Part 19 in the series "Galatians: Don't Stray from the Grace Way" given by Dr. David O. Dykes, Pastor, Green Acres Baptist Church in Tyler, Texas
David Dykes, 05/06/2012, 58:50
I believe that when you come to Christ, God forgives every sin you've ever committed and every sin you'll ever commit. So if I'm forgiven, then why should I run from sin? One word: Consequences. Forgiveness is God removing the penalty of my sin problem—eternity in hell. But as a Christian I still have to face the consequences of my sin in this life. Moses sinned against God by showing pride and disobedience. He was forgiven, and he's in heaven, but he sinned, he suffered the consequence of never entering Canaan. King David sinned against God, and he was forgiven, and he's in heaven how. But because of his sin, he suffered tragedy and heartache in his family.