Durson on Grace and Sin

“Let’s be clear here. There are no degrees of behavior or, more directly, sin. In God’s eyes sin is sin, which is why grace is freely given. You and I were never good; we were never good enough to receive what God has for us. He does not move faster to forgive the pastor than he would an adulterer. This logic does not exist in God’s economy, and because of our earthly logic, some of us take issue with such equal treatment. When we struggle with God’s desire and ability to forgive what we might classify as big sins and small sins and the fact that He forgives all who have fallen short, then we ultimately have an issue with grace. If we can’t give grace, then we certainly do not have an understanding of the grace we have been given.”

Chris Durso in The Heist


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