Sin: What’s the Big Deal?

THE CONSEQUENCES OF DISOBEDIENCE IN THE GARDEN

A message by Dr. Charles Stanley

Every action we take has consequences, especially whether or not we obey Good. There are repercussions for sin, but ultimately God is on our side when we repent and accept His forgiveness. Take heed of God’s commands because obeying them is always in your best interest.

Adam’s sin cost him everything he and Eve had. Nothing was ever the same from that day until he and Eve died.  Below is a link to a sermon presented by Dr. Charles Stanley of Atlanta.  After watching this you will never be confused about the sin he and Eve committed.  The consequences of their sin brought about an immediate curse on the ground and nature.  That sin cost them the freedom their home in the garden had afforded.  That sin cost them their daily fellowship with Christ.  Adam lived some 930 years–just shy of one thousand years. Remember, a day with the Lord is as a 1000 years.  Let me encourage you to watch and take in this blessed message by Dr. Stanley.  (Click on the Link below:)

https://www.intouch.org/watch/guidance-from-the-garden/the-consequences-of-disobedience-in-the-garden#.WqTgTt5p1uk.facebook

Charles Stanley

Author: Editor

An ordained Baptist minister. Worked for 10 years with a Christian publishing ministry where I was the circulation manager for a growing publication, The Sword of the Lord. I also did most of direct mail fundraising and promotion. I have pastored churches in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama & Arkansas. I served for some four years as Vice President of The Spoken Word of God ministry, Orlando, FL. This ministry was active in church planting in India and broadcasting the Scriptures via Trans World Radio and other radio outlets. My associate in this ministry later invited me to join him and his dad in starting a business working with churches providing multimedia equipment. I have done this work for the last 16 years. This blog, hopefully, will scratch an itch I have for communicating the Word of God to a broader audience via the Internet. I would be honored to hear from you via email.

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