Falling short of the mark

Sin — (falling short of the mark)1. Sin feels good short time.” choosing rather to be mistreated with the people of God than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin” Hebrews 11:25. (Then comes remorse, guilt, misery grieving and maybe more)

2. Sin does not satisfy

3. Sin leads to more sin

4. Sin creates an appetite to do it again (only you become a little weaker every time you sin and before you know it, you become a slave to it)

5. Sin destroys.

Be killing Sin or Sin will be killing you, consider guilt and pain gifts from God to warn us that the pleasures of sin are suicidal. . you cannot keep sources of temptation around you and then Pray “God lead me not in to temptation” .. temptation is not sin. Getting to know God, really getting to know God, reading His word is a great way of overcoming sin. Seek God while He can still be found. You are as Holy as you want to be….. All In or All Out? Its up to you. 

Published by Ross B

Hello There, I am Ross aka "The Punching Pastor" (i know its a long story, but feel free to message me for it). So, Welcome to my blog. I’m a Pastor, Chef, Coach and Missionary. Serving the hungry in Kenya, Cambodia & Laos bringing hope through practical and spiritual aid by: • Giving basic shelter to orphans/street kids • Giving basic education to the children • Getting young girls off the streets, out of prostitution and back to school • Teach families nutrition and hygiene • Those with HIV/AIDS & their families receive at home care • Provide single mothers & widows with microloans to start small businesses • Educate community members about the devious methods of traffickers

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