“I am just human” is a more theological laden phrase than most using it care to acknowledge. This is where brief theological summaries are very helpful, and this is a summary of the doctrine of “Anthropology”, or in more regular terms, the study of Man. What does the Bible say
All mankind, yes even us who have been saved, fall into bad habits of how we deal with sin. The Remedy for sin is NOT … denying it minimising it (making it “respectable”) ignoring the guilt hoping it will go away with time (the “time heals everything” myth) pushing the
James chapter four illustrates very vividly of how true faith makes a difference when it comes to our understanding of sin, human desires, and God’s grace. We understand that disagreements turn into sinful fights, not because of the other person, but from within (verses 1-3). We understand that being a
The book of James demonstrates how vast a change true faith brings to the life of a saint. In James chapter 1, the following changes are evident: True faith makes a difference in how you handle life’s struggles (1:2-4). True faith makes a difference in the wisdom you pursue (1:5-8).
1 John 1:9 is one of the most assuring verses for those of us who are saved. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. It is not hard to understand; it is easy to find