The Crouching Sin

Jun 5, 2020 | Evangelism

The Crouching Sin

Jun 5, 2020 | Evangelism

Genesis 4:7 NLT
You will be accepted if you do what is right. But if you refuse to do what is right, then watch out! Sin is crouching at the door, eager to control you. But you must subdue it and be its master.

This podcast is a repost, was originally published on October 9, 2017.

Series: The Darkness of Sin

As long as we are in this world we are forced into sin. Many a times the church ignores the issue of sin.

Wherever salvation was preached in the Bible they had to convict the people about their sin.

Sin is an act of war against God.

The understanding of light comes only in the darkness.

This week let us go through the first five books of the Bible and expose the sin in our hearts and lives to God.

All have sin in their life and it is when we accept Jesus we receive healing and forgiveness.

Today’s scripture portion talks about the sin in the Bible which was a murder.

God was speaking to Cain in the fallen world in order to watch and accept the right path.

Sin generally crouches outside the door. When we become emotionally vulnerable, it opens a door to sin.

God warned Cain about dealing with the sin that was crouching at the door of his heart.

Let us make it out prayer asking Jesus to help us overcome sin just as he overcame sin.

Lord give me the grace not succumb to injuries, lies and fear and to be a slave to sin rather overcome it like you did. In Jesus Name!

May God give you grace and victory!

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