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A sin must be atoned for, when man does not get forgiveness.

Violation against the divine order - Sin - Confession - Forgiveness - Comment on 2018 November 7

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Violations therefore, which do not contravene against divine order, but which are branded by men as sin on the basis of human enacted laws, can certainly be imposed with punishments on the part of men, but do not belong to those sins, for which forgiveness from God is to be requested, because God himself does not see them as sin and will also never count as a sin for a man. Read more:

 

Bertha Dudde:

 

Violation against the divine order. Sin. Confession - Forgiveness.

31. July 1951. B.D. NR. 5181.

The smallest violation against the divine order has an effect of power loss according to divine law that is full of power, what completely moves in the order of God, and which he forfeits, who does not observe his law of order. For latter is a negative striving, which must also have a corresponding effect. But only that can be called a violation against the divine order, what is carried out fully consciously, mentally or through acts, what is therefore recognized as adverse to God. So also "sin" can therefore only be called that, what is done in the full awareness of a wrong; therefore man must know about right and wrong and freely do that, what he recognizes as wrong, to have committed a sin. This definition is important, because a deep remorse belongs to forgiveness of sin, which only then can be felt, when man recognizes his sin and a violation committed in ignorance of the guilt against the divine order is not taken into account as sin. For that reason the confession of guilt is indispensable, if man wants to obtain forgiveness, and this confession of guilt must be connected with deepest remorse; it must therefore come from the heart, not only be spoken with the mouth, because otherwise no forgiveness can be obtained. Violations therefore, which do not contravene against divine order, but which are branded by men as sin on the basis of human enacted laws, can certainly be imposed with punishments on the part of men, but do not belong to those sins, for which forgiveness from God is to be requested, because God himself does not see them as sin and will also never count as a sin for a man. For a violation against the divine order exists always only therein, that man transgresses against love for God and the neighbour. Everything, what is done out of love for God and for the neighbour, can never ever offend against divine order, as the other way round everything, what is done against the love command, cannot move in divine order, because love is the basic law and divine order is built on it. Therefore always apply these standards to it, so the term "sin" is unclear for you. A sin must be atoned for, when man does not get forgiveness, but for that reason it must be recognized and detested as sin, to find its forgiveness, and for that reason man must also know, what is to be understood under sin; he must know, whether and when he has transgressed against love for God, whether and when he has sinned against the neighbour. And these sins he must carry to Jesus Christ and ask him intimately that they are forgiven him, for the sake of his blood. Then he will find forgiveness; then he will become free of his guilt. Amen. B.D. NR. 5181.

 

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