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When is the last time you sinned? What did you did you do when you sinned? Who here has abstained from sinning the longest? Which one of you holds the record?

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Linda,
Very well said!
---Nana on 3/12/08


We are a spirit, we have a soul (mind, will, emotions, intellect, personality, imagination, etc.), and we live in a body. When we are born again, we are made righteous, born of God, and complete in Him who is the head of all principality and power. We must submit to the renewing of the mind (an aspect of the soul) for transformation to take place. That is why Paul says, "To be carnally minded IS death but to be spiritually minded IS life and peace."
---Linda on 3/8/08


The soul is like a valve between the spirit and the body. When the valve is opened (eyes of the understanding enlightened), the truth of the spirit man flows. We are spirit though, fully righteous, full of love and everything needed to produce fruit. "According to His divine nature He has given us all things that pertain unto live and godliness THROUGH THE KNOWLEDGE OF HIM who has called us to glory and virtue."
---Linda on 3/8/08


One who will not submit to the renewing of the mind, whether by ignorance or just plain old rebellion, will fail to experience the life that NOW is in His fullness. The failure to realize that what is born of the Spirit IS spirit (not flesh) will keep a man bound to his imaginations and appearances for the rest of his life.
---Linda on 3/8/08


Paul, in Romans, tells us that we are in the spirit if so be that the Spirit of God dwells in us. To say, "I am in the flesh" is to confess that the Spirit of God does not dwell in you. And, of course, if the Spirit of God does not dwell in you, you are none of His.
---Linda on 3/8/08




The old man is dead. When you realize that this is the sin nature (a spiritual condition) and that Jesus was made sin so we could be made the righteousness of God in Him, then that old, stinking, grave-tending life is as over for you in your understanding as it is in God's mind.
---Linda on 3/8/08


RebeccaD:NOT if you are in the control seat of your destiny .How do you think saints got to live in Heaven.Gods promise"Follow me You shall never die". Follow in his foot steps.To sin is to be dead to God.
---Emcee on 3/7/08


RebeccaD:NOT if you are in the control seat of your destiny .How do you think saints got to live in Heaven.Gods promise"Follow me You shall never die". Follow in his foot steps.To sin is to be dead to God.
---Emcee on 3/7/08


You want the truth? Every moment of this morning. Last night too.
---catherine on 3/7/08


Duane: The old man isn't dead...yet. The old man is meaning our flesh. As a person grows in the word, and lives by the word, their flesh dies. Read Romans 7:5-25. To say a Christian doesn't have a sinful nature anymore is false. As long as a person is living, their flesh is going to sin.
---Rebecca_D on 3/6/08




Probabaly a second ago.Half second. We sin everyday,allday whether we know it or not. This question is not good.No one can hold a record of this type. Or else he/she is a liar. Read your bible and you won't have to ask these type questions.
---Robyn on 3/6/08


If you have been born again you were made righteous...if you only believe what adam did to you and not what Christ did for you, your not a Christian. Christians dont have a sinful nature anymore, the old man is dead. We have been born again of the Spirit.
---duane on 3/6/08


Emcee: When did you get out of your sinful flesh/body? As long as a person is in their sinful bodies, they won't be perfect. If one claims they are perfect, then why do they still feel the need to repent from their sins? If one is perfect in their flesh, then stop repenting and stop asking God's forgiveness. Just keep boasting.
---Rebecca_D on 3/5/08


RebeccaD:Perfection comes with Practice.Thank you for seeing me as such but I am still practicing,I hope i did not give you the wrong impression.Peace :-)
---Emcee on 3/5/08


Debbie Joe, you have some great answers again. Thank you so much for blogging. From your brother mark v. Keep the good work you are doing for Christ.
---Mark_V. on 3/5/08


Oh yes we do still have a sinful nature, until the day we die. The good news, we are covered. THE BLOOD does this. Where does people get this stuff from? There is something, that's always bugging me. Read what Paul had to say about his sinful nature.
---catherine on 3/4/08


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calhoon, If you are righteous which means you have no lie in your mouth and do not believe a lie, tell me, is the 'coming like a thief' the same event as the 'coming in the clouds'? If you answer this right then you might be!
---Dr.Rich on 3/4/08


