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By David Alsobrook

Is it attainable to be unfastened from agitating passions and internal conflicts? Scripture solutions a powerful "YES"!

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We believe for the supernatural ability of God to work in us. Why not believe for the supernatural character of our Father? The Greek word for SIN is harmartano, which means: to miss the mark (and so not share in the prize). Many are missing the mark. We're missing the bull's-eye. We are sinning because we are not taking proper aim. We think we can never be perfect, can never live a holy life, and never be like Jesus. 1 John 4:17 says, "... " Jesus is perfect, and as He is so are we to be IN THIS WORLD.

If God can make you perfect in one area such as deliverance, or a habit, or the physical body then He is able to clean up all of it. If God can sanctify you and make you holy in one area why can't He do it in all areas? Has He delivered you from an unclean habit? Is He not able to do much more than that? In a continuous walk with Him He changes us little by little (line upon line, precept upon precept). " (Zech. 4:10). Each time He changes one part of you He has that much less of you to perfect.

Let us go on unto perfection" (Heb. 6:1). "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect" (Matt. 5:48). We are to desire and see our aim fulfilled. We don't have to aim for IMPERFECTION. That is already with 2 Must We Sin Daily? I used to take archery. I would get out on the range, and the bull's-eye looked so far away. It had a stack of hay behind the target. I thought I'd just kind of aim for the hay and let it fly, knowing I could never hit the bull's-eye. Sure enough, I was never disappointed.

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