A License to Sin – It Too Much Grace Just Fire Insurance? (Watch)

The Religious Deception: Religion will insist that sin still separates the believer from God. It will use terms, not found in the bible, like “broken fellowship”, judicial forgiveness”, and tell you that the idea of being totally forgiven even while you sin is nothing more than a license to sin, or some others might label it “just getting your fire insurance”.
The Truth From a Grace Perspective: In this video we discover that Jesus died for sin and paid the entire fine so believers wouldn’t have to. Human performance never made propitiation for sin, and we learn in scripture that “without blood there is no forgiveness of sin”. Good or bad, our behavior is not what separates us from God’s grace, but rather the problem was we were dead in Adam and in need of life found only in Christ, through faith. While sin is awful and should be avoided by those of us that have died to it, the fact is there no longer remains a sacrifice for sin because what Jesus did actually worked. God has fixed our problem, once for all. He then gave us His Spirit. Our role is to let Him live in and through us as we express the love of Christ each day. He will never lead us to sin, but if we do, and all will, we have an advocate in Christ Jesus (1 John 2:1) and His word promises that when we are faithless He will remain faithful (2 Timothy 2:13), and He will never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5).

Too Much Grace
A Licence To Sin? Fire Insurance?

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