“Until something has the integrity needed for the purposes it was designed for it really becomes dysfunctional,” describes Ken Wytsma, Founder of The Justice Conference and President of Kilns College. Habitual sin keeps us from leading others. These sins keep us from becoming the people that God created us to be, they hold us down and choke us as a weed chokes the flower. We must take responsibility of our sins and asking God to help us in mastering our habitual sin.
“[Solving habitual sin] doesn’t begin at all until there is a desire to deal with it.”