God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. 2 Corinthians 5:21 NIV
God hates sin. Christ took all sin to the cross that through His life being sacrificed that sin be destroyed. This takes place for those who believe in Christ. Most, though, choose to hold onto their sinful nature. They will not turn their sins over to Christ. They therefore shall face judgement. Although we turn our sinful nature over to Christ, there are times when we will fail and fall into sin. If we are a true believer, the Holy Spirit will convict us of our wrong doing and we will need to seek reconciliation and forgiveness from Christ. Remember Peter asked Christ how many times He sould forgive someone who sins against him. Christ does not keep a running tab of all the times you have sinned. What he wants is your repentant heart. He wants to see your recognition that He is always there waiting to forgive and restore to reconciliation. This is the power of the cross. Christ took all your sins to the cross, past, present, and future. Live in Christ! You are made righteous in the sight of the Father solely through Jesus Christ.