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Baxter on Hating Sin 3 - by Michael Phillips
Baxter on Hating Sin - Part 3 of 4
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Psalm 97:10
Jan 01, 1988 pm - Tonight, with God's help, we'll continue our study of Richard Baxter on Hating Sin. The believer in Christ ought to hate his sin with a strong and growing hatred. One reason to hate your sin is because it is worse than the unbeliever's. We've spent the last two weeks developing that idea. Now, we'll move on to some others. If you want to hate your sin. GET TO KNOW GOD BETTER. The key to growing in grace is growing in the knowledge of God. The better you know the Lord, the worse you'll hate your sin. Think of God's character. The Lord is perfectly holy. It's hard to think of that without feeling dirty and ashamed of yourself. Isaiah felt that way. As far as we know, he was a good and religious man. He felt pretty good about himself. Until the year that King Uzziah died. For that year, he "Saw the LORD, high and lifted up. Seraphim were flying around Him chanting, `Holy, Holy,Holy, LORD God Almighty'" How did the vision make the man feel? Terrible! "Woe is me, for I am undone! I am a man of unclean lips, And I dwell among a people Of unclean lips-for my eyes Have seen King, the LORD of Hosts". Thinking of the holy character of God will make you hate your sin. Thinking of His ... More >>>

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