The Story of the Bible
- The Message
- Have You Been Lied To?
- What Sin Problem?
- How Did This Happen?
- What Will Fix It?
- A Universal Solution
- But I'm a Good Person!
- Still Have a Sin Problem?
- We Still Need Help
- Universal Access for a Universal Problem
- Progressive Revelation?
- Crash Course in the Truth
- Living Under Law or Grace?
- Which Preachers are Unbelievers?
- Supposed to Get Stronger, Right?
- They Can't All Be Telling the Truth!
- Summed Up in Two Sentences
- Keep the Faith
Are you a christian who repeatedly finds yourself committing the same sins? Most of us, even in the church, often think we don't struggle with sin, when, in fact, we all do constantly. Maybe you think of your sins as simply bad habits or shortcomings. But they are, in fact, sins.
Do the words of the apostle Paul found in Romans 7:19,24 describe your daily christian life? This is not how God designed His plan of redemption to function. Most of my life, I have lived with my focus on trying to abstain from bad deeds, and perform good deeds. I thought this was what being a "good" christian was all about. The problem was that I couldn't set myself free from still desiring sin in my heart. Also, the good that I knew I should do, I usually didn't get done. At best, I practiced behavior modification and performed religious disciplines.
Someone once said "desperation precedes revelation". It did for me. The Bible declares God's solution for sin was complete, and made a way available so that we no longer have to be slaves to the sinful nature that lives within us. God has provided Deliverance from sin, not man-made and produced recovery from it. Jesus died that you may be delivered from both the penalty and power of sin.
I hope the information provided will enable you to experience all of God's benefits He has provided in His redemption plan.