Calhoon, The righteous does not have a sinful nature? Did the Lord give you a body that is immune to sin? I'm sure you know the right thing to do, but for some reason you don't do that. That is a sin. Do have faith 24/7? Never have small little doubts in you mind? if you do, that is a sin. Sin comes from the heart, then it proceeds out of the mouth. We all do that. I know you have done that. If you honestly believe your carnal body is without sin right now while living on this earth. That is foolish.
---Rebecca_D on 3/3/08


Cathhon ...Are you now sinless?
If so, I am jealous, which will add to my load of sin.
---alan_of_UK on 3/3/08


We have been made righteous..We dont have a sin nature, we have been born again.
---calhoon on 3/3/08


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Personal sin is that which is committed every day by every human being. Because we have inherited a sin nature from Adam, we commit individual, personal sins everything from seemingly innocent fibs to murder.If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness (1 John 1:9).Jesus did not sin. Jesus holds the one and only record!!!
---Court7646 on 2/29/08


I'm sorry, I think I need to clarify. The blog question should go this way:

When is the last time you sinned? What did you do AFTER you sinned? Who here has abstained from sinning the longest? Which one of you holds the record?

Sorry for the miscommunication.
---j._nonymous on 1/8/08
---j._nonymous on 2/17/08


Mark, I was responding to the question, the poster, not you.
---sue on 2/16/08


No, I really would not like to know.
---Mark on 2/16/08


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Emcee: I'm not perfect yet. I will be one day. But as long as I live in this flesh I will make mistakes, I will sin. Not meaning to. It must be nice to live in a world such as yours, where you don't say anything that would hurt someone's feelings or make them mad. Must be nice to be the second person to be perfect. If you say you are, you're only fooling yourself.
---Rebecca_D on 2/16/08


The last time I sinned was about 3 or 4 hours ago when I ........(wouldn't you like to know).
---sue on 2/15/08


RebeccaD::The easier thing would be not to transgress so you would not have to search.Hence "Be perfect as your heavenly father is perfect".But you may continue to search For the thing that was Not lost in the first Place.:-)
---Emcee on 2/15/08


RebeccaD::The easier thing would be not to transgress so you would not have to search.Hence "Be perfect as your heavenly father is perfect".But you may continue to search For the thing that was Not lost in the first Place.:-)
---Emcee on 2/15/08


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Emcee, The bible tells us to ask God to search our hearts to see if there be anything hidden. And if so then bring it to the surface so we can make things right. God understands those that are mentally challenged and aren't aware if they hurt someone or done them wrong. But for those who are in their right mind and are Christians should repent everyday and renew their heart to God.
---Rebecca_D on 2/15/08


RebeccaD::I shall have to agree to disagree.I do believe we may forget small infitismal things which are of no consequence But by & large Our Conscience especially mine even at my age works exceptionally well.Those who have a defect are not aware of a transgression & hence it does not exist in gods eyes.Eg those mentally impaired.We are exhorted as Catholics to use the sacrament of Pennance to correct this anomaly should it exist.In this case the slate is wiped CLEAN.
---Emcee on 2/14/08


Emcee: There are sins hidden in the heart of a person and that person has no knowledge of that sin or grudge in his heart. That is why we all must ask God to search our hearts to see if anything be hidden, and if so then bring it to the surface so that person can make it right with God and with whomever he had a grudge with or offended someone.
---Rebecca_D on 2/13/08


RebeccaD::Does God go around telling every one if they committed sin?He made us to His image & likeness endowed each of us with a "CONSCIENCE"so you know at once when you default.Examination of conscience makes you knowledgeable of any sins.
---Emcee on 2/13/08


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Emcee: I'm sure if I offended someone God will surely let me know it. Why? Because I ask him everyday if there was something I said or done that hurt anyone, and if so then I need to make it right. I'm not focasing on what I've done wrong, I'm just making sure everything is under the blood before I die.
---Rebecca_D on 2/13/08


