20 Now if I do that I would not, it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me.
Me (Talking to sin): Okay, they win, hail all the people who finally called you human nature. The made songs about you, they wrote books about you and did everything they could (because of you), to tell us we had to live with you. Now people have you in their flesh; they are struggling—and this makes them hate life—but have been blinded to think it\’s all human nature. Now let me ask you a question.
Sin: Go ahead, I am listening.
Me: What happens to you, Mr. Human nature, when a person becomes born again?
Me: They receive God\’s nature—you can keep your term; and the only way they can have you ruling over them again, is when they begin to accept the lies about \”human nature\”; or when they start thinking the temptations that come, are just a part of their feelings and not you trying to destroy them again: when they don\’t realize that, the tempter is trying to repeat what he did to Adam and Eve in the garden.
Okay Sin, aka Mr. Human Nature aka Only Jesus can defeat me or whatever you want to be called, our conversation ends here.