The Doctrine of Sin - Session 1
The ultimate purpose is to structure your life in such a way so that you can find your greatest satisfaction. And if you want the “more” which is that intimate engagement with God on the subject of sin, the doctrine on the subject that we call sin, can help you to realise that all we want to do is teach you how to structure every aspect of your being so that you would live a life of absolute intimacy with God and no section of your life would have to be veiled or prohibited from divine engagement.
The Doctrine of Sin
In this series on The Doctrine of Sin, Pastor Thamo establishes and focuses on the enquiry into the subject of sin or the doctrine of sin. This session offers a fascinating look into how you can adjust your positions so that you can live within the boundaries that God has designed for your life. If you desire to engage, build, and experience a meaningful and intimate relationship with God, you must comprehend these indispensable facts. He makes constant reference to doctrinal concepts and examines various notions that we are predisposed to, that reveals inconsistencies and inaccuracies in our understanding and comprehension on the topic of sin.
The only reason we do not realise that we are sinning is because we’ve not been educated in the areas that we could be entering into serious violations or breaching codes of conduct as set out for us from the Holy Word of God.
Sin Means to Miss the Mark
This study offers a thorough explication and interpretation on the meaning of sin according to the word of God and provides an unmitigated framework that shows an individual how you can prohibit or protect yourself from entering into a position that brings violations, that would be detrimental to enjoying some of the greatest privileges in life. Additionally, sons of God need to structure their life and frame it according to the Word of God because the Word of God is not just simply our compass, but it mentors us into how we should live our lives so that we can commune and engage with God, our Creator.
If I’m attached to something else, I’m a son of that thing and I become synergised with that. And that’s how you create symbiotic relationships.