Nicole (28 Jan 2012)
"Finalcall07 nailed it
on the head: Sinning Less is Not Repentance!"
Salvation is like Pilgrim's Progress!
He says sinning less is not repentance! Not to sin
less, or to sin throughout the day and then ask forgiveness at
I believe there is a point in our lives we are shaken, taken to
the bottom of ourselves to the point we cannot stand ourselves and
our sin and cry out in a desperation for Jesus and His blood and
His salvation. Then we decide to obey Him, follow Him
and do whatever He wants and follow His word. Yes we
stumble and sin because we have not died yet and received our
gloried bodies, but grace abounds for those that are living in
obedience. Grace is not to be trampled on to say well
I said the sinners prayer and it gives me an excuse to
sin! Now I can drink, cuss, steal, as long as it does
not hurt anyone.
I remember when I was not saved, sometimes I was really
wicked. And then sometimes I would be around
Christians and sin less and I would think I was good with
God. Hmm how deceived I was. I would go to
church and say sorry halfheartedly and then the next weekend I was
out at the clubs. LOL! I did not know
Jesus at that time, nor did I really want to learn His
ways. All I wanted was an easy way to do what I wanted
in this life and then go to Heaven. I was
lazy. I realized that Jesus does not want someone who
is lazy in their relationship with Him.
I got BORN AGAIN on 11/26/2004 and I repented from all my
sins! I pray to be obedient, to be guided by the
Spirit and the Word of God. I pray to become more
holy, live a more pleasing life to God. Like a little
child asking his parent, "mommy is there anything that I can
assist you with today? Can I fold some
laundry?" A heart that wants to please God!
This man is very clever to put these videos out. I
remember that I heard a missionary speak about how in certain
countries when you go into them, they have worshiped false gods
for so long that they cannot seem to get past what is true
salvation. Thank goodness people are trying to really
get the word out.