75 minutes | Jul 17th 2020

Does sin really have long term effects?

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In this episode of Liberty Unveiled, Bradley Hopp discusses the consequences of sin with real-life and Biblical examples, laying emphasis on the long term effects.

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Conversation Highlights

[01:47] The Teshuah rescue mission recently rescued 13 girls from a brothel.

[05:16] Bradley describes the two ways to donate to the Teshuah rescue mission; direct donations or the Teshuah tea company cash-back App.

[13:57]You cannot use one scripture alone to build your doctrine.

[14:48] Scriptural backings for Creationism (Psalm 90:2, Psalm 95:5, Isaiah 42:5, Isaiah 45:18, John 1:1-3, Ephesians 3:9, Colossians 1:16)

[23:19] It is so obvious to every reasonable being that He did not make himself and the world that he inhabits could as little make itself. (John Quincy Adams, Founding Father)

[23:45] “If there’s a creator, He obviously created creation for a reason.”

[30:43]God wanted to create a being that was in his likeness and image.

[34:07]The culture of Divorce in America is a travesty

[35:39]The very first sin in the Bible was coveting and stealing somebody’s personal property.

[39:05] “If I approach life from the standpoint that mankind is inherently wicked, then I don’t have to live my life in a constant state of perpetual disappointment.”

[44:10] When Jesus told the woman caught in the act of adultery, “Go and sin no more”, He gave her the ability to not sin again.

[51:10] The Consequences of the sin of Father Abraham, both on him and the rest of the world today

 

Remarkable Quotes:

[23:33] “The moment we begin to exercise the power of reflection, It seems impossible to escape the conviction that there is a creator.” (John Quincy Adams, Founding Father)

[24:27] “NEED (necessity) is the mother of all invention.”

[39:05] “If I approach life from the standpoint that mankind is inherently wicked, then I don’t have to live my life in a constant state of perpetual disappointment.”

[44:38] “Repentance doesn’t automatically get rid of our consequences.”

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