As we turn our attention to the present-day, social issues, today we discuss black forgiveness. It is a pillar of Critical Race Theory, which is the opposite of the gospel.Try Audible Plus
Michael Furlonger Shares The Gospel Through The Old Testament Law
The biggest questions that I come across is, “What do I do after I accept faith in Jesus Christ?” It’s a good question. After all, if we are “saved by grace through faith,” what do I do with everyday problems?
Is my porn addiction under the guise of grace? No, it’s not. Is my swearing covered under the guise of grace? No, it’s not. Is my disrespect for my parents, my spouse and my boss covered by the guise of grace? No. It. Is. Not.
You never recognize how bad something is until you are free of it. I never knew how crippling pornography was until I tasted the freedom that godly living provided. How isolating this sin was to me.
I never knew how disrespect hindered me from making genuine connections until I was free of it.
Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him. (Psalm 34:8)
First we taste, and then we see.
Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death? (Romans 7:24)
Did I just strike a nerve? You may be freed from an addiction of pornography or disrespect or swearing, but find yourself still drawn to sexual thoughts, anger, bad language. After Apostle Paul asks, “Who will save me from this body that is subject to death,” that is ‘subject to sin’, he says,
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Thanks be to God, who delivers me through Jesus Christ our Lord! (Romans 7:25)Tweet