What God Says About Repentance & Condemnation
Simply put, condemnation spiritually paralyzes a person. Condemnation makes them feel unfit for service, in the Kingdom of God. Condemnation takes away a person’s godly boldness. Condemnation takes away a person’s godly confidence (to approach God, and the assets of God). Condemnation takes away a person’s acceptance of being in right standing with God. God does not want you to be spiritually paralyzed, after becoming saved, via condemnation. Thus the reason why you have to make certain godly moves, to avoid condemnation from taking root, in your life. Once you get saved, you have to know that it is not about what you did (e.g., sin committed). It is about what Jesus did on the cross, for you.
What did Jesus do? He made available, salvation, and the precious blood of Jesus (that cleanses, and removes all your sin – all forms and all manifestations of sin). And because of the blood and salvation, you are in right standing with God. And as you are in right standing with God, it is important for you to know that all your sin, has been removed from your profile. And because of that, you are not to be in condemnation, and you are not to be the victim of slander / accusation. And because of that, you are to have a sense of godly confidence, godly boldness, and a godly knowing, that you are fit for service in the Kingdom of God. Why? Because of Jesus, what Jesus did for you on the cross, because of salvation, because of the finished works of Jesus on the cross, because of God’s grace, because of the blood of Jesus, because of your faith in Jesus.