Finding a Distaste for Sin


by Lauren Craft


Katy here. This week are starting a new series called Building Your Arsenal: Truths of Victory from Romans 8. Once in a while I will spotlight a particular chapter of the Bible, and guest bloggers and I will write about principles of victory and encouragement. This spring and summer we're exploring Romans Chapter 8, and the first post is by Lauren Craft. What can motivate us to refuse sin? Lauren shares with us ... 


We dangled our legs off the back patio. I was among six girls at my friend Katy’s house for her fifteenth birthday, laughing as we imitated a love ballad streaming through the radio. We admired the wild marsh behind her family’s property, where frogs croaked and splashed. In the woods on both sides of the home, crickets sang their own ballad to kick off the evening hours.


The smell of pizza lifted our spirits even more. "It's here!" Katy exclaimed as she hurried inside to help her mother with the delivery. As we placed our slices onto paper plates, a minor problem emerged. "Sorry, Girls. We're outta sodas. Here’s some milk," Katy's mom said.

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            True holiness has roots that reach down deeper than what we say and do. It reaches into our hearts—the treasure house of who we are, how we’re wired, and what we value. Holiness warms, enriches, and enlivens the heart with Godliness. It prompts us to think differently, to see more clearly ...

 

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