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#13 Possibility of Being Free

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Put off the old self…
Be renewed in your mind…

The lawlessness of society is increasing and it tempts Christianity to lower the standard of holiness…and integrity. We think, “Well, we are still better than the average person of the world.”

Paul holds out the possibility of being free of human failings. It is more than a fantasy, or an unreachable ideal. It is a command and a demand.

To merely consider this is to be renewed in your mind.

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