Sin is out of the Question (Mortification of Sin)

Made to Make Disciples

Mortifying Sin
“Do you mortify; do you make it your daily work; be always at it whilst you live; cease not a day from this work; be killing sin or it will be killing you.” – John Owen, The Mortification of Sin
Hyper grace is a movement which views the sacrifice of Christ for sins past, present and future, but views them in such a light that Christian holiness and Christian repentance is of little concern. A hyper-gracer might say in the name of “grace” that avoidance of sin is pointless and striving for holiness is unnecessary because I am already forgiven for it all.

On the one hand I agree that Christ imputes righteousness and fully justifies those who believe upon Him with a faith like Abraham.  I know that obedience will never in any way increase a persons chance of salvation, nor will anyone be looked over or disqualified solely…

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