For your information Mr.SameoldStuff, No we do not practice sin as sin is defined in Scripture. We live a very sheltered lifestyle and have been for most of our marriage. We all have sins in our lives before we become Christians and once we accept Christ, then as Jesus told the woman at the well "go and sin no more". He did not tell us to keep sinning. There are people out there that are Christians who fall from Grace at times, but like King David, he committed adultry and then had the womans husband killed in battle. He was punished severely by God and God had his baby son die for his sin, so it is not worth trying to disobey our Creator when he leaves the Holy Spirit to help us anyway. More Christians need to rely more on the Holy Spirit to help them from being tempted by Satan for it is his job to turn us away from God. We do not want Satan to win this battle, for we want God to get the Glory by leaving us His Spirit if we would just follow Him daily. I would suggest that if you believe that you can go on sinning after your committment, you had better read again. We are not perfect by all means, for everyone has their everyday problems that we may get mad or say something that we are sorry for, but that is a emotion like Jesus when he threw the tables over in the Temple, but we cannot sin as sin is defined in Scripture. Read Galatians chapter 5 and you will see what it says about the sins of the flesh or fruits of the spirit, then it will give you a good idea what sin means.<quoted text>Simple question, on needs a yes or no.
Do you sin?
By the way, we are not Holier than Thou, for we are sinners that have been saved by Grace and God's Perfect Love for all of us. You will never know what you are missing by not having this relationship with our Creator because you will have happiness and peace that you never knew existed.