Lent Day 2: I Declare My Sins Are Forgiven Me

Everybody is a sinner. But when you come to Christ, confess your sins, repent of your sins and choose to live in Christ, believe it or not, your sins are forgiven. Sometimes the enemy attacks the mind in order to steal the peace of God in us. He reminds us of the past sins. He sows seeds of guilt and condemnation in our minds, he reminds us of how grievous and unpardonable our sins have been.

The enemy sometimes haunts us with thoughts such as; your sins are not forgiven you, your sins are so great that nobody can forgive you. These are lies to distract your focus from Christ, lies to weigh you down from the burdens Christ has already lifted off for you, lies to lure you back into the darkness where he resides. When you come to Christ your sins are forgiven you. You are free from the curse of the law and from the bondage of sin. Resist the devil and his lies and he will flee from you. Dismiss the enemy with the word of God and remind him that you have accepted Christ as the propitiation for your sins and your sins are forgiven you.

Make a declaration of faith

I declare my sins are forgiven me. My transgressions are blotted out with the blood of Jesus. I will confess my sins to Christ. He is faithful and just to forgive me. I believe in the name of Jesus and I receive remission of all my sins. I am cleansed from all unrighteousness, my sins will he remember no more. This is my declaration.

I declare my sins are forgiven me. I was a sinner but now I am free from the bondage of sin. I will call upon the name of Jesus and I believe in my heart that God raised Jesus from the dead, I am saved. This is my declaration.

Forgiveness of sins

My sins are forgiven


1 John 1:9, Acts 10:43, Isaiah 43:25, Romans 10:9, 1 John 1:8-10, Romans 10:13

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