the supernatural, you don’t have to be on the evil side of the supernatural, you can enjoy the godly side of the supernatural, by walking with God.

I know it looks easier said than done, but it starts with your desires.

You can tell God

“God I enjoy myself doing ungodly things. Please show me how to enjoy myself by doing godly things only.”

It starts inside.

At times you even notice that you could enjoy yourself with simple things which absolutely don’t go against God’s Word. It all starts with a desire to live a godly life.


Many people use God’s grace as a license to continue in sin, believing that God is so good that He will not send them to hell even if they refuse to repent and refuse let Him change them. They think DO NOT want God to change them because they enjoy what they’re doing.

However, God’s grace not only accepts us just the way we are when we repent, but His grace also gives us time to change while Helping us to change.

He is more than willing and able to change us, but we have to be willing too, to let Him change us. We have to surrender.

So long as we will NOT want to change, we will keep abusing God’s grace.

So it starts with this question: Do you want God to change you?

If the answer is yes, tell Him.

Prayer To Surrender Your Life To Christ

Dear God in Heaven, I come to You in the name of Jesus. I acknowledge to You that I am a sinner, and I am sorry for my sins and the life that I have lived; I need Your forgiveness.
I believe that Your only begotten Son Jesus Christ shed His precious blood on the cross at Calvary and died for my sins, and I am now willing to turn from my sin. I want to change Lord.
You said in Your Holy Word, Romans 10:9 that if we confess the Lord our God and believe in our hearts that God raised Jesus from the dead, we shall be saved.
Right now I confess Jesus as the Lord of my soul. With my heart, I believe that God raised Jesus from the dead. This very moment I accept Jesus Christ as my own personal Savior and according to His Word, right now I am saved.
Thank You Jesus for your unlimited grace which has saved me from my sins. I thank You Jesus that your grace never leads to license to sin, but rather it always leads to repentance. Therefore Lord Jesus transform my life so that I may bring glory and honor to You alone and not to myself.
Thank you Jesus for dying for me and giving me eternal life. AMEN.

It’s Now Your Turn

Do you have some things that you want God to change in you? Please let us know in the comments below so that we can chat about all this and prayer topics so we can pray for each other.

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