Joseph Prince (Worldwide speaker and author of Destined to Reign) and Andrew Wommack (Andrew Wommack Ministries and author of many books) teaches this with the Grace (hyperGrace) message, as does my local Pastor. They say we are already forgiven for our past, present, and future sins, and because of that our sins are overlooked. So there's no need to confess our sins, ask forgiveness, and repent.

What is the Biblical basis for this belief?

  • IMO, there isn't other than to explain away the verses in 1 John, which they did, by attributing it to refer to Jewish believers. – pehkay May 10 '16 at 5:41
  • Joseph uses many scriptures for justifying his beliefs. Look at the many verses taken out of context here: josephprince.org/daily-grace/grace-inspirations/… – Steve May 10 '16 at 13:12
  • I wish that these questions were in the form of "IS THERE A BIBLICAL BASIS"...then you could just say...NO. – Abstraction is everything. Aug 3 '17 at 23:55

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