And this objection on the part of some Protestants is one of the things that troubles me the most. Do you really think you are free from sin?
Don’t you care about actually being free from sin?
Do you really think you will go through all eternity sinful and imperfect, with your sins “covered by the blood”?
This is the point at which justification by faith alone stops being a legitimate Christian opinion and starts being a deadly heresy. If you really think your actual moral and spiritual state doesn’t matter because all that matters is your “standing” before God, then you have accepted a warped version of the Christian faith that runs directly contrary to all of Scripture and to the entire Christian tradition before the Reformation (and most of it, including much of Protestantism, afterwards).
If it isn’t all about becoming holy in the end, what’s the point of any of it? I don’t want to be sinful but forgiven for all eternity. I want to stop being sinful.