How a Christian can Overcome Sin (pt. 3)

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(Again I want to remind the readers that this blogpost is for those who are truly Christians. If you are not a Christian, your first course of action is to repent from your life of sin and put your faith in Jesus Christ first. Here is a link to help you understand the importance of this act of faith.)

Three weeks ago I began a series on how a Christian can overcome sin. Indeed, “there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Rom 8:1), but Christians still struggle Turning-from-Sinagainst sin’s power and influence (Rom 7; Heb 12:1; 1 John 1:9).… Continue reading

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How to Overcome Sin (pt. 2)

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(Again I want to remind the readers that this blogpost is for those who are truly Christians. If you are not a Christian, your first course of action is to repent from your life of sin and put your faith in Jesus Christ first. Here is a link to help you understand the importance of this act of faith.)

Two weeks ago I began a series on how a Christian can overcome sin. Yes, “there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus” (Rom 8:1), but just because we are free from the penalty of sin does not mean we are completely free from its power and influence.… Continue reading

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How to Overcome Sin

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(Before I begin, let me start with a footnote. This blogpost is for those who are truly Christians. If you are not a Christian, these truths still apply to you, but you need to repent from your life of sin and put your faith in Jesus Christ first. Here is a link to help you understand the importance of this act of faith.)

In the book of 1 John, the Apostle John is making a case for showing the difference between what a true Christian is and what is not. A true Christian obeys God, loves God’s truth, and loves God’s people.… Continue reading

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