Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Sin Is Sin And From It Stay Away

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    For the sinful nature desires what is contrary to the Spirit,
and the Spirit what is contrary to the sinful nature.
They are in conflict with each other, so that you do not do what you want.
                                         Galations 5:17                                 
sin/
noun
noun: sin; plural noun: sins
  1. 1.
    an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law.
    "a sin in the eyes of God"

    synonyms:immoral act, wrong, wrongdoing, act of evil/wickedness, transgression, crime, offense, misdeed, misdemeanor; More
    archaictrespass

    "a sin in the eyes of God"

    wickedness, wrongdoing, wrong, evil, evildoing, sinfulness, immorality, iniquity, vice, crime
    "the human capacity for sin"

    antonyms:virtue
    • an act regarded as a serious or regrettable fault, offense, or omission.
      "he committed the unforgivable sin of refusing to give interviews"

      synonyms:scandal, crime, disgrace, outrage
      "they've cut the school music program—it's a sin"

verb
verb: sin; 3rd person present: sins; past tense: sinned; past participle: sinned; gerund or present participle: sinning
  1. 1.
    commit a sin.
    "I sinned and brought shame down on us"

    synonyms:commit a sin, commit an offense, transgress, do wrong, commit a crime, break the law, misbehave, go astray;
    archaictrespass
    "I have sinned"
    • offend against (God, a person, or a principle).
       
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    • No matter how you put it, the farther you are from sin the closer you are to God.

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