Spiritual conviction defined:
Spiritual: relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul (as opposed to material or physical things)
Conviction: a firmly held belief or opinion. Therefore Spiritual Conviction can be defined as such: a firmly held belief or opinion relating to or affecting the human spirit or soul. Feb 21 2019
How could I know the sin in my life without the conviction of the Holy Spirit?
How could I confess my evilness if it were not for Jesus Christ and His holy divine sacrifice?
Without forgiveness I would be condemned to the fires of hell. No hope, no choice; I would stand in the forever condemnation of guilt before a holy, and just God. Some might say they will not surrender, we will fight for our freedom, as useless as it would be, victory through our own strength, and power would be senseless. God has control over all things, after all it is His creation, He is the divine ruler of all. We live in a physical world, we have no interaction with the spiritual world, but God on the other hand controls both. When you die and are no longer in this physical world, you will be in the spiritual realm, and there you have absolutely no say so, no control, yet you will be there forever, and ever.
God knew all this, giving Jesus, His one and only son, as the sacrifice for man’s sin, His precious blood was shed, and covers all the sin of the world, past, present, and future. God gave to us (mankind) a perfect sacrifice, that through the blood of Jesus Christ we could be saved from hell by believing on Jesus, and trusting in Him with all our heart. It is amazing to see how we treat each other, even the Christians in the churches showing their unloving attitude towards their fellow brothers, and sisters in Christ. The bible teaches in First John 4:20:
Obedience by Faith
If someone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen?
But God knew how we, mankind, would be. Satan came to the Garden of Eden and wrecked God’s plans, but did he? I think not, God knew what Satan was going to do. On top of God creating all that we know in the world and universe, behind the scene God knew He had to deal with Satan in such a way that His holiness, perfection, honesty, sovereignty, and providence would not be affected. We think all He has to do is destroy Satan and be done with it, but no He could not do that. It would be like Him destroying mankind because we fail to measure up.
God created man, in His image, He loved mankind more than we realize, we were created in smallness, weak, and dependent on God. When Satan was created as Lucifer he was created in power and placed in a leadership position, later to deny God and His commandments, even coming to a point where he thought he could be above God, his creator. Satan failed and was cast out of the heavenly host. When God created man, like I said, He loved man, and wanted man to love Him in return, to be reverent, obedient, and had this taken place, we would be in Eden today. However we all know the story about Adam and Eve how they failed, and lost the world to Satan, and came under sin’s influence. God wants us to love Him today, He gave so much to save us from Satan’s hell. Jesus gave His life for you, and me, by believing, and trusting Him as our Lord, and Savior we can be in heaven instead of hell. When looking in God’s holy word, we can plainly see the complete story from the Garden of Eden to the End of the world. God tells us in Revelation 22: 6-7
The Time Is Near
Then he said to me, “These words are faithful and true.” And the Lord God of the holy prophets sent His angel to show His servants the things which must shortly take place. “Behold, I am coming quickly! Blessed is he who keeps the words of the prophecy of this book.”