RebeccaD::"who would want to focus on sin,that is what a person SHOULDN'T DO"I beg to disagree why do you mind your P's & Q's with those you love or your friends Because we do not want to offend. So by your statement you do not care if you offend Your Maker.What if you loved your Child or Husband, really I mean?would you want to offend.Then why offend God if you really love HIM.we need to focus on our faults so as to improve on the road to perfection.Practice Practice Practice.
---Emcee on 2/11/08


RebeccaD::"who would want to focus on sin,that is what a person SHOULDN'T DO"I beg to disagree why do you mind your P's & Q's with those you love or your friends Because we do not want to offend. So by your statement you do not care if you offend Your Maker.What if you loved your Child or Husband, really I mean?would you want to offend.Then why offend God if you really love HIM.we need to focus on our faults so as to improve on the road to perfection.Practice Practice Practice.
---Emcee on 2/11/08


I sin everyday, not meaning to. But as long as I am in this flesh I am going to sin. I repent daily. Cause I never know when my last breath will be. If a person keeps track of how often they sin, they are focasing on the wrong thing. Who would want to focas on how much a person sins? That is the one thing we shouldn't do.
---Rebecca_D on 2/11/08


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#1 Eloy: If what you say is true, why did Jesus have to die? If we could keep the law on our own, I guess there is no need for Jesus sacrifice.

If we sin, and afterwards repent and ask forgiveness, are we not forgiven? Or does God require us to never sin, thus never having to repent beyond our first getting saved, in order to enter heaven?
---j._nonymous on 1/22/08


#2 Eloy: Matthew 18:21 Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, "Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?" 22Jesus answered, "I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times".

Question: Would God ask us to do something He Himself would not do? Would God require us to forgive this many times in a day and yet not be willing to forgive us as many times in a day?
---j._nonymous on 1/22/08


,pharisee, Faith without works is 100% dead. There is No salvation without You working, nope, none. And there is No walking on the water without You first stepping out of the boat. His Commandment is "Go" and "Go Do", his Commandment is Not stay and do nothing. Salvation not gotten, is salvation forgotten.
---Eloy on 1/15/08


,pharisee, Jesus says, Keep my Commandments. Jesus says, Depart from sin. Jesus says, Be holy. Jesus says, Take up your own cross and follow after me. Jesus says, Bear good fruit. Jesus says, Be Doers of my will. Jesus says, Do my works. Jesus says, All whom do nothing have no salvation, and these will be gathered and thrown into everlasting fire.
---Eloy on 1/15/08


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It's a heart of worship that is set free from sin, no one in their own strength defeats temptation without God's help, and thus it is said "salvation is of the Lord."

If he's taking me there and keeping me Holy by continually renewing my heart to desire his glory, then what is there that anyone can say that they've done to merit salvation?
He's AUTHOR and FINISHER of our faith...as it is written.
---Pharisee on 1/13/08


Just keep telling yourself that duane.
You might be in for a rude awakening one day.
---Mike on 1/10/08


We have a new nature now...count the old man dead, We are dead to sin and alive to God. We have been born anew. This is our only hope. Repentance of sin wont save you, turning to Christ will save you. Jesus sets us free from sin through the Cross.
Its what Christ did for you, NOT what you can do. The flesh will always sin no matter how often it repents of sin. Thats why Jesus had to do away with sin. Its finished.
---duane on 1/10/08


now that i have a couple days on it, it was 2 days ago. seems like the same dumb thing keeps tripping me up. every time i seem to learn better ways to deal with temptation and what some would call legalism i call drawing safe boundaries for myself. i like what my pastor said last night "one form of temptation is trying to fill a real need improperly or inappropriately."
---Kraus on 1/10/08


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#1 We seem to forget that within this earthen vessel, our human body, dwells two natures after we are born again. In the one, the new Creation life of Christ, I cannot sin. In the other, the old creation, old man, I can't do anything else but sin, unless I continually reckon with God and count him dead. Frankly, I think we put way to much emphasis on our own sinning, rather than looking to Christ, who has made a way for us to be righteous in Him.
---Debbie_Jo on 1/10/08


