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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Sin Conscience

Being sin conscience is saying that Satan work in humanity was more effectual than what Christ has done in us, because it is a reminder of who we were before we were born again. One of the things God sought to do in our redemption was to eliminate the consciousness of sin because it brings about a sense of guilt, condemnation and inferiority. These characteristics are products of spiritual death which keeps us from entering God's presence, but since we have been born again there is now no condemnation (Rom 8:1), that is why God tells us to come boldly unto the throne of grace and obtain mercy and find grace to help in our time of need (Heb. 4:16).

Under the Old Covenant "It was not possible that the blood of bulls and goats should take away sin, because in those sacrifices there was a remembrance again of sins every year (Heb. 10: 3-4). We are under the New Covenant where Christ has appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of himself (Heb. 9:26), and because of what Christ has done, Scripture says "This is the Covenant I will make with them after those days, saith the Lord, I will put my laws into their hearts, and in their minds will I write them, and there sins and iniquities will I remember no more (Heb. 10:16). So if God is not remembering your sin, why are you? "For by one offering he hath perfected forever them that are santified (Heb. 10:14).

People who are sincere about their faith in Christ do not make it a practice of sinning, but if they do it is not counted against them because we are holy and without blame in his sight (Eph. 1:2). This does not mean that because it is not counting against them one should continue to sin, what that does is give Satan place in their lives to bring about destruction because as you know he come to kill, steal and to destroy (John 10:10).


Anonymous said...

Pronunciation: \ˈkän(t)-shəs\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Latin conscius, from com- + scire to know (i.e. to know from)
Date: 1592

1: perceiving, apprehending, or noticing with a degree of controlled thought or observation [was conscious that someone was watching]
2 (archaic) : sharing another's knowledge or awareness of an inward state or outward fact
3: personally felt [conscious guilt]
4: capable of or marked by thought, will, design, or perception
5: self-conscious
6: having mental faculties undulled by sleep, faintness, or stupor : awake [was conscious during the surgery]
7: done or acting with critical awareness [a conscious effort to do better]
8 a: likely to notice, consider, or appraise [a bargain-conscious shopper] b: being concerned or interested [weight-conscious models] c: marked by strong feelings or notions [a race-conscious society]

If you are saying that we should not fret over our sins; then, I fully agree with you on that. Being overly focused on them, and worrying about them, is not the will of Yahhoshua (Jesus) for us! Neither is fretting over past sins, which have been put under the blood of Christ, in His will for us.

If you are saying that we should not be mindful of our sins, and pray about them, then I fully disagree with that! That position isn't Biblical! If you're walking in the Holy Spirit of Christ, He will point out sin in your life to you, as it is His will for you to then confess it (1 John 1:5-10 shows that truth to us). It may take time for us, to confess it and trust in Him to help us to overcome it, but if we are His we will do that! Amen, and amen.

Anonymous said...

This is great informatiom keep up the Lords work