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Christ Has Taken The Sins Of The World, Believers Don’t Have To Confess Their Sins Again – Pastor Abel Damina

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Pastor Abel Damina has made it known that there’s no confession of sins for believers who are in Christ Jesus. Pastor Abel Damina who was preaching during his sermon “The Misunderstood God” made it known that believers must not confess sins again.

He said Jesus Christ was the lamb God sent to take away the sins of the world and before Christ, there was no offering that God requested for.

He made it known that since Christ has taken the sins of the world, then believers don’t have to confess their sins again. He revealed that every believer now have forgiveness of sins in Christ and he’s the only hope of every believer.

Pastor Abel Damina is popularly known for his sermon about who God is, so many times he has come out to reveal that God is not the person that some people are thinking he is.

He always has his opinion made known that God doesn’t do evil and there’s no appearance of evil in him. 

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