Monday, July 6, 2015

It’s not a sin to be tempted, duh!

But why even seek to be near a place where you know you'll come into some temptation.. ever? Don't, it's not healthy, not bright, not near wise. 


Choice.. show love towards all sinners, and for what they on occasion say that is true, but not love what they do wrong. 


And never expect them to act like they're already regenerated inside. Pray earnestly for them daily. Don't try to reform or moralize them. Why drive em away? Remember how you were back in the day. You used to love what you now in Christ loathe, sinning, and love what you used to in the world loathe - doing what's biblical. 


Let God change people around you. Let Him use you to share the Gospel. Too many Christians waste time trying to reform and change sinners so they're more saintly looking, talking, acting. But unsaved sinners sin because they are sinners. They need a miracle.. a new nature inside. 


It's a sin to sin. The Bible and the Holy Spirit agree telling ya what that is. Listen, it's only a sin for you when you give into temptation. Resist that dweeb, Mr Lu-Cifer (the devil), and run fast if you need to. Remember how Joseph did that instead of lusting or falling. 


It's a really bad idea to give in and blow it when God can and will make a way out for you. God can help us to think, to speak, and to act in a way that pleases Him.. you know, according to His good Word and way.



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"Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come. Now all these things are from God, who reconciled us to Himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation.." ~ Paul, 2 Corinthians 5:17

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