#2 Remember, Christ and the Father know the beginning from the end. They know what they are doing in our lives and they know the ultimate outcome of their workings. They have already taken in account all our actions and by the way, have already forgiven any sin that you have or ever could commit in the flesh. Jesus condemned sin in the flesh - Romans 8:1. Our flesh was criucified with Him when He died on the Cross - Gal. 2:20.
---Debbie_Jo on 1/10/08


#3 Neither God the Father or Christ is surprised, nor are they dissapopinted in us at any time because they know the ultimate outcome. So lift your head toward heaven and give Praise to our Lord and Savior for all that He has done on our behalf. Live your life as free from sin and guilt and condemnation and alive to serve and grow and be all that the Lord has planned for you to be. Rejoice in Him always.
---Debbie_Jo on 1/10/08


.jNonymous, 1 John verse 8 refers Only to the sinners in 1 John verse 6, exactly as you are, and verse 8 never is speaking of the sanctified saints in righteousness. "If we say that we have fellowship with God, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth." Notice how this whole passage speaks of those walking without God and Not those whom are walking with God.
---Eloy on 1/10/08


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#1 Eloy: 1 John 1:5 "This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God is light, in him there is no darkness at all. 6If we claim to have fellowship with him yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not live by the truth. 7But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all[b] sin".
---j._nonymous on 1/10/08


#2 Eloy: 1 John 1:8 "If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us. 9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. 10If we claim we have not sinned, we make him out to be a liar and his word has no place in our lives".
---j._nonymous on 1/10/08


#3 Eloy: Notice how John said "we" deceive "ourselves" and the truth is not in "us" if "we" claim to be without sin. He was including himself in the statement, which implies that he also had instances of sin. There is a difference between being given over to sin, and having lapses. Making sin a practice, excusing it, etc, leads to death and hell. Having instances of sin, does not as long as we repent and our trust is in the right place for salvation. Agreed?
---j._nonymous on 1/10/08


There are only 2 paths in life, you will choose which path to lead. Most choose the wide road and serve sin which leads to destruction and hell and eternal separation from God, but very very very very very few choose the narrow road and serve righteousness which leads to blessings and heaven and eternal oneness with God.
---Eloy on 1/10/08


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"A good tree cannot bring forward bad fruit, neither a corrupt tree bring forward good fruit. Werefore by their fruits you all will know them."
---Eloy on 1/10/08


"Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree rotten and its fruit rotten: for from the fruit the tree is known. And let every one that names the name of Christ depart from sin."
---Eloy on 1/10/08


Mike what is your definition of the word 'pathology'? You are not using the word in a way that makes any sense to me. Could you explain please so that I can understand what you are saying. Thanks.
---RitaH on 1/9/08


May it never be! Rather, let God be found true, though every man be found a LIAR. Romans 3,4.
---catherine on 1/9/08


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Would someone with bad pathology, a liar, be saved?
The testimony is not authentic and the circumstances are forever changing, would the pathology of the liar prevent them from being saved?

God says liars will not enter His kingdom, does it matter whether you consider yourself to have bad pathology or a simply a liar?
---Mike on 1/9/08


Some are so dead in their sins, they are completely lost, without unction from the Holy Spirit to repent.
They have numbed out their minds/hearts from being able to hear. Some of that is major depression, the numbed-out-survival mode.
They've tuned out all thinking/listening processes and eventually the heart shuts off, too.
The shell remains as the housing for the turtle, but without the ability to repent, the "turtle" withers until only the shell is left.
---Mike on 1/9/08


some people have a hyper since of sin. some think every second they dont spend praying or thinking about God is sin, or that anything they do for themselves. constently repenting over every emotion and action is legalism and bondage. It takes away from the real seriousness of REAL sin. What must it look like when someone truly repents from lying, sexual imorality or general ungodliness then another repents over forgeting to set his watch. its like saying im so rightious that this even bothers me.
---kraus on 1/9/08


We have been made righteous, but we are still sinners by nature. Denying we are sinners, is denying the Holy Spirit's work in sanctification. It would also mean we are glorified already which we are not. Just because we have been imputed with the righteousness of Christ does not remove our nature of sin. As believers we got a spiritual awaking, where the Spirit brings sin to light and show us we are in need of Christ everyday. Faith in Christ is what has made us righteous.
---Mark_V. on 1/9/08


