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Bible Topics: Condemnation and Remorse

Definitions: Condemnation is a pronouncement of guilt; a strong expression of disapproval; doom. Remorse is the keen pain or anguish resulting from a sense of guilt; painful memory of wrongdoing. In terms of Christian faith, condemnation and remorse often result from not accepting or believing that we have been forgiven for mistakes and sins, even though confessed.

1. The difference between conviction and condemnation: the Devil tries to make us feel condemned so that we will become discouraged and give up; the Lord convicts us that we might repent, change and go on for Him.

2. To overcome condemnation and remorse, first begin with a clear conscience by confessing your sins.

3. Believe and accept that the blood of Jesus cleanses us from every sin, by faith.

4. Once we've confessed and repented, God doesn't remember our sins; neither should we!

5. We must not continue to condemn ourselves, even if we feel that others may have not yet "forgiven and forgotten."

6. Remorse and condemnation bear no good fruit! We should acknowledge our sin, accept God's forgiveness, and get on with living for His honour and glory.

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