If he cannot sin, how will the seed ever leave him?luchnia wrote: ↑Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:01 amMy last three posts, and all of my posts regarding this subject basically have the same implication to them. Not sure what you are looking for. Sometimes I may word a sentence differently and may miss something from time to time, yet the concept should be the same.
Here is the scriptural basis of what I have been posting about:
1. One with God's seed cannot commit sin as long as God's seed remains. One in Him does not sin.
That would deny the fact that "he cannot commit sin because His seed remains in him".2. A child of God can be drawn away and enticed by his/her own lust
One with God's seed in them cannot be drawn away into sin.
Because His seed remains in him.
It is written..."And they that are Christ's have crucified the flesh with the affections and lusts." (Gal 5:24)
How can one be drawn away by one's crucified/dead lusts?
Yes, of the devil.3. When lust has conceived that conception brings forth sin. He that sins is of the devil.
Not of God whose seed remains in the converted.
You forget that there is an Advocate for the sinful. (1 John 2:1)4. Once sin is completed - eternal separation from God
You still seem to be convinced that oak trees can suddenly choose to bear onions.
How can the seed that bore the oak suddenly change to the seed of an onion?