This week I want to talk about sin… I don’t typically like to talk about sin. I think we spend more than enough time doing that usually in the church. It’s always better to focus on Christ than to focus on our sin!
But we can’t deny that for most of us, myself most definitely included, sin is something we continue to see rear it’s ugly head in our lives at times.
We all occasionally do things that aren’t healthy, they aren’t good choices, they are damaging to ourselves and others around us.
So why if we are free from sin as Christians do we find ourselves struggling with sin so much?
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I’ll be heading to New England from the 4th-13th of April. I just added another meeting to that tour in New York which I’m really excited about. If you want to find out more about this trip and other trips I have scheduled for later in the year you head over to my itinerary
If you are in one of the areas I’ll be visiting this year and would like to host a meeting please do send me an email and we can discuss the possibilities of this. I’ve also got a couple spots open towards the end of 2014 for completely separate trips if you would like to host me.
If I’m Not A Sinner, Why Do I Still Sin?
In this week’s podcast we discuss
1) Why sin is not primarily about what you do.
2) What sin is primarily about
3) How we can still choose to sin as Christians
4) Why God hasn’t removed our ability to sin as Christians
5) And lots, lots more…
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Intro/Extro Music used with permission from St. Theodore