Why did Jesus say to love your enemies and to love your neighbor as yourself? What exactly is the power of sin? Why do you refer to it as a parasite? What do you mean when you say it’s not us? How do we count ourselves dead to it?
Is Jesus teaching transubstantiation in John 6? If Christians don’t have a sinful nature, then what was Paul warring against in Romans 6 and 7? If I’m a born-again believer, why do I still have sinful desires? Is it actually me wanting to do it? What is the immorality described in Romans 1?
What do the rocky soil and thorny soil represent in the parable of the sower? Did Jesus have the power of sin in His body? What are your thoughts on the Pope wanting to change the Lord’s Prayer? What are your thoughts on the United States moving its embassy to Jerusalem?
Why did Jesus tell Mary not to cling to Him? What is the power of sin, and how is different than the verb sin, and what do you mean it is a parasite?
What is the power of sin? Why do believers still struggle? These questions and more are addressed in the third part of Andrew’s series titled “Your New Identity.”
What is the flesh? Why do believers still struggle? These questions and more are addressed in the second part of Andrew’s series titled “Your New Identity.”