Your Jesus Message of the Day: When To Know if Every Mistake is a Sin, Guided by the Lord

Romans 3:23

For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.

Even when you feel as though your mistakes are bigger than your love for Me, I will come to you, as it is my duty, to ground you and keep you focused on My teachings. I have witnessed your journey, the moments of triumph and the instances where you stumbled and fell. Now you raise the issue of admitting to your mistakes, an act which takes great courage.

Proverbs 24: 16

For though the righteous fall seven times, they rise again, but the wicked stumble when calamity strikes.

The Lord understands that acknowledging your mistakes can be an uncomfortable process. It requires humility and vulnerability, as you confront the imperfections that lie in your heart. Admitting your mistakes is not a sign of weakness, instead it is a testament to your strength and willingness to grow.

In the face of mistakes, it is natural for fear and guilt to take hold. You may worry about the consequences that follow, and that proves your heart is good. I want you to remember that I am here to offer you forgiveness and redemption. My love knows no bounds, and I am always ready to embrace you with open arms. Let no other man judge you.

Admitting your mistakes allows you to release the burden of guilt and shame that weighs upon your soul. It is an act of liberation, freeing you from the chains that hold you back or make you feel that heavy weight of guilt. When you admit your mistakes, you create space within your heart for healing and transformation.

Jesus’ Love

Do not be afraid to face the truth, for it is in the truth that you find freedom. Embrace the lessons that your mistakes offer you, for they are steppingstones on the path to wisdom and self-discovery. Every stumble, every wrong turn, is an opportunity for growth and learning. The journey is not about perfection but about progress.

If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness (John 1:9). Confessing your mistakes will clear your path, so that you can see the light ahead of you, instead of the darkness.

Whoever conceals their sins does not prosper, but the one who confesses and renounces them finds mercy (Proverbs 28:13). A plant does not grow in the dark, it needs the forgiveness of light to excel in size and strength.

What Jesus Does For You

Facing Your Mistakes Alone

When you admit to your mistakes, you demonstrate an integrity that will develop your character. It takes courage to own up to your faults and face the consequences. But in doing so, you inspire others to do the same. Your vulnerability becomes a beacon of light, guiding others to do the same. This means that you are never truly alone

Learning The Value of Making Mistakes

I am always by your side, offering love and reminding you of your values. Seek solace in prayer, for prayer is always available to you day and night. It provides a space for introspection and self-awareness. Allow My love to reach you and learn the strong value of it, enveloping you in a sense of peace and acceptance.

Allowing Your Mistakes to Strengthen You

Embrace the power of forgiveness. Forgive yourself for your mistakes, just as I have forgiven you. Embrace the opportunity to start anew, to walk a path illuminated by grace and compassion. When you forgive yourself, you open the door to self-love and acceptance, which you can use to strengthen you.

Stay In My Love

You are loved unconditionally. Admitting your mistakes is not a burden but a blessing. It is an act of surrender and trust in My divine plan for your life. May you find the strength and courage to face your mistakes with humility and grace. May you discover the transformative power that lies within the embrace of truth. Most of all, may you always remember that in admitting your mistakes, you open the door to a life filled with growth, compassion, and everlasting love, including the love I have for you.

Isaiah 1:18

Come now, let us settle the matter," says the LORD. "Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.

“Mistakes come and go, with no man left to judge other than the Lord.”