I didn’t read the link to your biblecode website- since it isn’t in your post topic, and I’m sure you had no intention of hijacking your own post, right? Right.
but to answer your stated topic question-
no, technically, none of our sins should be forgiven. Fortunately, God loves us and gratuitously forgives us of our sins-and He wants us to forgive others of the sins they commit against us.
So your question is a little duplicitous-
on the one hand, it seems that your question implies that you think that not only are we unworthy forgiveness (which I would agree with-we depend upon God’s grace for forgiveness) but that you would take that one step further by rejecting God’s forgiveness.
On the other hand, if your question is geared toward “forgiving sinners” rather than “forgiving sins,” well, all I can say is that you’re caught up in semantics. When you pay off a debt, you’re not actually paying “the debt” you’re paying the person to whom you owe the debt-nobody sees that as a semantic quandry. The usual way this is expressed is that we are forgiven our sins, or that we are forgiven of/for our sins.