The Root of Sin is Pain

The world is full of pain. The root of all sin is pain.

Sin, is a deceptive way to anesthetize it.

I ponder if liberalism is a way to medicate the pain of rejection, and disappointment with authority, pastors, and parents?

The hippie and drug cultures were rebellion against the pain of perception of unloving parents.

Much of our identity is woven in pain. Pain is us.  Lashing out, hatred, violence, and mockery are stimulated by hidden pain.

Christ Jesus, the new man, is painless. He is rooted in God’s identity.  God is joy, power, liberty, exuberance, transcendentalism, love, authority, and painlessness.

The challenge for the believer is to leave the house of pain. Pain, must not be us, or in us, anymore. We must not halt transformation until every personal response is rooted in painlessness.  The walk out is laborious and slow, but is well worth it.

Freedom comes by God’s revelation knowledge. You shall know revelation truth and its work will free you.  Those who are devoted disciples to the Word will glean abundant revelation which will free them. If you are not a fervent disciple of the Bible, don’t expect complete liberty.

You must employ time in the presence of the Lord. Whenever God manifests, He causes sin to break down and become nonfunctional, ineffective. If you do not apply time to prayer, don’t expect every chain of bondage to break.

You must obey every impulse of the voice of God. This is the only way to develop confidence in how He talks. If you are wrong, it’s better to err traversing deep waters, than dwell in delusions of fear.

My father told me, for everything you want in life; there is a price to pay. The greater is you want; the greater will be the price.  How much are you willing to pay for liberty in Christ? Anything you do towards that end is well worth it.

You must obey every impulse of the voice of God. This is the only way to develop confidence in how He talks. If you are wrong, it’s better to err traversing deep waters, than dwell in delusions of fear.

My father told me, for everything you want in life; there is a price to pay. The greater is your want, the greater will be the price.  How much are you willing to pay for liberty in Christ? Anything you do towards that end is well worth it.

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