Romans 7:24 summarizes the Christian's frustration with sin, "O wretched man that I am! Who shall deliver me from the body of this death?" Any Christian growing up more and more from the most immature to the most mature want to be completely free from sin. But they must still struggle in the Lord, ask for the Holy Spirit to guide and convict them of their sins, to rely on God's life changing grace (Titus 2:11-14) to teach them the right way and not rely on themselves.
The Christian life has never been about the Christian's self-interest but the Christ in the Christian. Remove Christ from Christian, you are left with IAN meaning I Am Nothing. If you're truly saved then there's no way you can live like the rest of the world because of God's grace. There is no way that even the most immature believer will love their sin. Only fake converts will think that salvation is a license to sin. Truly saved people wish to be completely free from sin.
- Can A Truly Saved Christian Sin All They Please? NOT A CHANCE According to Scriptures!
- Debunking the Idea That Reformed Theology Makes Salvation "Complicated"
- Declare a Spiritual War Against the Heresy of Teaching the Possibility of a Fruitless Christianity!
- "Easy Baptists" Are Insulting Old Fashioned Christianity!
- "Easy Christianity" Churches Are Also Leading People to Hell
- "Easy Christianity" Seeks To Separate Itself From Sound Doctrine!
- It's Impossible to be a Christian and Not Bear Even ONE Good Fruit for the Lord Jesus Christ
- Jesus Christ is the Lord of EVERY Christian
- Struggling with Sin
- The Call of Salvation Is Salvation FROM Sin, NOT Salvation to Sin!
- Why Do Christians Do Good Works Even If They're Not Saved By Good Works?
- You Cannot Be a Christian and Hate the Doctrine of Christian Sanctification