The apostle Paul once wrote to the Jews who are followers of Christ in Rome in Romans 3:23 “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Paul is emphasizing that no one is righteous, and that everyone has sinned against God. But what happens when we sin? Are there consequences to face when we sin? Why do we still suffer if God has forgiven us for our sins?
Paul also wrote in reminder for the consequences of sin in Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” This statement that Paul wrote tells us that there is a price, and there are consequences for sinning. In Genesis 2, God warned Adam that if they eat of the tree of good and evil, they will surely die. This statement that God told the first mankind that there’s a consequence for their action if they disobey. But is God commanding them not to eat because He is an angry God who wants to control them? Is it for their good, and to protect them from something that they don’t truly understand?
Join Host Thomas Jusayan, and counselor, author, and life coach Dr. Jim Slaughter in their conversation as they help you understand how to face the consequences of sins, and how God’s grace and mercy was there from the beginning, and always finding provision to show His mercy.
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