The Doctrine of Sin - Session 10

by Thamo Naidoo | Doctrine

We don’t want to continuously be journeying on roads that bring us to dead ends, cul-de-sacs. We want to find the road that will bring us to timelessness, to the eternal, to the original, divine mind of God.

We don’t want to continuously be journeying on roads that bring us to dead ends, cul-de-sacs. We want to find the road that will bring us to timelessness, to the eternal, to the original, divine mind of God

In this session Pastor Thamo provides insight concerning, how we need to allow the eternal to influence how we live in the temporal. This session refers to the importance of the word of God, as it will bring you to the mind of God, to the eternal wisdom, the counsel, the purposes that God has for each one of our lives. This teaching converges on understanding sin not from the legalistic, pedantic, ritual, and ceremonial way but to view it from the way God views it. It further encourages and implores the listener to not drift, wander, deviate or choose their own philosophies to life, instead, choose to give God the predominant, preeminent, primordial place in your life, that He is the very reason you exist, and everything else becomes peripheral to how you view Him. Subsequently, when our view of Him is right, everything around us adjusts accordingly.

So when we talk on the subject of sin, we’re talking about how not to deviate because sins means to wander, to go away, to drift, to find your own pathway, to create your own compass, to choose your own, you know, philosophy to life.

If you come to know God as your Father, you cannot sin anymore.

In the preceding sessions we were taught about the prominence and magnitude of the Holy Spirt in relative to the aspect of sin. This session in the series on the Doctrine of Sin, revisits the foundational principles of our position and identity in Christ. The grand narrative is that you belong to the greatest family in the whole earth, in the whole of creation and God is your Father, a promise that is irrevocable, that God swore by Himself and by His Word. This implies aspiring to not live for myself but to live for God, dead to the old way, living a new life unto Christ. This teaching provides an assurance that no matter how bad your vice, habit, attachment, practice is, you can come before God and ask for His grace and forgiveness, however you must choose to not live presumptuously and hurt or harm your relationship with God.

If you come to know God as your Father, you cannot sin anymore.
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