Sometimes, it's not just the cure that's available to everyone who wants it; there's also a sickness that each of us suffer from
If there are universal standards, they must - by definition - apply to all of us
What do we do when we encounter a list of sins in the Bible, and find a few that we struggle with, too?
To what should followers of Jesus compare themselves and their righteousness?
What should we expect to hear when we reach out to those who society doesn't like? What should we do about it?
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If Jesus could relate to us while only being tempted, we can reach out to those who sin differently than us.
Since Jesus made time for those who weren't like Him, or - according to others - just didn't fit in at the time, let us do the same thing.
Welcome to "Those Who Sin Differently". Regardless of where you come from or what path your life is on, I hope that you'll find some insight, here. You can read this article for some site background, or browse other articles, below.