Fallacy of the Sinning Christian (Page 2)
The Scriptures continue to testify that to be saved means to be saved from your sin.
Do your actions and words show that your love for Jesus is as unyielding as the grave?
Do you have eyes to see the condition of the church?
Are you an overcomer?
Like these early Christians, many in the modern American church, as well as much of the western world, have had the fire of God in their hearts diluted by the ice water of the responsibilities of life and pursuit of prosperity.
Will you spread your sin before the Lord now in deep repentance and a holy fear of God, that you and those around you might be saved; or will you wait until the Day of Judgment, and be damned?
As Adam Clarke wrote, “So he that says the blood of Christ either cannot or will not cleanse us from all sin in this life, gives also the lie to his Maker, who has declared the contrary…”
Ignorance refused to be convinced that he would be unable to enter the Celestial City unless he was crucified with Christ and born again.
An in-depth look at Scripture, …reveals that Jesus Christ is atonement and that he offered himself to forgive our past sins and to remove sin from us in the here and now.
A close look at the original Greek text overturns a cornerstone of this false gospel: Jesus did not become sin. Instead, “The one not having experienced sin took sin on our behalf in order that we might be made righteous.”
Are you determined to be a doulos of Jesus?
We must not mistake our righteousness as our own: righteousness is a gift from God that is infused into our soul.