Latinuproar posted a comment · Jul 21, 2019
Deancooper, I always see criticism in your comments from Dr. Browns articles. In this latest comment you keep talking about the things not mentioned in this article. As I was reading your comment I was thinking to myself there would be some answers to these questions you kept bringing up. I get to the end of your comment and nothing. No complete information you brought up, that was supposed to be so important to the reader, that made you "call Dr Brown out for", for not providing.
Deancooper posted a comment · Jul 19, 2019
I am glad you say that having sex outside of marriage is "terribly costly". But your answer sounds quite convoluted. One, you always say how you sin "even on your very best day". And yet sin is costly. What is the cost of the sin you commit every day? If Jesus has been calling you out of your sin, why do you keep sinning? I understand there's a difference between willful sin and sin committed in ignorance, but how long can you remain ignorant if Jesus is calling you out? If we sin every day and Jesus never sinned, what did He do that was so different from us? Is there really no hope of being like Him? Two, you never said why Hannah Brown's sin was different than all the other sins like pride. Nor did you explain why a God who loves us so much, and forgives us so much, would keep us outside of the heavenly Jerusalem or rain His wrath down upon us. Why does He forgive all your sins but not hers? Is He going to let you in but not her? Will she receive His wrath but you won't? Why? What's the difference? Sure, she's doing it willfully, but she's saying she can point out sins you're doing willfully too. And if you keep repeating the same sins that you sin every day, isn't that willful? And if you don't repeat them, why wouldn't you be done sinning after all these years? Just how do we become the spotless bride that Jesus is looking for if we sin so much? To me, the Bible says we can walk in the Spirit or we can walk in the flesh. We can either be of the day and in the light, or we can be of the night and in darkness. It sure sounds like He expects us to walk in the Spirit and bear the fruit He wants. How can that be done if we're walking in sin so much?