Walk away from your sin.

by | Mar 24, 2021

Walk away from your sin.
“A short time later, Jesus found the man at the temple and said to him, “Look at you now! You’re healed! Walk away from your sin so that nothing worse will happen to you.” John 5:14(TPT)
Walk away from your sin.
Go and sin no more.
Stop sinning.
Are you walking in the Spirit Daily to ensure that you live victoriously?

Living under Grace is no excuse to continue in sin.

“ Remember this: sin will not conquer you, for God already has! You are not governed by law but governed by the reign of the Grace of God. What are we to do, then? Should we sin to our hearts’ content since there’s no law to condemn us anymore? What a terrible thought! “
Romans 6:14-15(TPT)
Again Jesus told the woman of Samaria Go and sin no more. (John8:11)
As you walk with God remember the Greater one lives in you.
Therefore live like an overcomer.

No excuses to continue to live in sin.

No sin too big for God not to be able to forgive you.
None so tiny that you will hide it from God and say it does not matter.
God sees everything and knows everything.
He has given You the ability to go and sin no more.
Call upon Him.
Confess all to Him.
Will you?
Yes, you can walk away from your sin.

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