2012-04-05 / Front Page

Hatton gets eight years

By Jill Ballinger
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Sure, forgive people for

Sure, forgive people for their sin, but there are laws... and laws are established through the chapter of Romans, do you want everyone set free out of jail today because you forgive them of their sin???

Sin will continue to plague

Sin will continue to plague the hearts of man, down to the third and fourth generation, no matter how hard we try to brake it. Sin is the transgression of GOD's law, not man's law. GOD's laws are hard to except, because we love sin more then we love righteousness. Earthly justice is short lived, but GOD's justice...that is eternal. Anyone can be forgiven even for murderers (Moses), but if you cannot forgive others their sins, how can GOD forgive you yours.

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