FAQ on the Christian Faith
No. Sins do not disappear with confession, but with faith in the gospel of the water and the Spirit. Our sins can disappear only when we believe in the baptism and the blood of Jesus, which cleansed us of all sins. This is the gospel of the spiritual salvation of Jesus, who washed away all our sins with His baptism in the Jordan.
The confession of sins is the only evidence for someone to recognize the Law of God, but redemption is given to us only when we believe in the baptism and the Cross of Jesus.
The water of His baptism and the blood of Christ is the truth of Heaven that saved all people from sin, and our salvations do not depend on the confession of sins, but on believing that Jesus took the sins from all human beings with His baptism. The crucifixion of Jesus was the punishment for all those sins He took away from us sinners.
Therefore, our true salvation is in the baptism in the Jordan and the blood on the Cross. The reason we were cleansed of all our sins is because we believe in Jesus, who washed away all our sins.
Those who preach that we can be redeemed by confessing our sins are ignoring the true salvation of God.
Therefore, we must believe in the baptism and the blood of Jesus, the salvation of God. Do not ever say that the sins of mankind can be forgiven by confessing them to God.
Know that our sins will put us into hell, but believing in Jesus, His baptism and blood, which redeems us and lets us become righteous before God, can wash our sins away. It is the only way we can be saved from all our sins. Let us all become aware that we have been washed of our sins all at once by believing in the words of truth, the water and the blood of Jesus (1 John 5:4-8).
Sins are not blotted out every time we confess. If you insist on relying on confession, you will end up in hell. Let us believe in the true gospel so that the sins in our hearts can be washed away. Believe with your heart, not only with your head, and be free of your sins forever.