My sister, I would like to point you to 1st John 3 vs 9. it says, “Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God.” In John 3:3 , God told Nicodemus we can NOT see the Kingdom of God unless we be born again. The truly converted Christian will be a living testimony of the transforming grace of Jesus Christ. His death on the cross as a sinless man made it possible THROUGH HIM (not through our own efforts) to turn away from our sins (because all HAVE sinned and fallen short) but no, as we see in the verse above, we are not to remain in our sins. As God is merciful, He is also just. If we do not plead for this transformation on of character then we don’t truly want it.. and if we don’t truly want it.. we don’t truly want Heaven because as Jesus told Nicodemus, no can enter Heaven unless He has this. I hope I have helped you in some way! Please be free to contact me further for a deeper explanation!
H e currently stars in cop-com Brooklyn Nine-Nine, from the makers of Parks & Recreation, which airs on Fox in the US and E4 here. For his role as puppyish, prank-playing man-child Jake Peralta - a hotshot detective at the NYPD’s 99th precinct (“I work best alone. Except when it comes to sex. Actually, sometimes including sex”) - Samberg won the Golden Globe for Best Comedy Actor, while the show beat The Big Bang Theory and Modern Family to Best TV Comedy gong. Like Cagney & Lacey with lolz, it’s one of the most likeable, flat-out enjoyable sitcoms around.