I want to begin a new series of posts concerning living in the flesh and believing lies. As a believer in Christ, we are to walk in the Spirit and live according to the truth. Yet, many find themselves struggling with sin and living defeated lives. We can live in the abundance that Jesus gives
For sin shall not be master over you, for you are not under law but under grace. (Romans 6:14) This is such a freeing verse. Many Christians today believe that they will never get above sin. They believe that they are still sinners who are just saved by grace. But this is not the truth.
I hate to admit this but I have fallen prey to the sin of comparison too many times to count. It’s a dangerous sin and one that befalls many in the body of Christ. The sin of comparison is when we compare ourselves to others. As Jesus-followers we are not in competition with each other. We are to compliment
American Christians today have a sin problem. Many of you are probably thinking, “Duh!!”. But our sin problem is not that we sin, but rather that we focus too much on our sin. Jesus has taken care of our sin problem by dying on the cross and being raised from the dead. He has overcome