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Sin


Origin of Sin

 

For many, the existence of sin is a great mystery. They cannot understand how a God who is loving and kind would allow something that causes so much misery and hurt. But there should be no mystery over how sin began and continues to exist in our world. The Bible teaches us that “He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning.” 1 John 3:8. Sin originally arose in the heart of Lucifer. The prophet Isaiah tells us that Lucifer or Satan or the devil was once a beautiful heavenly angel of light. “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning  Read More >>

Origin of Sin

Sin

 

Sin comes from within - from the sinful desires of our hearts. It's in the Bible, Mark 7:20-23, TLB. "And then He added, 'It is the thought-life that pollutes. For from within, out of men's hearts, come evil thoughts of lust, theft, murder, adultery, wanting what belongs to others, wickedness, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, pride, and all other folly. All these vile things come from within; they are what pollute you and make you unfit for God."  Read More >>

Sin

Can a thought be a sin

 

Some say thoughts aren’t sins unless you put them into action, but I’m not sure. Of course, what I or someone else thinks about thoughts isn’t worth much, so let’s see what Jesus says about it. In Matthew 5:21, 22, our Lord says, “Ye have heard that it was said … Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment: But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment.” He’s not actually calling someone like this a murderer, but He’s discussing the importance about thinking angry thoughts.   Read More >>

Can a thought be a sin

A Concept of Sexual Immorality and Its Consequences in the Bible

 

Our post-modern time is famous for having no absolutes. The law is no longer needed, and people prefer to do as they wish to, almost as it was in the days of the Judges when “all the people did what was right in their own eyes” (Jdg 21:25). On the endless list of modern lawless deeds are adultery and a variety of sexual perversions, such as incest, rape, bestiality, and homosexuality.  Read More >>

A Concept of Sexual Immorality and Its Consequences in the Bible

Is it Possible to Live without Sinning

 

Recently I read the amazing account of a man who submitted to a scientific hypnosis experiment. While under the influence of a light hypnotic trance the subject was ordered to pick up a glass from the table. Although he was a strong, athletic type, the man could not budge the glass from its position. His most strenuous exertions could not lift the glass that was light enough for any child to remove. Why could he not do it? Because the scientists, after placing him in the trance, had told him that it was impossible to pick up the glass.  Read More >>

Is it Possible to Live without Sinning

Whatever Happened to Sin

 

A person who wants to understand what it means to have a relationship with God must begin by understanding what sin is. Otherwise, that person will not be able to relate to God correctly. I will go so far as to say that a right understanding of sin lies at the root of all saving Christianity. By that I mean that a person who wants to be saved, or even a person who considers himself to be saved, must first come to Christ as a sinner. God is in the business of making new people out of sinners.  Read More >>

Whatever Happened to Sin

Unpardonable Sin

 

Referring to Matthew 12:31 Jesus says, "And so I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven." Consider the background of this verse. In chapter 11 certain Jewish cities rejected Jesus. Also, John the Baptist raised serious doubts about Jesus because his expectations were not fulfilled. Matthew 12:31,32 refers to the most serious rejection of Jesus-the rejection of the Pharisees.  Read More >>

Unpardonable Sin

Tips-For-Resisting-Temptation

 

Since the entrance of sin into the world, a war has been raging in every human heart between the spirit and the flesh. Every person desiring to serve God feels the battle between these two opposing masters. And Satan is always exploiting our physical and emotional desires to sever our relationship with the Lord. "Your iniquities have separated you from your God" (Isaiah 59:2 NKJV). The Bible begins with the serpent tempting Adam and Eve and follows with the world's deterioration. The New Testament begins with Satan tempting Jesus and follows with the world's salvation.  Read More >>

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