Posts tagged ‘guilt’

June 12, 2017

Scripture at Sunrise 6.12.2017

Sunday Morning | No CondemnationRomans 8:1-2
“There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” -Romans 7:24-8:1

Right now, if you are in Christ, there is no condemnation over you. The wrath of God has been appeased by Christ. This does not say that there is no cause for condemnation, but that there is no condemnation because of what Christ has done for us. -excerpt from Steve Wainright’s Morning Sermon
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THIS WEEK’S SERMON AUDIO
Wednesday Evening | Burnt Stew and an Unmourned Death | Ezekiel 24
Sunday Morning | No CondemnationRomans 8:1-2
Sunday Evening | The Hopelessness of the Natural ManJohn 6:30-40
August 29, 2016

Scripture at Sunrise 8.29.2016

What Your Mouth Reveals | Romans 3:13-14 | Steve Wainright
“Their throat is an open grave; they use their tongues to deceive.” “The venom of asps is under their lips.” “Their mouth is full of curses and bitterness.” -Romans 3:13-14

The mouth of a sinner is like an open grave. The smell of death comes from the heart and the stench of a rottening body is in the sinner’s mouth. Your tongue can cut people to pieces.

We all stand as guilty sinners before God. So how do we get rid of the guilt that comes from sin? The only way to get rid of that guilt is to confess that sin to God and put your faith and trust in Christ’s work on the cross. When you trust in Christ, He gives you a new vocabulary and the restraining power of His Holy Spirit. When guilt is there, that is a sign that the Spirit of God is there, showing you that you are a sinner.
May your words be few and seasoned with grace.

-excerpts from Steve Wainright’s Morning Sermon

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Sunday Morning Sermon Audio: What Your Mouth Reveals | Romans 3:13-14 | Steve Wainright
Sunday Evening Sermon: Everlasting Life | John 3:16 | Anthony Vance

February 25, 2015

Scripture at Sunrise 2.25.2015

“But God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” -Romans 5:8

The Bible is one long story of God meeting our rebellion with His rescue, our sin with His salvation, our guilt with His grace. #OneWayLove -Tullian Tchividjian via Twitter

August 15, 2011

Scripture at Sunrise 8.16.2011

“He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.” -Proverbs 28:13

Here is the way of mercy for a guilty and repenting sinner. He must cease from the habit of covering sin. This is attempted by falsehood, which denies sin; by hypocrisy, which conceals it; by boasting, which justifies it; and by loud profession, which tries to make amends for it.

The sinner’s business is to confess and forsake. The two must go together. Confession must be honestly made to the Lord Himself, and it must include within itself acknowledgment of the wrong, sense of its evil, and abhorrence of it. We must not throw the fault upon others, nor blame circumstances, nor plead natural weakness. We must make a clean breast of it and plead guilty to the indictment. There can be no mercy till this is done.

Furthermore, we must forsake the evil; having owned our fault, we must disown all present and future intent to abide in it. We cannot remain in rebellion and yet dwell with the King’s majesty. The habit of evil must be quitted, together with all places, companions, pursuits, and books which might lead us astray. Not for confession, nor for reformation, but in connection with them we find pardon by faith in the blood of Jesus.

[from Faith’s Checkbook by Charles H. Spurgeon, August 26 entry]

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