What is the body?

The human body consists of blood, flesh, and bones. I think everyone understands what the body is. But where exactly does sin live? Does sin live in the body? The body is a vessel. Inside of this vessel, inside of the flesh, is a spiritual being!

Jesus said, “For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness: All these evil things come from within, and defile the man.” (Mark 7:21-23)

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Holiness

Holiness

Without holiness, no man shall see the Lord. This is the truth. If I am not holy, I will not see the Lord! The Lord our God has chosen us in Christ before the foundation of the world for one goal and that is to be holy and unblemished in love – to be His people! “…Were not a people, but are now the people of God…. but ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people” (1 Peter 2:10,9).

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Romans Chapter 7

Romans Chapter 7 is a very serious and deep chapter. Unfortunately, many christian denominations do not understand this chapter. Apostle Paul clearly describes in this chapter the man in whom the law of sin and death reigns. Unfortunately, many christians today, living under the law of sin in death, not understanding it and not being freed from it, reassure themselves that Apostle Paul speaks of himself here, which means that everything must be okay and good with them.

But if we carefully study Scriptures, then we will see what Apostle Paul is really talking about here.

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The role of the law

On the one hand, the law makes people’s lives bearable, humane. On the other hand, the law makes all people sinners and transgressors. It is the law that reveals to the person that there is a force that is stronger than his mind and will, constantly pushing him to transgress the law. A person understands that to live by the law is good. However, to always fulfill the law contrary to desire and want – does not work out. Hence the person experiences pain, shame, and humiliation. He would like to be good, kind, truthful, but great strength and battle with oneself is necessary. And so the question is: with whom does man battle? Against whom does man use great force, and yet still turns out to be defeated?

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