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Comment by T-Ralph

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Nothing happens when a christian sins intentionally.

No christian is under sin because christians are not under the law but Grace (Rom 6:14); for there is no sin without the law (Rom 7:9). Hence, no christian is under the dominion of sin because of Christ (Rom 6:14).

Christians that sin do so because they are without faith; for whatever is not of faith is sin (Rom 14:23). Moreso, the just lives by faith (Rom 1:17).

Any christian that still sin intentionally do so because they dont understand fully the Grace of God (Rom 6:1, 15).

Any christian who still sin un-intentionally do so because they look unto themselves for righteousness by works but our righteousness is of God through faith in Christ Jesus (2Cor 5:21). ...

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Comment by Michael

MichaelMichael
Got that.
What does it mean to neglet God's wisdom? ...

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Comment by T-Ralph

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@Michael
I believe to neglect God's wisdom is to neglect Jesus Christ, Himself, because Christ is the Wisdom of God (1Cor 1:24, 30). Whosoever neglects God's wisdom does that at his/her own peril.
As for we (christians), we have Christ in us (Col 1:27), hence, we have Wisdom of God in us. ...

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Comment by Michael

MichaelMichael
Okay. Practically, I want to go to bank but I felt this strong feeling within my spirit that I should stay at home rather. But I went still. Does that mean I have neglect Jesus? ...

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Comment by T-Ralph

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If someone has a 'strong feeling' inside him/her not to go to bank and this so-called 'strong feeling' is a leading by the Holy Spirit, but, the person still goes to bank anyways, that is the person's headache. It doesn't mean that the person has neglected Jesus but the person has neglected an instruction that would be helpful to him/her probably because he/she doesnt know how to identify the voice of the Holy Spirit or the person is just being adamant.

I think that is simple and direct.

And whatever outcome the person experiences, either good or bad, is an outflow of the consequence his/her action.

Nonetheless, Grace still speaks in either scenarios. ...

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Comment by T-Ralph

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In addition, wisdom is not just the right application of knowledge.
Wisdom is not just knowing the right thing to do at the right time in the right way at the right place...
Wisdom is not just any definition man can coin-out and say.
All these are just outflows/expressions of wisdom. Some even mistake 'experience' for wisdom.

Wisdom is a Person. The Person is Jesus Christ. Wisdom is Jesus Christ, Himself (1Cor 1:24, 30). The more we get to know the Person of Christ, the more we see these above outflows/expressions in our lives.
Little wonder the book of Proverbs describes Wisdom as an individual, usually a lady, crying out - Prov 8. Wisdom is the Word (Jesus) that was with God at creation (Prov8:23-31, Jn 1:1). Wisdom is Life (Prov 8:35, Jn 14:6). Wisdom is Christ.

Get Christ/Wisdom and then, the expression flows. ...

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Comment by Michael

MichaelMichael
Okay. Cool, thanks. ...