• By John Hicks


It is amazing how hard people will fight to defend sin.

They redefine it, reclassify it, restructure the penalties for it, exercise liberties that do not exist in order to justify it, blow it off, excuse it, minimize it...ad nauseum.

Any doctrine that minimizes sin and everything that God's word says about it is a damning gospel.

The same goes for any philosophical spin one may try to put on it as that to will damn a person to hell.

If people would just read God's word more and take it seriously and apply it honesty and without compromise, then the so-called "grey areas" would begin to darken more and more.

If people had a genuine love and fear for God then they would stop playing games with sin. They would stop doing that which grieves God's heart and which damns them to hell. The wages of sin, after all, is death. The soul that sins dies.

Awake to righteousness, and sin not; for some have not the knowledge of God: I speak this to your shame. 1 Corinthians 15:34

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