Thesis: A beleiver in adultry is loved, forgiven &
saved by Christ
> A true believer, who falls into a grievous sin,
doesn't stop being a believer. The Biblical record is
full of those cases.
> Some try to cushion the logical conclusion of the
gospel with moralism & Christian ethics.
> Some try to scare the Sheep in that they must
prove their Christianity by a life that is growing
into less sinning.
> Paul affirmed he was the least among the apostles
> Christians need to grow in holiness in not the
law, but the very gospel that released us from the
curse of the law.
> The gospel is not a free pass to licentiousness,
but in fact it will make us grow in grace and
1. A New Condition: Union with Christ.
What shall we say then: Are we to continue in sin
that grace may abound? 2 By no means! How can we who
died to sin still live in it?
If you are saved you are united to Christ.