We all want to do what’s right all the time, but sometimes we end up doing what we don’t want to do. It seems unavoidable. If we can’t even live by our own standards, how are we supposed to live by God’s? In this message, Andy Stanley explores what the Apostle Paul wrote about God’s grace and Jesus’ power over sin in our lives.
Tim Keller sermons via Gospel in Life: Haman, who plots to kill the Jews exiled in Persia, exemplifies pride and its downfalls.
If we’re dead to sin, if sin isn’t our master, how do we live that out? Living as a slave to sin takes no initiative on our part. What does it look like to live without sin as master over our mouths, our eyes, our minds, our insecurities, our appetites?