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Because most of the time, they are looking at the imperfect lives of others and using the weaknesses of others to excuse some sin or issue in their own life. This behavior is not found in scripture… as a matter of fact, we are never to excuse sin or weakness, but rather put the light on the wrong, and get it dealt with.
The sooner we get things made right, the better off we will be. Why do we struggle in certain areas of our lives? Because there No one is perfect bible strongholds incorrect thinking patterns… spider webs in our mindunclean spirits which can make it very No one is perfect bible for a person to resist sinor we are still allowing other things to become more important to us than our relationship with God lack of relationship with God. And, Let every one that nameth the name of Christ depart from iniquity. Am I claiming to be perfect? Absolutely not!
Am I striving to work on any areas that the Lord shows me in my life that needs to be worked on? Am I seeing ? We need to stop comparing ourselves to one another, and begin to compare ourselves to the one that we are to be conformed to His image… that is Jesus Christ… who set an example of what He wants to see in us! Yes, we are! But that does not mean that we are to continue in sin!
Paul made this very clear in Romans when he said…. God forbid. Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness? This warning was given to born again Christians, who were under grace, and yet Paul said that if we yield ourselves to sin, we can become servants of sin which can bring fourth spiritual death in our lives!
Another passage in the Bible tells us that through the washing of the Word, God intends to make us without spot nor blemish! Notice that Jesus had to die for us before we were capable of coming into this perfection! As the verse above tells us, Jesus wants us without spot and without blemish!
Another passage in the Bible tells us that our body, soul mind, will and emotions and spirit CAN be blameless and sanctified wholly…. And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Bible tells us that Jesus came not to abolish the law, but that we will be capable of fulfilling the law…. How is this possible? How can we fulfill the law here on earth? Simple… we have died unto sin, and been made new creations in Christ Jesus!
I have more to say about this, so keep reading…. There is a very important and vital difference between A Forgiven Sinner and a Saint. Mere forgiven sinners are still in bondage to sin… whereas saints have been set free from the power of sin…. Did you know that when you accept Jesus and are baptized, you are baptized into His death, meaning you are now dead to your old life and unto sin?
Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection: Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.
For he that is dead is freed from sin. Now if we be dead with Christ, we believe that we shall also live with him: Knowing that Christ being raised from the dead dieth no more; death hath no more dominion over him.
Sin no longer has dominion over you! How then does it feel like sin still reigns in our lives? The Greek word for reckon here is logizomai, which basically means that we are to consider ourselves dead to sin. If we do not consider ourselves dead to sin, it will have power over us… even if it has no legal grounds for that power!
If our minds have not yet been renewed in that area, then strongholds incorrect thinking patterns can exist, and keep us feeling bound to sin. This means that once a person accepts Jesus, their spirit becomes new. The spirit of a man is the roots, or the core of the person the real you.
So how can a person become born again, and yet still struggle with sin and bondage in their lives? Even though your spirit has become new, your soul can carry over a lot of baggage from your lifestyle.
Factor 1 Our souls mind, will and emotions have dirt that still needs to be cleaned up. There are likely strongholds that exist that must be torn down. We need to be transformed by the renewing of our minds according to the Word of God! Factor 2 Unclean spirits need to be driven out. There are spirits behind many struggles that Christians face today, such as pornography, lust, sexual perversion and so fourth.
These spirits make it very difficult for a person to overcome in that area of their life, and NEED to be cast out!
Many believers feel beaten down and begin to question their love for God, simply because they cannot overcome an addiction in an area of their life, when in reality they need deliverance from a demonic spirit that is compulsively pushing them in the wrong direction. Here is a passage in Matthew where Jesus was casting out demons to demonstrate how He took our infirmities weaknesses when He shed His blood for us:.
In short, when a person has a demon which causes moral frailty, it can make it very hard to resist doing what is right. Factor 3 If we do not cultivate our relationship with God, it can become easy for us to allow other things including sinful things to become more important to us than our walk with God. When this happens, it can become easy to give in to sinful behavior.
The cure here is simple… seek an intimate relationship with God until He is the most important and valuable thing that you have to live for! It is perfectly normal for us to fail at times as we grow in our walk with the Lord, and Jesus already made provision for that on the cross. When we stumble, even if it is repeatedly, we can take our failure before the Lord in repentance, and receive forgiveness. What if we repeatedly keep falling into sin? I recommend seeking the root of your problem if this is the case, because it may be an unclean spirit that needs to be driven out before you will find freedom from your bondage.
Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. A relationship with Jesus is not about Him tolerating our sin, but Him loving us as we grow into perfection. In the early chruch, miracles were commonplace. The blind were seeing, the deaf were hearing, demons were being cast out, and even the dead were being raised! There are no Biblical reasons as to why such miracles should cease to exist today!
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