“I am a saint who sins,” by C.S.


Every Christian believer is a person who was born a sinner and who now has the spiritual ability to live as a forgiven and righteous saint in Christ.

It is not hypocrisy to sin.

It is a fact of life for every Christian.

Hypocrisy is defined as telling others to do something that you do not do yourself.

If a believer lives by his faith in Christ and in who Christ has made him (a new righteous and perfect person in God), under grace, by the Spirit, then he lives in God’s love and goodness.

When a person become s a believer, God forgives us all of our sins: past, present, and future.

When he sins, the Christian believer can pray the Lord’s Prayer: Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.

Paul the apostle tells us to confess our sins to one another.

The real hypocrisy, really it is just a lie, is to to tell others that you have no sins.

Curtis Smale