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  1. Kazragami says:
    Aug 20,  · We sin because we are born sinners. Babies are extremely self centered and selfish. We try to teach them as they grow, to behave and be good, right? When Adam and Eve sinned, it was called the Fall of Mankind. They were kicked out of Paradise for.
  2. Mikashakar says:
    Sin You Sinners. A medallion forged in a voodoo ritual preserves an exotic dancer’s youth and beauty. When her jealous daughter and employer hatch plots to steal the amulet for themselves, it sets off a chain of events ending in murder.
  3. Dulabar says:
    Jun 19,  · Welcome to The Defense aim of this series is to help Christians more effectively “make a defense” (1 Pet. ) to those who challenge the teachings and values of New Testament prayer is that the following words will help and embolden you as you stand for Truth. There is a cliché that Christians often use – “Love the sinner, hate the sin.”.
  4. Malazshura says:
    Jul 30,  · If you’re alive, you know you’re a sinner. The original sin is our desire to imitate God as the enjoyer and controller. The basic illusion that covers the soul in the material world is that he thinks he's the enjoyer. Factually Krishna is the only.
  5. Kagalar says:
    The Gospel Truth Like You Have Never Heard It Jesus did not come to condemn you or count your sins, we are not here to do that either. Jesus came to "reconcile you to himself, not counting your sins against you " 2 Cor paraphrase "Therefore, my friends, I want you to know that through Jesus the forgiveness of sins is proclaimed to
  6. Vomuro says:
    The sin you have in your mind when you sent in this question, and the sin in my life are precisely the sins that Jesus bore to the cross. These are the reasons Jesus died. He died to take away our sin debt, to pay for our sins, to forgive us, and offer us a life that looks forward to Him and not back at our sin (2 Corinthians ; 1 Peter
  7. Vit says:
    Dec 14,  · If you’re despairing, and you’re trembling that you don’t know if you have the fruit or the evidence in your life that you’re born again, and then you read 1 John , and you use it to kill yourself, that’s not the Holy Spirit. That’s not the new birth. That’s not the new creature in Christ responding.
  8. Sazshura says:
    But the new man has put off his sins. 1 Peter even tells us, “as He who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct.” So not only does it never once say in the Bible that we have to remain sinners, but it also gives us a powerful exhortation to become holy to .
  9. Darr says:
    The sinner sins. How do you separate the sin from the sinner, and to be honest, at the final judgement it is the sinner who is condemned for his sin. It's not like Jesus says, “There, there, you can come into heaven, but I'm going to send your sin to hell.” No. At the last day the sinner is condemned with the sin.

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