Tag Archives: Christian Perfection

Ray Comfort on Christian Perfection & Sinning Christians (Or Sinless Perfection & Sin In Believers)

QUICK QUESTION: What do you think about this excerpt from an old Ray Comfort book, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Righteousness”? Personally, I think Ray Comfort’s friend makes more sense, that you can go a minute without sin and … Continue reading

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CHRISTIAN HOLINESS IN THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT | Jesse Morrell Bible Study

I noticed in my Greek New Testament last night that Galatians 5:16 uses “οὐ μή” when it says, “This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not [“οὐ μή”] fulfil the lust of the flesh.” I thought … Continue reading

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Using “The Imputed Righteousness of Christ” As A License to Sin | Jesse Morrell

Often when I am calling religious sinners to repentance out in the open air I hear them say, “I don’t need to repent and stop sinning. I am covered by the imputed righteousness of Christ. I trust in His righteousness.” … Continue reading

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Sins of Ignorance & Christian Perfection | Jesse Morrell

SINS OF IGNORANCE & CHRISTIAN PERFECTION By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com It is argued by Calvinists, “Nobody can be perfect because we all have sins in our life that we are ignorant of.” The underlining assumption here is that if you … Continue reading

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Sins of Ignorance and Moral Perfection by Jesse Morrell

SINS OF IGNORANCE & MORAL PERFECTION By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com It is argued, “Nobody can be perfect because we all have sins in our life that we are ignorant of.” The underlining assumption here is that if you are ignorant … Continue reading

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Refutation to “Easy Believism” or “Greesy Grace” Antinomianism | Jesse Morrell

Refutation to “Easy Believism” or “Greesy Grace” Antinomianism By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com The faith that saves is the faith that obeys. The same faith that justifies is the same faith that sanctifies. It was by faith that Abraham was justified … Continue reading

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Simul Justus Et Peccator – Justification in Sin a False Reformed/Calvinist Doctrine | Jesse Morrell

Simul Justus Et Peccator Justification in Sin a False Reformed/Calvinist Doctrine By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com There is a false teaching of “justification” today which says that you can remain in your wickedness and sin and yet be just in the … Continue reading

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Sin is the Burden We Need Deliverance From, Not God’s Moral Law!

The Burden of Sin & Blessing of God’s Law by Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com I hear sinners talk about obedience the moral law of God as being a heavy burden hard to bear… To saints, a life of sin is the … Continue reading

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Can You Stop Sinning? 1 Corinthians 10:13 | Jesse Morrell

Can you stop sinning? Is it possible? Is sin unavoidable or avoidable? Do we have a free will or a free choice in the matter? Jesse Morrell explains 1 Corinthians 10:13 in light of these questions.

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Was the Apostle Paul the Chief of Sinners? Jesse Morrell

A professing Christian on My Facebook was defending sin and attacking holiness and said that even Paul was the Chief of Sinners. This is that conversation: SIN DEFENDER: “1 Timothy 1:15 This [is] a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, … Continue reading

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