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Cling to God's Promise

There is no sin beyond God's redemptive healing power.
Cling to God's Promise
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Do you believe that some sins are beyond God's forgiveness, and that some addictions are too powerful for the Lord of Heaven's armies to break? That's exactly what our enemy, Satan, wants you to believe.

Here is the truth. There is no sin beyond God's redemptive healing power. As we are reminded in Romans 8:1, "So now there is no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus." There are no exception clauses! By his death on the cross, Jesus has separated you from all of your sin—past, present, and future.

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Excerpted from Linda Dillow's article, Confronting Sexual Sin. Linda is co-founder of Authentic Intimacy, and author of best-selling novels Passion Pursuit: What Kind of Love Are You Making?, What's It Like To Be Married To Me?, and more. Connect with her online at http://www.lindadillow.org.

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Johnson Kanduri

January 24, 2014  7:55pm

really God is great He send his Son Jesus Christ for our sin. Jesus said I am the way the true and the life.

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