R.C. Sproul Discusses the Times in which We S.W.I.M.

May 20, 2011 at 9:02 am | Posted in Quotes | 1 Comment
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The Christian solution to the problem of sin is a radical departure from what other religions provide, for it is centered in the Person and work of Jesus Christ. Through His perfect sacrifice, which has the efficacy of blotting out believers’ sins, we have become righteous in God’s eyes. However, that righteousness does not give us the license to do as we please. We must still seek to do God’s preceptive will, especially as we swim through the perilous waters of the moral, ethical, and social dilemmas of our age.

R.C. Sproul, “Can I Know God’s Will?”

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