Luke 7:47 "Therefore I say to you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven, for she loved much. But to whom little is forgiven, the same loves little." I ran across this verse this morning, and was wondering about it. Were her sins forgiven becasue she loved much, or did she love much becasue her sins were forgiven? What does it mean to whom little is forgiven, is this little is forgiven because little was confessed, repented of, or in the persons opinion there is little for them to be forgiven of? I guess I mean like, repenting, but not of all their sins, so some are not forgiven. A person who does not see what they do is sin, or doesn't care it is sin, and does not repent, and is not forgiven? Does this say if for whatever reason the sin is not forgiven (whether unrepentant or whatever) that person has less love for God?