Tag Archives: sin definition

Too many labels & attempts at identity

Last week I met a stranger named Person and someone gave me a bottle of water simply labeled H2O. Perhaps we over label people! Then I read where someone had posted: “The Bible calls us to leave behind all the … Continue reading

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The word sin may seem outdated, but the practice of sin isn’t.

Wrongful behaviors, thoughts, feelings and desires are like the mighty current in a river. We don’t know how strong our corruption is as long as we are flowing cooperatively along with it, but when we sincerely try to resist it, … Continue reading

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Hate wrongdoing but love the wrongdoer

(While I was writing this blog post, my mind was being besieged by thoughts telling me that I shouldn’t be writing about hating sin. A few minutes after posting it, I picked up a book that I was reading last … Continue reading

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