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 Mark - Soiled Hearts are not Cleansed by Washing Hands by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Sin
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 United with God's Children by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Sin
Scripture(s): Matthew 26:47-50  
Description: There’s no sin so wicked and depraved as this of Judas. He knew the Lord Jesus well, saw His miracles and bore the money bag. He was trusted. He felt the love that Jesus showed to people. He saw the prophesies being fulfilled before his eyes, that Jesus was the Messiah, the Son of God. Sadly though satan found entrance, little by little. We don’t know the exact cause, but maybe he was proud that he had a position that was higher than the others. He was trusted by the others and the Lord to be the treasurer. A person can be proud because of anything, their clothing, position, beauty, wealth etc.
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 A Voice Crying in the Wilderness by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Sin
Scripture(s): Matthew 3:1-4  
Description: Jesus said that of all those born of women, there’s none as great as he, yet the smallest in heaven is greater than he (Matt 11:11). One might wonder what it meant, for surely Abraham, the father of believers, or Moses or Elijah was greater than he? In what does his greatness lie? In the Old Testament it ends with the prophet Malachi, after which there was silence for 400 years until John arrived on the scene. God sent John. It is said that he grew up in the wilderness of Judea. There were only five or six small villages in Judea. We’re not told exactly where he grew up. We read of the Lord Jesus in Jerusalem, but nothing of John the baptist. He was all the while in the wilderness. Even his birth was miraculous, in that he was filled with the Holy Spirit while still in his mother’s womb!
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 I John - If We Confess our Sins by Mariano Di Gangi

Topic: Sin
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 Living in the Light by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Sin
Scripture(s): Proverbs 28:13  
Description: Jesus came to remove our sins. He said that if we hide our transgressions we will not prosper, but the one that confesses and forsakes his sin will obtain mercy. It is not sufficient to confess your sin and not forsake it. You must confess and forsake it. In the sight of God, sin is a terrible thing. Jesus suffered and died because of our sins. He took them into Himself. Even God turned away from Him and Jesus cried out, ‘My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?’ (Matt 27:46). Sin is terrible, and God Who is absolutely holy has no fellowship with sin. He speaks very harsh words regarding sin, like, ‘the wages of sin is death’ (Rom 6:23). If you do not part from your sins, you will die. Peter writes that the one who has confessed his sins and goes back again is like a dog that vomits and eats it again (2Pet 2:22). The Bible says that a person who repents and goes back to his sin, it’s better that he never repented (2Pet 2:20-21; Heb 6:4-6). It is terrible to go back to your sin after confessing it.
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 Hatred For Sin by David Wilkerson

Topic: Sin
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 Urge to Sin - The Inerited Factor by Richard Sipley

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 'Urge To Sin' The Acquired Factor by Richard Sipley

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 'Urge To Sin' The Imposed Factor by Richard Sipley

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 The Savior From Sin by Michael Durham

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 But I Promised God I Wouldn't Do That Again by Paris Reidhead

Topic: Sin
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 The Excuses of Sinners Condemn God by Paris Reidhead

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 The Law and Secret Sins by Ernest C. Reisinger

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