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Although we have been made right with God yet we still sin. This is why we will always need God and seek His forgiveness. And Prayers of forgiveness For us and for other people. The cross makes all of that possible. That is the cross and the Blood of Jesus Christ. We are still each responsible and must seek forgiveness continuously. Yes! One Must get saved.
---catherine on 1/9/08


Hey! Are you reporting for the Guinness Book Of Record or what? This issue of sin/sinning is no trivial matter and it shouldn't be taken lightly. Anyway, we are all sinners saved by GRACE. So, let's live in God's Grace.
---Johnny on 1/9/08


Duane, please read 1Jo 1:8 which says If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.
---RitaH on 1/9/08


"He that commits sin is of the devil, for the devil sins from the beginning. Whosoever is born of God does not commit sin, for his seed remains in him and he cannot sin, because he is born of God. Let every one that names the name of Christ depart from sin." I John 3:8,9+ II Timothy 2:19.
---Eloy on 1/9/08


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WE are all at different levels spiritually but none of us are under the law any more. The sting of death is sin and and the power of sin is the law. If we are in Christ Jesus we are not in sin but rather in grace. Sin is a state of the heart. We know how we are doing by the love that is in us and by our consciences. I sin off and on all day long when my mind wanders away from the lord and onto the problems of the world.But He forgives.
---jody on 1/8/08


Believing you are not a sinner, dosent make you pure, its your actions that speak Volumes.But then delusions do get in the way of our comprehension.ARE YOU SAVED?--Go Figure!
---Emcee on 1/8/08


Believing you are not a sinner, dosent make you pure, its your actions that speak Volumes.But then delusions do get in the way of our comprehension.ARE YOU SAVED?--Go Figure!
---Emcee on 1/8/08


Ben Franklin tried the approach of writing down his weak points (sins) and checking them each time he committed an indiscreation. His finding toward the end of his life was the more he concentrated on not doing, the more his did. The morale, it is not the fight of sin, it is the better fight of faith. Put on the whole armour of God.
---dan on 1/8/08


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We are not sinners...believe in the work of the Cross.We have been made righteous. Dont deny it.
---duane on 1/8/08


Everyone sins, even when they say they have not accuse anyone of sin ever. All come short of the glory of God. I have learned from my experience that the last thing a man finds out and understands, is his own state in the sight of God. Nothing will ever convince man of sin but "the power of the Holy Ghost" The first step of been really good, is to feel bad. The first preparation for heaven, is to know that we deserve nothing but hell.
---Mark_V. on 1/8/08


#2. Before we can be counted righteous we must know ourselves that we are miseralbe sinners. Before we can have inward happiness and peace with God, we must learn to be ashame for our terrible transgressions against a Holy God. Before we can rejoice in a well-grounded hope, we must be taught to say, Clean me oh Lord, be merciful to me a sinner." All those who have feelings of their own sinfulness, thank God for it. For it is the Holy Spirit who brings it to light.
---Mark_V. on 1/8/08


j._nonymous When I read these words "What did you did you do when you sinned?" I understood that as you asking what sin had we committed, that you were wanting specifics - hence my reply. Your later response makes things a little clearer. In reply I'd now say that it was not very long ago and that I cried to God in disgust at myself for having done the same thing yet again.
---RitaH on 1/8/08


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It's time, catherine Linda, that you do indeed do that.

Fictional character development for blogging purposes or performance, whatever the reason, is dishonest when you ask for prayer for fictitious ailments.
---Mike on 1/8/08


Come on now. Lets get serious. We are all rotten. I hate to offend anyone. But I must speak the truth. Everyone of us should get on our hands and knees and say to God, "Forgive me of my sins and those I nothing about, and please HELP ME, I need you. In Jesus name. AMEN.
---catherine on 1/8/08


I'm sorry, I think I need to clarify. The blog question should go this way:

When is the last time you sinned? What did you do AFTER you sinned? Who here has abstained from sinning the longest? Which one of you holds the record?

Sorry for the miscommunication.
---j._nonymous on 1/8/08


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