T. M. Moore is principal of The Fellowship of Ailbe, a spiritual fellowship in the Celtic Christian tradition. He and his wife, Susie, make their home in Essex Junction, VT.
We are to resist sin, and strive against it, not draw back and drift away.
Sin is the great tragedy afflicting the world. Its effects are universal, corrupting, and deadly. Sin is a slippery slope which, left unchecked, can bring ruin and destruction everywhere it reaches. This is no time for being silent about sin, either in our own lives or our churches.
Like our fathers before us, we must strain toward the promises.
A cure for sin exists, and we must make the most of it.
The promises they hoped for, we have gained in Jesus.
Faith was powerfully at work in the saints of old.
Little deviations can lead to large disasters where sin is concerned.
The Christian worldview begins with God.
From a platform of unity, churches can grow on to maturity in Christ.