Q&A #298- Addiction and becoming an enabler, why read Leviticus, Jesus becoming sin, and maybe more!
Pastors Doug, Kyle and Blake return for episode #298 discussing the following:
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1.A good friend of mine is struggling badly with addiction. I'm stuck between keeping them in my life to try to help them out of this but also not enabling their behaviour. How as pastors, would you handle this? Is it not loving like Jesus to say I know you're struggling but I have to walk away?
2.Why should I read Leviticus? After I’ve read it once, why should I ever come back to it?
3. 2 Corinthians 5:21 says, “For your sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God”. My question is this, How does Jesus become sin when we know that he is sinless? Is it imputation? Jesus took on our sin and in exchange gave us is righteousness, or is there more going on in this sentence?