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No More Sin, But …

1 John 2:1,2 My dear children, I write this letter to you so that you will not sin. But if anyone sins, we have Jesus Christ to help us. He always did what was right, so he is able to defend us before God the Father. Jesus is the way our sins are taken away. And he is the way all people can have their sins taken away too.

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Have you ever done something wrong for the umpteenth time, and you start thinking to yourself, at some point, Jesus has to be done with me? At some point, it has to be over?

You know the deal right. You give your life to Jesus because He died to pay for your sins, so that you could be free and forgiven and have eternal life.

That’s a pretty good deal. But it doesn’t end there.

The other part of the deal is living a changed life; responding to God’s love by ditching the stuff that we know is wrong. The stuff that God calls, like it or not, sin.

The problem is, we’re not all that good at ditching the sin and sometimes the burden wears you down. You start imagining that you’re so rotten inside, that what Jesus did for you back on that Cross, stops working.

But nothing could be further from the truth.

1 John 2:1,2 My dear children, I write this letter to you so that you will not sin. But if anyone sins, we have Jesus Christ to help us. He always did what was right, so he is able to defend us before God the Father. Jesus is the way our sins are taken away. And he is the way all people can have their sins taken away too.

In other words, if and when you do sin, you have an advocate – Jesus – who stands before the Father and pleads your case. Jesus hasn’t stopped working for you. He’s on your case, 24/7 pleading your innocence through the scars on His body.

They don’t call this the Good News for nothing. So the next time you stumble, turn to Jesus, the author and the perfector of your faith. He’s on your side.

That’s God’s Word. Fresh … for you … today.


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