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Building a great relationship with God requires an understanding of sin from a biblical point of view. It is not failure, as we often view it, but rather an indication of our need for God. When we understand sin, we’ll develop a greater appreciation for God’s love and a greater conviction to resist sin.

Character Study:

Jacob

Resources:

  • Jeremiah 2:13 (NIV)
  • Genesis 25, 27-33
  • Genesis 6:5-6
  • Book of Hosea
  • Galatians 5
  • Romans 1
  • Psalm 32, 38, 51, 73, 103

Going Deeper:

  1. What desires do you have that lead you to sin?
  2. How does your sin hurt God, hurt yourself and the people around you?
  3. How can you turn to God instead of hardening your heart?
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