What happens if you sin after you are saved?
You cannot sin after you have been saved. If you have been saved, you are dead and in heaven. If you are talking about be “saved” while you are still alive, then you are sunk in sin, as this is the unforgivable sin of presumption, from which there is no forgiveness.
Why do we continue to sin after being saved?
Sure, when someone is saved, it means that they have accepted the free gift of salvation. Salvation is free because Jesus paid for it on our behalf, by dying as a final atonement for all sin upon the cross. We are spiritually saved, but we are still physical, carnal beings. As such, we still sin.
What does it mean to sin willfully?
A wilful sin is is an intentional sin that is premeditated or planned. In Hebrews 10:26 it says if we sin wilfully after we have received a knowledge of the truth we trample the blood of Jesus under our feet and there remained no more sacrifice for sins.
What happens if you sin after you repent?
If you sin again, you didn’t repent. Repentance means never doing that sin again. When we sin, we ask God for forgiveness. But we must not take advantage of the grace.
Can you keep repenting for the same sin?
Many people mistakenly believe that repentance is a requirement for salvation. Some people think in order to be saved, one must repent from all their sins. This is false. In fact, it is completely impossible for anyone to repent from all of their sins.
Can God forgive willful sin?
Yes. God forgives all sins. Willful sins, sins of omittance, ignorant sins, “big sins,” and “small sins.” If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
Is willful ignorance a sin?
John ch 3 v 16. Willful ignorance is a deadly sin. It may not be listed as one of the seven deadly sins .