As Jesus (The Bridegroom) prepares His Bride for His return, he addresses the sin of perversion, which has been noticeable among the body of believers in this late hour of His timing. He addresses the guilt that we suffer when we find ourselves in this predicament as Christians. The shame we feel, as we think of losing our relationship with Him and yes He does turn His back on our sins when we are going through a process of our individuality while walking in a path of rebellion. During this process the enemy degrades us by bringing us into a place of self-condemnation, initiating total helplessness as we plunge into a place of loneliness and despair.The Spirit of the Lord wants us to know that He loves us and will forgive us of any confessed sin. We are encouraged to stop condemning ourselves, knowing that our righteousness is not in ourselves or what we have done to deserve His Grace, but in God through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and with this knowledge we should allow Him to redirect our path on this Journey, as He has sufficient Grace to carry us through.The word of God declares in John 3:16-17 (TPT): "For this is how much God loved the world-he gave his one and only, unique Son as a gift. So now everyone who believes in him will never perish but experience everlasting life. God did not send his Son into the world to judge and condemn the world, but to be its Savior and rescue it " He loves us There is also a section that is spoken concerning His plans for our lives which includes the importance of us bringing forth an end-time harvest, as He is also continuing to prepare for himself a spotless bride. Be blessed.