We are admonished in the New Testament to walk as Jesus walked; yet most Christians are painfully aware that they fail, especially in day-to-day living. Then what do we do? What is the remedy? This … continue reading.
I do not always leap upwards in faith under my pressures. I sometimes jump down. That is when I sin. My human reactions, though negative, are not sin. They become sin when I follow them through … continue reading.
Despite learning about Jesus from a very young age, I was a sneaky, arrogant child who did not obey my Heavenly Father (or my earthly one). As a teen, I lived a cycle of underage drinking and sexual … continue reading.
It would be good to underline the danger of constant condemnation through the law, of which warning is given in Rom. 8:1. It is probably the most prevalent cause of unhappiness and ineffectiveness … continue reading.
To walk in continuous revival involves three main points: Walking with Jesus, Brokenness, Cups Running Over. But when cups do not run over, which is very often—then what? Only sin stops the inner … continue reading.
As we continue our series working our way systematically through the themes and topics of what we boldly call the Total Truth, we come to the problem of sin in the life of a believer. We know that our … continue reading.
“If we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship.” – 1 John 1:7 (King James Version) There is one other way, the healthiest of all, to maintain fellowship in personal … continue reading.
In this article Norman stresses the necessity of brokenness and confession of sin, not only before God, but before our brother. To walk in the light means that “horizontal” as well as “vertical” … continue reading.