Are You a Slave to Sin?

By Adrian Rogers

Paul, a bondservant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle, separated to the gospel of God.”  Romans 1:1

Not only was Paul a saved man, but he was also a surrendered man. Notice what he called himself, “Paul, a bondservant.” The word servant is the Greek word doulos, and it literally means, “slave.” Paul said, “I’m a slave of Jesus.”

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  1. Your blog post delves into the profound concept of surrendering to God’s will, as exemplified by the apostle Paul’s declaration of being a bondservant of Jesus Christ. The analogy of slavery may seem daunting at first, but you aptly illustrate that true freedom lies in submitting to the lordship of Christ rather than being enslaved by sin.

    Your explanation of the freedom found in surrendering to God’s will is both enlightening and encouraging. It’s a powerful reminder that aligning our will with His doesn’t mean losing our autonomy but rather gaining true liberty from the shackles of sin. Your reference to John 8:36 beautifully underscores this point, emphasizing that the freedom offered by Christ transcends any other form of liberation.

    The reflection questions you pose prompt deep introspection and engagement with the topic, encouraging readers to examine their own struggles with sin and the transformative power of surrendering to God’s will. Additionally, the practical suggestion to seek guidance from a mature Christian in understanding the transition from personal will to God’s will adds a tangible aspect to the spiritual journey you’re inviting readers to embark on.

    Overall, your post provides valuable insights and guidance on embracing surrender as a pathway to true freedom and fulfillment in Christ. Thank you for sharing these profound truths and prompting readers to reflect on their relationship with God

Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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