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I What Is Sin?

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Title: I What Is Sin?


1
I What Is Sin?
  1. Transgression stepping over the line,
    disobedience. Hb.22
  2. Disobedience failure to listen to God. Hb.22
    cf. Ac.757
  3. Sin Soldiers hurl a spear, miss. To miss the
    mark in life. Ro.39
  4. Failure come short of ones duty loss. 1
    Co.67 Gn.4312

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  • 5. Offense trespass (ESV), falling where one
    should have stood. Ga.61
  • 6. Ignorance (of what one should have known).
    Hb.97 (cf. Ac.317)
  • 7. Lawlessness to act contrary to Gods law. 1
    Jn.34
  • 8. Unrighteousness wrongdoing. 1 Jn.517

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II What Is Sins Punishment?
  • Even in this life, sin often produces serious
    consequences
  • 1. Embarrassment, pain, regret. 2 Co.24-9
  • 2. Anxiety, Is.591-2
  • 3. Disease, Ro.127
  • 4. Death, Nu.1530-36. Ro.134

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Eternal Consequences
  • Ro.623, wages (what we deserve)
  • Death separation. Mt.189 Hb.1029
  • 2 Pt.29, reservations (Hb.927)
  • Rv.1411

5
III Then Why Do People Sin?
  • 1. Deferred judgment, Ec.811
  • If Judgment were at 10 tonight
  • This is not love of God
  • 2. Pleasure, Hb.1125
  • The pleasures of sin are . . .

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  • Deceptive
  • They close eyes to consequences
  • Mt.2514-30
  • They help us forget future wages
  • Temporary
  • Like the snow falls in the river, A moment
    white, then melts forever
  • Addictive Jn.834

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2 Tim.313
  • It would be easier to find a man that had not
    done any one sin than to find a man who had done
    it only once. Sin multiplies. We must either
    overcome sin, or it will overcome us

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3. They rationalize
  • Find an excuse for every sin in the Book
  • Blame others. Gn.312-13.
  • Influenced by society. Ro.121-2
  • Compare themselves w. others, conclude theyre
    better than most, and hope God grades on the
    curve
  • 2 Co.1012
  • Lk.1811

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4. They look for the way of escapingGod
  • Dont have time. Ac.2424-26
  • His way is not natural. 1 Pt.43-4
  • I have committed so many sins (or sins so
    terrible) that I cannot be forgiven. Lk.15
    Ac.2
  • I may not be able to hold out as a Christian.
    1 Jn.18-10
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