Perhaps as never before in the Church's history is there a need to return to the message of repentance of sin, obedience to the Word of God and separation from the world. Sadly, these things are seldom mentioned in today's churches. They have been replaced with a new and erroneous view of God's Grace and minimize the effects of sin on the life of the believer and its eternal consequences. As a result multiple thousands have been lulled into a false sense of security. One Bible teacher went so far as to say that our obedience to God's Word has thing to do with our eternal destiny. But does the Bible really teach that? WHAT ABOUT OUR SIN? ARE ETERNAL CONSEQUENCES INVOLVED HERE? DOES OUR OBEDIENCE TO THE WORD OF GOD REALLY MATTER? D. Martin Lloyd Jones in his expository on the Sermon on the Mount wrote: There is a defective sense of sin and a defective doctrine of sin in the church today. There is t the real, deep conviction of sin as was once the case....that conversion must be preceded by conviction, a real sense of sin must come before there can be the true joy of salvation. That is the whole essence of the gospel (D. Martin Lloyd Jones - Studies in the Sermon on the Mount - Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company). During this discussion I will present a series of arguments, from the Word of God, that I believe will show us that our sins as well as obedience to God's Word does have very serious and potentially eternal consequences. DAVID CASSADY HAS SPENT THE PAST TWENTY YEARS ON THE FRONT LINES LEARNING, WITNESSING KEY ISSUES FACING THE CHURCH. AS A THE LORD HAS MOVED, HE HAS BEEN BLESSED WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO HELP PEOPLE STRUGGLING WITH A VARIETY OF SPIRITUAL ISSUES.