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I have so many regrets in my life n its makes me sad that i cant chnge things that have passed. I wouldn’t have had these regrets if i had just stuck to God’s word; that’s what makes me sad. i feel like I’ve lost so much. any bible verses i could read. any advice

11/06/12 at 08:21 PM


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  • mike says...

    when we know in our heart that Jesus is our lord and savior
    and we say it with our mouth and turn from our sin we are
    forgiven. The hard part is forgiving ourself. If you have not
    been baptized now would be a good time to wash away the
    sin of an old life and be born again.

    11/07/12 at 11:47 AM

  • Mike says...

    Hey Kim, God bless you. Don’t fear. Live your life keeping a focus on John 3:30. Your sin may be in your heart right now, but just give it up to God and he will cleanse you, over and over again. You are a daughter of His, and He will never let go of you. Be strong and courageous, and as long as you try to get back on the right path things will work out. Love you sister!!

    11/07/12 at 09:12 PM

  • KEEP FAITH IN GOD says...

    It’s not too late to turn back to the Lord! I’m not sure where it’s found in the Bible, but the Holy Spirit brought to mind the words “If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins.” God, thank You for these true, wonderful words!

    11/15/12 at 05:52 PM

  • MICHELLE says...

    god says he is a god of restoration came to restore and heal the broken hearted wounds

    11/16/12 at 11:39 AM

  • chase says...

    Lord, forgive kim for her mistakes. give her strength and communicate with her through your word. Amen.

    11/17/12 at 10:07 AM

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