The fear that we can break fellowship with God is stifling to our spiritual growth. The idea is that when we sin some type of barrier is erected between us and God. Then, when we confess our sin to God, the barrier is removed and we can be close to God again. 1 John 1:9
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We, who are in Christ, can get caught in the trap of thinking God loves us more when we obey him and less when we sin. The good news is that he loves us AND accepts us either way. How do we know that? First, we’re forgiven BEFORE we ever sin according to Ephesians 1:7