Friday, 16 July 2010


'"Big sin, little sins" thinking shows sin as a matter of good or bad consequences. This kind of thinking is self-pleasing and leads to a lack of love for God and His Word. See this for what it is. Examine your everday talk to see if it reflects love for God or simply a reaction to consequences. Examine your life and language to see if you have bought into the "big sins, little sins" mindset. If you have, turn your eyes, your heart, your life to Jesus. Repent and ask Him to help you change. Ask for the wisdom and strenth to love Him with all your heart.'
John A Younts, Everday Talk: Talking Freely and Naturally about God with Your Children, p.77.