There is one evolution I believe in; I believe in the evolution of evil.
Then the LORD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually (Genesis 6:5).
Evil can become so bad in a man that he actually takes pleasure in his exercise of depravity. There is a point of no return. The further away from God that the depraved man descends, the more animalistic he becomes, the more society rushes to accept him and his neuroses, the more society becomes corrupted. In our world today evil is blatantly expressed. We watch it on our tellys, cluck our tongues, and change the channel. Why do we do this? Because deep down we know we are the same. We have the same capacity to respond to the devil as the one who practices what the devil wants. When a man becomes brazenly fixed in doing evil, he has assumed a character trait of Satan. If a man persistently tries to justify himself in this, then he destroys the justice of God, and consequently, destroys his own personhood.
However, before it’s too late, if man has not descended into hell itself, while still alive, if he will surrender to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, then that abyss in him, that will and condition to follow and perform evil, is closed forever. We don’t deserve it, but we can be saved and sanctified by God’s wonderful grace. If we can trust Jesus with the keeping of our heart, then we never have to have another conscious experience of evil, not within ourselves. We always have the free will to take our hearts back and once again fill them up with iniquity, but the blood of Jesus rests on the altar in the temple to wash us once again and restore us to absolute dependence on Jesus for our salvation, our total acceptance into the heaven of God.
If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness (1 John 1:9).