Sermon About Freedom: Who Sins?

 Who Sins? Freedom From Habitual Sin I John 5:18

Freedom From Habitual Sin
This is one of those verses that makes us uncomfortable because of what we know about ourselves.
Does this passage teach that Christians are incapable of sin?
Such a suggestion is absurd.
Scripture contradicts this idea Romans 3:23; I John 1:8-10; Phil. 3:8-14

Freedom sin is when people go through life without God's guidance. This term refers to the destruction brought about by a lack of morals. Sin is basically living contrary to God's will; and when people live freely, they often choose to rebel against God's will. Rebels may feel they are gaining strength by choosing to live counter to God's will. However, this mindset leads directly to spiritual decay, depravity and ultimately destruction.

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All have sinned (Romans 3:23)

All sin is the same (James 2:10-11)
We look at sin as a bar graph instead of it all being equal
Matthew 7:1-5

So then, what is the meaning of the passage?
Those who are committed to God and continue to walk in his way practice righteousness and do not choose to practice sin.
 I John 3:9 for a similar statement that gives commentary to this thought.
Therefore, John is referencing continued, persistent, willful sin.

God Knows Your Sin

God knows all and sees all (1 Chron. 28:9; 1 Cor. 4:5; Heb. 4:12-13)
God hears all (Jas. 5:3-4)
Sin cannot be covered and hid (Prov. 28:13)!

A person who avoids persistent, willful sin is born of God
A better statement is begotten and indicates the idea of God bearing us.
It means then the gracious act of God in conferring upon those who believe the status of children imparting to them spiritual life.
How does this happen? (John 3:9) – I Pet. 1:22-25

A person who avoids persistent, willful sin……
Jesus protects us.
Jesus spoke of keeping his disciples in John 17:12
John 10:25-30
I Peter 3:13
Sermon About Freedom: Who Sins?
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The gospel has come by Christ.

Jesus is the Lamb of God (Jn. 1:29)
A blood sacrifice (Heb. 9:22)
Take away sins (1 Jn. 3:5)
He died for us {sinners} (Rom. 5:8)
A sacrifice for sin (Heb. 9:23-28)

May we respond to His truth to be freed from sin.
John 1:17.
For the Law was given through Moses; grace and truth were realized through Jesus Christ.

However, people need to follow Christ if they want a strong freedom life.  He willingly sacrificed Himself so that people could have eternal freedom in heaven. Now that people are free from sin and slavery to sin, they can choose whether or not to follow Christ. Those who do can experience freedom in both body and soul.

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