Dealing With Sin Day By Day (2 of 6) by Ken Trivette
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DEALING WITH SIN DAY BY DAY
1. THE DAILY CONFRONTATION OF SIN THAT MUST BE ESTABLISHED
A) Failures Are A Daily Fact Of Life
B) Fellowship Is A Daily Force In Life
2. THE DAILY CONFESSION OF SIN THAT MUST BE EXERCISED
A) Recognition Of God's Denunciation Of Sin
B) Response To God's Demand For Sin
3. THE DAILY CLEANSING FROM SIN THAT MUST BE EXPERIENCED
A) The Basis Of Cleansing
B) The Blessing Of Cleansing
Beginning in our last study, we saw that as Christians, we have daily duties and responsibilities. The Christian life is a daily proposition. We are looking at these daily duties as illustrated and implied in the reoccurring words of the Bible, "Day By Day."
In our first study we saw these words in Genesis 39:10 where we read, "And it came to pass, as she spake to Joseph day by day, that he hearkened not unto her, to lie by her, or to be with her." From this scene in Joseph's life we reminded ourselves that we must learn how to overcome temptation "day by day."
We once again find the words "day by day" in Exodus 29:38 and we are reminded that we must not only overcome temptation "day by day," but we also must deal with sin on a daily basis.
The great evangelist, Billy Sunday, from the beginning of his ministry until his death in 1935 was relentless in his attacks on sin. He was fond of saying, "I'm against sin. I'll kick it as long as I've got a foot, and I'll fight it as long as I've got a fist. I'll butt it as long as I've got a head. I'll bite it as long as I've got a tooth. When I'm old and fistless and footless and toothless, I'll gum it till I go home to Glory it goes home to perdition."
When it comes to sin in our life, it is something that we must deal with until we go home to glory. Sin must be dealt with day by day.
As you look at Exodus 29, you see the calling and appointment of the family of Aaron to the priesthood. We read in Exodus 28:1, "And take thou unto thee ...
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