The Sin Of Sin And Sin Essay

1437 Words Feb 26th, 2016 6 Pages
Ever since the fall of man, sin has penetrated through every area of a person’s life. Christ made a way of escape for this sin when he died on the cross and rose from the dead. Although Christ has provided a way of escape, we cannot experience complete freedom from sin until we are joined with Christ either by dying physically or when the rapture comes. We are able to choose not to sin, but the effects of sin will still affect us whether that is through our personal sin, sin of others, or medical conditions. For this reasons, Christians still go through a lot of struggles with sin. Because the struggle can seem unbearable at times, we are called to “bear one another’s burdens” in order to help each other become more like Christ (Galatians 6:2, ESV). At times, a person may need a counselor to bear with their burdens. Proverbs 11:14 tells us that people fail with lack of guidance but they stay safe with an abundance of counselors. Christians should not seek just any counselor, but a Christian counselor. The role of a Christian counselor is one who helps another person to understand conflict (in behavior, relationships, or thinking) in an accurate way and to provide biblical solutions to those problems through the guidance of the Holy Spirit. A Biblical counselor recognizes the depravity of all people and that the only real solution is through God. A biblical counselor also understand that he or she is an instrument in the hands of God to help people conform in the image of…

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