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Baxter on Hating Sin 4 - by Michael Phillips
Baxter on Hating Sin - Part 4 of 4
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Psalm 97:10
Jan 01, 1988 pm - Tonight, Lord willing, we'll finish our study of Richard Baxter on Hating Sin. It is the believer's duty to hate his sin. Psalm 97:10 says so. So does Romans 12:9. And many other verses. Do you hate your sin? I suppose you do. But not as much as you ought to. To help you hate your sin more, Richard Baxter has quite a bit to say. Thus far, we've looked at five good reasons to hate your sin. Now, we'll look at seven more. Because they're all short and obvious, we can move through them pretty quickly. If you want to hate your sins more than you do. REMEMBER WHAT THEY ROB YOU OF. When it comes to sin's consequences, most people think of what it inflicts on them-pain, embarrassment, remorse, disease, and so on. If they hadn't sinned, they wouldn't have to cope with all these things. And that's true, of course. But in thinking about these things, don't forget the other consequences of sin. Sin not only inflicts bad things on you, it also robs you of the good things you would have had if you hadn't sinned. Think of secondary things. Good health is often lost through sin. So is usefulness. Many marriages are ruined by sin. Careers are wrecked. Reputations are lost. You might have been ... More >>>

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