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turning the world to Christ


Posted by dturn on August 27, 2007

The most miserable people in the world are not non-Christians, but Christians living in sin.

Craig Groeschel


3 Responses to “hmmm”

  1. Margaret said

    I would push back and say sin does not discriminate–it’s claws make an effort to get as deep as possible regardless. Thoughts?

  2. david said

    I think that when Christians pretend that non-followers are the only ones living in sin they end up putting pressure on themselves.
    You’re right..sin doesn’t discriminate, it depreciates everything about us.
    We should really learn how to go to our Father and ask for forgiveness.

    He’ll de-claw satan

  3. amandagraeser said

    ouch! How true is that. It is so much harsher when you know what God says about sin. Thank God for His mercy and grace!

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