October 17, 2011
One of the dangers of living in the lukewarm, Laodicean church culture of today is that we tend to adopt the mantra of the world regarding sin and repeat it over and over again, as truth, within our church circles.
For example, "Don't ask, don't tell."
Or, in other words, if you won't ask me about my sin and lack of Christian virtue and holiness, then I promise I won't ask you about yours. Then we can both live under the deception that we are saved, living the "abundant life in Christ," and that the Lord is "mighty pleased with us."
Really? But the Scriptures may say something quite different.
The following is a study on Romans 8:3-5.