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    • (Hamartiology)
      Session Six:
      Sin & Sanctification
      How do I overcome sin in my life?
    • —Charles Spurgeon
      Each of your sins became a nail that pierced his soul, and unbelief a spear that went through his inmost heart. ...I do not believe any man will ever come to be an advanced Christian except by sorrowing much for sin. If your spiritual life has nothing of the dew of repentance about it, it is a poor thing.
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    • Thesis:
      A scriptural concept of sin is imperative, because if you do not have a right view of sin’s nature you will never grasp its remedy.
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    • Point 1.
      Man was born in sin, but he was not born a slave to sin; slavery to sin comes through voluntarily yielding to it.
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    • The Origin of Sin.
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    • Point 2.
      You cannot accept God’s provision of salvation if you do not accept God’s definition of sin.
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    • Concordances & Their Function.
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    • Point 3.
      Sin entered the world through blasphemous lies and maintains its hold on men and women through deception.
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    • The Manifestation of Sin
      1. Sin is an act because it violates the revealed word of God
      2. Sin is a state because it is the absence of righteousness, Rom 7:17-18
      3. Sin is a nature or disposition because it is enmity toward God, Jer 17:9; Matt 15:19
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    • Where Sin Is Manifested
      A. Against God, Ps 51:4
      B. Against others (society, the church, fellow men), Deut 5:9
      C. Against the sinner himself, Prov 8:36
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    • Point 4.
      If the first Adam had kept the word, the word would have kept him.
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    • The Extent of Sin
      1. Universally, the whole race has been penetrated by sin, 1 Kgs 8:46; Ps 14:1-3; Rom 3:11,23; 1 John 5:19
      2. Individually, me and women are as bad off as they could possibly be even when they are not as bad as they could possibly be (depravity), Isa 1:6; Eph 4:17-19; Rom 3:13; 2 Tim 3:13
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    • The Effects of Sin
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    • Point 5.
      Hell is an eternal hell because sin is an infinite offense, and the only way to pay for an infinite offense is through an eternal punishment.
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    • Four Parts to Temptation
      1) Presentation or Seduction, Gen 3:1-3; Jam 1:14; Matt 4:8
      2) Illumination, Gen 3:4-5; Matt 4:9
      3) Deliberation, Gen 3:6a; Jam 1:15a
      4) Decision or Conception, Gen 3:6b; Jam 1:15b; Matt 4:10
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    • Point 6.
      Sin enters at the action;
      the action happens because of a decision;
      so the way to avoid the improper decision is to not make the temptation a matter of deliberation,
      and the way to avoid deliberation is through biblical definition.
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    • Common Escapes from Temptation
      1) The faithfulness of God, 1 Cor 1:8
      2) The intercession of Jesus Christ, Luke 22:32
      3) The word of God, 2 Pet 1:4; 2 Cor 7:1
      4) Prayer and vigilance, Matt 26:41
      5) Avoiding it whenever possible, Prov 4:15
      6) Running away when it is not possible to avoid, 2 Tim 2:22
      7) Resisting it while enduring it, James 1:12; 4:7
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    • Thesis:
      In order to understand biblical Christian living you have to understand man’s nature and need.
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    • Point 1.
      Man is too much of a miracle just to happen.
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    • Point 2.
      Man is the “missing link,” but it is a link between the animal world below him and the angelic world above him.
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    • The Spirit
      1) Conscience—the organ for discerning right from wrong, Acts 17:16; 1 Cor 5:3; John 13:21
      2) Intuition—the organ of spiritual sensitivity, Mark 2:8; Acts 18:5; 20:22; 1 Cor 2:11; 16:18
      3) Communion—the organ for worshipping God, Luke 1:47; John 4:23; Rom 1:9
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    • DEFINITION:
      A soul results from the combination of man's body and man's spirit to unify them.
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    • Orders of Life
      Organic life is what plants have
      Sentient life is what animals that can move around have
      Human life is what man has because he can reason with God, Isa 1:18
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    • Origin of the Soul
      Origen, Plato and Mormons—souls exist in a previous state and enter the body shortly after birth
      Aristotle, Jerome, Roman Catholics, and Reformed Christians—God directly creates the soul and puts it in the body of the child, contraPsa 51:5
      Human souls are like human bodies—brought into existence by the natural process of procreation
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    • The Soul
      1) Mind—the instrument for the thoughts, Pro 2:10; 19:2; 24:14; Ps 13:2; 139:14; Lam 3:20
      2) Will—the instrument for decisions; Num 30:2; Job 6:7; 7:15
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    • POINT 3.
      The first great tragedy of sin is that man used the gift of freewill against the giver.
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    • The Soul
      3) Emotions—the instrument for liking and disliking
      A) You feel affection, 1 Sam 18:1
      B) You have desires, Deut 14:26
      C) You have moods or feelings, 1 Sam 30:6
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    • Other Anthropological Origins
      1) All races originated in Adam as to person, Acts 17:26, Gen 10
      2) All nations originated in Babel as to place, Gen 11:1-9
      3) All religions originated in Babylon after the failure to corrupt the seed line of the Messiah when Satan had fallen angels cohabit with women, Gen 6:1-7
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    • POINT 4.
      Every false religion is one nation’s attempt to memorialize and perpetuate their own brand of corrupted ceremony and counterfeit truth.
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    • POINT 5.
      The second great tragedy of sin is that man is less submissive to the purpose for his existence than the animals he controls, Isa 1:3.
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    • A Corrupted Image and Likeness
      1) His spirit is darkened, Eph 4:17-18; 1 Cor 2:14
      a) His conscience is blunted, 1 Tim 4:2
      b)His communion is thwarted, James 4:4
      2) His soul is debased, Jer 17:9; Eph 4:19
      a) His will is weakened, Rom 7
      b) His mind is reprobate, Rom 1:28
      c) His emotions are deceitful, Jer 17:9
      3) His body is diseased &conquered by death, Rom 7:24
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    • Point 6.
      The purpose for man has to do with accomplishing God’s plan in his place.
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    • Responsibilities in Eternity
      1) To refill the earth, Gen 1:28
      2) To subdue nature, Gen 1:28
      3) To rule over the creatures, Gen 1:28
      4) To cultivate the Garden, Gen 2:15
      5) To colonize the universe, Isa 9:7
      6) To gradually gather knowledge and wisdom in mastery of all things
      7) To manifest the glory of God, Isa 43:7
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    • Next Class
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