Go and Sin No More | Mormon Channel
Let's say you are NOT going on sinning deliberately. . I believe that Jesus died for my sins and I want nothing more than to be in heaven when I die. God tells us how a relationship with Him works in the Bible. the here after may be secure but your life in the here and now is fruitless and meaningless. Other people are of the opinion that Jesus was being sarcastic and told the woman to go and sin more because He wanted to show up a bunch of Pharisees. Before reading on, prepare to step back from your relationship for a moment are non-negotiables, such as the desire to marry, to have kids, or to move to Iceland. values, those values are not in fact — or no longer are — your core values. .. We men often on the chopping block for all kinds of sins against women, (I'm.
The author explains in the rest of the passage. If, after receiving the knowledge of the truth, you go on sinning deliberately, then — V.
If, after receiving the knowledge of the truth, you go on sinning deliberately, then you will not end up in heaven. But Be Careful At this point you could draw a very wrong, and very dangerous, conclusion.
Go and Sin No More
Not that you are perfect, but you are trusting Christ, which includes fighting sin by faith. You often overcome sin.
And when you do sin, you turn back to Christ, confess your sin, and return to the fight. So you are NOT going on sinning deliberately.
Why did Jesus say to go and sin no more, if that's impossible?
Because if today you are trusting Christ, which includes fighting sin by faith, that shows that God has saved you. And because God has saved you, He will — complete the good work He started in you Phil 1: So no one who is saved by God will experience the judgment described in Heb Yes, but that does not mean they were saved. What we call Ghost is really The Ghost of Memory.
We deem it good because it is our internal saviour by which experience, understanding and knowledge gives us a bundle of experiences so we learn to avoid the bad and choose the good, we avoid the pain of fire for instance.
Jesus referred to this inside force as the Self Witness, also as, The Father. The Internal Guide, the Companion within, sees everything we do in secret because our memory records every one of our behaviors and experiences associated with our behavior. Those who go directly against the natural barriers…… do so at their own peril because they willingly give in to the behavior which memory already knows and warns us the danger of doing something that could seriously harm or even cause our death and therefore cannot be forgiven, for if you relinquish your personal guide guardian angel and abandon your memory savior.
Abandoning the spirit that is part of you, there to protect you and secure you and remind you of the dangers and then, going against the guide; i.
Why did Jesus tell people to “go and sin no more” if sinlessness is impossible?
Then, there can be no forgiveness since forgiveness is part of the spirit you rejected so if you go against the spirit within you, willingly, if you go against your internal warning; you go against forgiveness itself; how then, can you have it and not obey it at the same time……. When we turn to Christ and receive His forgiveness, we experience a heart change Luke 9: Forgiveness is not cheap, and it does not excuse the sin that separated us from God.
It cost God everything to offer us the cleansing that pronounces us righteous before Him John 3: A move toward God is a move toward righteousness, purity, and holy living 1 Peter 1: We cannot experience the transforming power of forgiveness without being forever changed.
It goes without saying that the woman caught in adultery did not return to her infidelity. She had met Jesus.
Why did Jesus say, “Go and sin no more” if that’s impossible?
She would not be perfect. But she was forever changed. Her eyes had been opened to the depravity of what she was doing.
Sin no longer held the appeal it once did.