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"There there is no one who does good, not even one" - words of Jesus.
By what measure do you consider yourself 'good'?
Comparing yourself with those around you, family, friends, workmates, someone on the street? Or by using God's measure... "there there is no one who does good, not even one" and "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God"? Jesus paid the ultimate price so we can be forgiven of all those things which have separated us from God.
It's these things that cause our consciences to cry out for forgiveness & freedom from them.
The gospel (good news) - in a nutshell...
Jesus Christ, a man born of a virgin by God's Holy Spirit, sinless, roamed among us 2000 years ago. He performed many miracles, preached the Kingdom of God, pointed the way to salvation (freedom from sin) and eternal life.
He was then, and is today, God's only son, who is coming again very soon for those called by His name.
He suffered at the hands of religious and political leaders, dying an agonisingly painful death, nailed to a Roman cross. There he died, was soon after buried and three days later was miraculously raised to life again.
By doing this, Jesus took the weight of all our collective sin (wrong doing, unrighteousness) upon Himself, so that we can be totally free from it - into a brand new life. Not only be freed from sin's grip, but continue to be free of it!
We must choose whether to accept His offer of salvation, or deny Him and continue in our sin, which leads to death - and a very, very hot environment afterward, for all eternity - which is a very long time!
So, How do I ditch my guilt & shame, receive God's forgiveness and start again?
"Oh, what joy for those whose disobedience is forgiven, whose sin is put out of sight!
Yes, what joy for those whose record the Lord has cleared of guilt, whose lives are
lived in complete honesty!" Psalm 32:1-2 (NLT)
What Must I Do?
"For if a man is in Christ he becomes a new person altogether—the past is finished and gone, everything has become fresh and new." 2 Corinthians 5:17 (Phillips)