In a thread a few weeks ago, the question was posed that if a Christian was to die in the act of adultery would he go to heaven. Bro. Bob stated that he would not go to heaven because he couldn't have been a Christian to begin with or he wouldn't have committed adultery. I have been thinking about this a lot lately and I think Bob has a valid point. (you thought I was out to get you, didn't you Bob? )Are there certain sins that a Christian will not commit? I know that we all still sin even though we are saved, but how can a person with the indwelling of the Spirit of God do certain things that are just horrible? For instance, would a Christian: commit adultery commit murder molest a child commit suicide There are many other other sins I could list, but I think you get the point. And if a Christian wouldn't commit these horrible sins because of the indwelling of the Spirit, why then do we commit other less serious sins (for lack of a better phrase)? As a Christian, I cannot imagine doing these horrible things. What are your thoughts? I will be gone most of the day, so don't think I'm ignoring my own OP. I'll check back later.