by Mike Ratliff
Most believers I know become quite perturbed with me when I dwell on the topic of sin after salvation. I fear that many of our number consider this a taboo topic. In their estimation, they are saved and they don’t have to worry about sin anymore. Of course these same believers are never very interested in the topic of personal holiness either. When these believers do sin they come across with an attitude like, “I know I sinned, but God is going to forgive me so what is the big deal?” It is as if they are living as examples of certain admonitions from scripture.
1 What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? Romans 6:1 (NASB)
What was the Apostle Paul’s response to that question?
2 May it never be! How shall we who died to sin still live…
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