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"Being made free from sin and become the servants to God, ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life."
- Romans 6:22
 
Some Christian preachers make it too easy for people to become reconciled with God.  Some arguments run like this: "All that is necessry is to accept Christ in faith, and then all sins are forgiven. the next day the same sins are committed, and the same process of asking for pardon in Christ is repeated, and so it goes on." People who argue this do not know what Christianity teaches, and they certainly do not know the sanctifying power of Christian faith. The bondage to sin is the most terrible bondage to which one can be subjected.
 
The sanctified are set apart to the service of God. All who . . .

"Being made free from sin and become the servants to God, ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life."
- Romans 6:22
 
Some Christian preachers make it too easy for people to become reconciled with God.  Some arguments run like this: "All that is necessry is to accept Christ in faith, and then all sins are forgiven. the next day the same sins are committed, and the same process of asking for pardon in Christ is repeated, and so it goes on." People who argue this do not know what Christianity teaches, and they certainly do not know the sanctifying power of Christian faith. The bondage to sin is the most terrible bondage to which one can be subjected.
 
The sanctified are set apart to the service of God. All who have entered into Christ have obligated themselves to serve Him. The growth unto sanctification is attained by a constant and persistent study of God's Word and daily effort to bring oneself into obedient fruit bearing lives. They could not, then, because they were under grace, afford to abandon this and turn again to the service of sin. This act would be without reason; it would wreck their hope and entail on them eternal death.
 
Chrisitan friends, Christ has redeemed us from the devil, that we might be the LORD'S own and serve Him willingly and gladly.
 
      In God we put our trust;
      If we are sins confess,
      Faithful He is, and just,
      From all unrighteousness
      To cleanse us all, both you and me;
      We shall from all our sins be free.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - Living for Christ brings true freedom. 

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