Posts Tagged ‘sin’

It’s No Mistake

December 10th, 2010

Sin is a very uncomfortable word. It implies that there exists a moral absolute that we are accountable to and a moral absolute that we have fallen short of. And as a result, this word has almost completely dropped out of our vocabulary. But when we allow the concept of what sin is to be distorted, there are far reaching consequences. Rather than getting us off the hook, ignoring the reality of sin actually robs us of much of the joy there is in the Christian life!

That many of us can at times have a half-hearted approach to God and find it hard to muster up any passion in our worship of him is often down to an inadequate understanding of sin. One of the richest treasures of knowing God is knowing his grace. But if we have a deficient view of the reality of sin, we will never fully fathom the depths of God’s amazing grace!

If you want to understand why the Christian message is such incredibly good news, you don’t want to miss the final installment of the ‘Distorted’ series this Sunday morning at Churchcentral.

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