I wrote my comment (to another blogger) to address her boast in entire sanctification. ‘On the other side of the repentant sawdust trail, one can discipline oneself into sinlessness’ (she infers that she has, and does her endless scripture citation thing). That practice nauseated me from the word go. Now you, Friend, also have perceived a demon and it has something to do with the uppity female antagonism. She also knows the power of mystifying priest-craft and uses it without stating anything definitive about herself.
What about Romans 7. What about James 5. What about 2 Corinthians 7:1.
Now, I am more Holiness than Reformed. And I did read a lot of Charles Finney, New York state attorney turned mighty evangelist; but his teaching on sinless-ness rang hollow in light of experience in my life and the lives of faithful friends. The Apostle Paul didn’t have it. The Lord Jesus told parables about the faithful steward having to remain watchful until the Master’s return.
Glory will be a wonderful place, God-engineered, and without sin or sorrow. But not here. Not in this flesh. Not now.
And so I keep short accounts. Pray often. Call upon the Spirit (Romans 8). Repent often…Doug