Monday, June 10, 2013

Does the Sins of Sining Saints make them Saintliest?

Lovers of self...self-centred
Lovers of money...prosperity-centred
Lovers of popularity...popularity-centred
Boastfulness
Proudness
Deceiving
Arrogance
Reviling
False teaching
False preaching
Judgemental spirit
Condemning spirit
Unthankfulness
Unholiness
Unloving
Unforgiveness
Unkindness
Untruthfulness
Lying
Lusting
Greed
Gluttony
Anger
Malice
Mercilessness
Men pleasers
Compassionate-less
Manipulators
Malicious gossipers
Irreconcilable
Temperance lacking
Brutal
Haters of good
Recklessness
Conceitedness
Power seekers
Pleasure seekers
Deniers of truth
Portraying a form of godliness
Disrespectfulness
Spiritual elitism

These are all sins of sinning saints.

I wonder do God hate the sin of saints more than he hates the sin, sining saints attribute to sinners.

Sinning sinners readily admit to their sins...however, sinning saints have a problem doing so because it is an affront to self-righteousness!

Is it ever possible that sinning saints need to be concerned about being in the hands of a angry God instead of sinning sinners, as a popular sermon entitled "Sinners in the Hands of a Angry God" stipulates. Um, um...where is the sermon "Sinning Saints in the Hands of a Angry God."

Thank God that His Grace has got the sin of saints and the sin of sinners covered! However, the how, why and what of that truth, in some cases is unknown or misunderstood by both saint and sinner.

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