May 30, 2016
The Danger of Known Sin
In James 2:1-7 James urges us not to show partiality.
But James knows it’s easy to rationalize and justify and excuse sin.
So in James 2:8-13 he explains why it’s so dangerous to continue in known sin.
Here’s a video in which I explain why it’s so dangerous, and what Jesus Christ will do for us when we turn to him.
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And here are some related posts you might find helpful –
- Can I Deliberately Keep Sinning And Still Be Forgiven? (Part One)
- Can I Deliberately Keep Sinning And Still Be Forgiven? (Part Two)
- How Promises Of Perseverance Fit Warnings Against Sin
- How Moses Overcame Temptation