God's children can't sin

SpiritLed_24/7 View Post

[God's children can't sin]

The Christian isn't sinless. He sins less. 1 Jn 1:9

jcforever replied
…If you're truly born again, then you will obey His commands through me, His servant. If you don't obey, then you were never reborn in the Spirit of God.

Right. His law is higher not lower than the Ten Commandments (Mt 5-7). He enables men to live the Christian life (Jn 8:36).

Winman replied
...[I]f you think you have attained sinless perfection, you are simply fooling and deceiving your own self.

Yeppers (1 Jn 1:8). The Christian will not live habitually in sin (1 Jn 3:9).

Trucker replied

…Peter sinned! That's scripture, too...

Peter and Judas betrayed Jesus. The former repented. The later did not. The gospel includes repentance (Mark 1:15). Free grace proponents (2 Pe 2:1) exclude repentance from their gospel (Gal. 1:6-12).

Trucker View Post

[Peter and Judas betrayed Jesus. The former repented. The later did not.] Before one can repent one must first be aware of a need to repent.

Right. He must agree with God that he is a sinner in need of a Savior (Re 3:17). Those who have a come in Savior but a stay out Lord aren't going in the rapture (Lk 21:36). Cafeteria Christians  preach a gospel which does not include repentance (Ac 11:18). 

Greasy gracer's   (false converts) turn grace into license (Jud 4). They think that because they: signed a card, walked down an aisle, got baptized that they are good to go (1 Co 10:12). Their liver shivers were irrelevant if they never saw a change in their life (2 Co 5:17). Their spiritual goose bumps were meaningless if they returned to their own vomit (2 Pe 2:22). The apostle John said if you claim to know him but don't keep his commandments, you're a liar (1 Jn 1:6, 2:4).

God's children can't sin