Big Idea: If you are in Christ, your primary identity is saint not sinner.
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- A saint is an ordinary, average, sinful person who loves Jesus.
- All people are sinners, but those in Jesus are not just sinners but saints.
- When Jesus returns, His followers will be glorified—they will no longer be saints and sinners, but saints and saints alone.
- Saints are convicted by their sin but not condemned by it.
- Conviction leads us to a new identity in Christ, but condemnation leads to an old identity in sin.
- There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Romans 8:1
- In Christ, we do not have to sin. We are free to do the right thing.
- Temptation is an opportunity to sin against God or to worship God.
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