The Bible says that who ever believes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and receives Him as his personal Savior will be saved, and be a follower of Christ. That is what it takes to be a Christian. Unfortunately, not all Christians live up to the expectations.

Sin is in our nature, and often is difficult to stop even after receiving salvation by grace through faith. Once a person gets saved, the Holy Spirit begins dwelling in him as a human temple. Through this indwelling, the Spirit is able to influence and enable the believer to live as God wanted.

But in times when the person refuses to hear and follow the leading of the Spirit, that is when he would continue to sin. Under these circumstances, the Apostle Paul refers to such a person as carnal, or someone following his flesh, rather than the Spirit.

Which verses describe and pertain to Christians who continue to sin?