Tag Archives: sin

Grieving Over Sin

“Learning to grieve over evidences of sin in yourself and the world around you is one of the results of seeing sin from God’s perspective.” — A quote from the book, “Transforming Your Mind.”

Reject Sin without Compromise

“You cannot compromise with your sinful desires, and they will not demand less if you appease them occasionally. The only effective way to deal with your sinful desires, attitudes, and behavior is to totally reject them and embrace those situations that crucify them.” — A quote from the book, “Making the Transition.”

Our Responsibility and God’s

“As we focus on defeating our sinful attitudes and behavior (which is our responsibility, with His help), God is free to govern everything else that affects us (which is His responsibility).” — A quote from the book, “A Biblical Perspective of Self-Defense and Civil Disobedience.”

Comprehensive Redemption

“God blessed you with a perfect character that sin perverted, causing your greatest strengths to become your biggest problems. Since God’s plan of redemption is as comprehensive as the effects of sin, whatever sin has destroyed or perverted, He can save and restore.” — A quote from the book, “Making the Transition.”

Eliminating Crime

“Because secular society will not and indeed cannot address sinful human nature, all attempts — all attempts — to eliminate crime by eliminating weapons will fail.” — A quote from the book, “A Biblical Perspective of Self-Defense and Civil Disobedience.”

A Sinner Saved by Grace?

I’m not a sinner saved by grace, as many Christians claim. Yes, I once was a sinner, but I was saved by God’s grace and now I’m his child. By his grace, I’m growing spiritually and committed to serving him. I still sin, but that doesn’t make me a sinner, any more than a sinner Read More…

What Deeply Disturbs Me

These are some things that deeply disturb me regarding Christians (including myself) and the ineffectiveness of the American church. What I Can’t Stand Seeing Christians, including myself, living normal lives; preoccupied with worldly concerns; virtually ignorant of God’s kingdom and plan for their lives; striving to achieve goals indistinguishable from those of the unbelievers around Read More…