Do we have to emphasize that sins are bad for us? It is because they harm us. Do we have to point out in particular that Jesus as our Savior forgives all of our sins? They are forgiven because the sacrifice of Jesus more than paid for our sins. His shed blood as the perfect sacrificial lamb has freed us from all of our sins for all eternity. That is why God says about those who believe in His Son as their Savior: “Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more.” (God in Hebrews 10:17; NIV)

We have eternal security in Jesus

You will sin in this world (unfortunately) from time to time. This is not good; but that’s not a broken leg, and certainly not a cause for concern that you might lose your salvation through Jesus (John 10:27-28). Every time you sin, rejoice that Jesus has also completely covered this sin for you with His sacrifice. Develop a consciousness of grace and leave the consciousness of sin behind. Sin-consciousness and fear go hand in hand

The devil wants you to look selfishly centered on yourself, on your actions, on your sins. God wants you to look at what Jesus did for you. Jesus paid the highest of all possible prices to free you from all guilt. “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.” (Romans 3:23-24; NIV)

Romans 3:22-24 - All have sinner and all who believe are freely justified by grace

God always gives you new strength

What do you think is what is driving you spiritually? When you look at yourself and your sins? Is there strength for purification and improvement? No. Only with Jesus can you find all grace and all strength and all reaffirmation to sin less and less.

“The Lord your God is with you, the Mighty Warrior who saves. He will take great delight in you; in his love he will no longer rebuke you, but will rejoice over you with singing.” (Zephaniah 3:17; NIV)

So: always go to your loving Heavenly Father. Not with feelings of guilt (because you are only looking at yourself and your actions), but with grateful joy at what God and Jesus have done for you (because then you are looking at your Creator and your Lord).