Confess (Confessing)-Confess Your Sins Here
Confess your sins here provides a form that you can fill out to confess your sins. .
A confession is admitting that you have committed sins. You need to confess your sins to God and another person in order to receive forgiveness for your sins. If you do not have another person that you can confess your sins to in confidence, you are welcome to make your confession here.
(Scroll down to complete our confession form).
Confession Bible Study
If you are unsure about what the bible says about confession please do our Christian bible study about confess and confessing which includes bible verses with the words confess or confessing in them and explanations for each.
If you deny the existence of Jesus Christ in front of people-Jesus will deny your existence in front of God the Father who is in heaven.
Jesus Christ's death on the cross will cover your sins if you confess them and ask for forgiveness. When you have received forgiveness for your sins, they are covered and you become blessed because there is no more guile or deception in your heart.
If you believe and confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus was raised from the dead you will be saved Confessing your sins using the form below is a method to relieve some of the pressure and guilt associated with confessing your sins and to prepare you to confess your sins with your mouth.
Detailed step by step information about how you can get saved-right now.
In order to be saved we need to confess our faults (sins) to each other.
Confession of your sins is an important step on your path to salvation and being saved.
Many things happen in life that appear beyond your control, it is important to get saved right away because if somethng happened to you-there would be no forgiveness for your sins after your death, no redemption for sin, unless you are saved.
How to get saved
Step by step instructions about how to get saved
Scroll down to confess your sins in our private Confession form
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Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Psalms 32:1
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