Gravity Of Sin

Today’s thoughts are about our sins and how important we think they are. I mean, how much weight do they carry with how we view our lives. Gravity is the force that holds us on the earth, so perhaps a better way to ask is “how much gravity do our sins bear on our daily life?” Enough to make us want to rid ourselves of the load? Or do we act as if they’re of no great consequence? How we define our relationship with Christ directly relates to how we view the “gravitational influence” of our sin. Christ must have viewed our sin as having a tremendous influence and impact over our lives because He was willing to die to pay our sin-debt. Revelation 1:5 says in part…

Revelation 1:5 “…Unto him that loves us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood,”

Our sins are of such magnitude that The Son of GOD was willing to die so that they may be erased. Buddha says that good works can erase our sins, Mohammed says GOD is too merciful to punish us, these human lines of thinking serve to please us, to fool us. Jesus Christ doesn’t take our sin lightly, He died for them. We should see our sin as Christ did. Unless we take our sin seriously, we have no hope of forgiveness from the Father. Mike