Jesus Himself has called us to be a disciple, His follower. This is the greatest calling that a human can have.
The scriptures are not ambiguous concerning victory over sin. A victorious life is fully possible, and living in sin is completely unnecessary. No one needs to be a slave to sin.
Because Christ became like one of us, we now have the opportunity to become like Him. Christ was manifested in the flesh, and now His life can be manifested in our flesh.
God’s Word speaks about being “more than conquerors” over sin. But how?
Is there actually any difference between temptation and sin?
John writes that we all have sin, but that those who commit sin have neither seen God nor known Him. (1 John 1:8; 1 John 3:6). What is the difference?
How can I know for sure what is right and wrong? What do I do about those guilty feelings?
The forgiveness of sins is one of the greatest gifts possible. It is the start of the Christian life, one of the results of Jesus’ work. What does the forgiveness of sins involve, how do we receive it, and what happens next?
We know that we all are sinners and need to be saved from our sin. But what is the definition of sin?