Watch Your Feet
What then? Shall we sin because we are not under law but under grace? By no means!
Since your sins are forgiven and you have been justified and saved through
faith, should you continue to sin so that God’s grace will be ever more
abundant in your life?
I say with Paul, “Certainly not!”
Do not view grace as a license to sin. Brothers and sisters, stay away from this
dangerous view of the grace of God. You can’t have one foot in the grave and
one foot in heaven. If the blood of Jesus has washed you, you have died to
sin—it has no hold on you.
Watch out, those of you who continue in sin because you know you’ll be
forgiven—you are on dangerous ground. Grace is not a free pass to sin and
behave however we want.
God freely forgives us for our sins, but He will not remove the consequences of
our actions when we willfully silence the Holy Spirit’s admonitions to stay on
the narrow path.
Your sin has negative repercussions for your health, relationships and ministry.
Do not be led astray by Satan’s lies—keep your feet on the path of
- Matthew 7:13
- John 9:31
- Romans 6