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- Armor of God Eph. 6_10-17
- Names of Christ - Immanuel
- ISAIAH 45
- Ultimate Supremacy of Israel
- New Believers Saved through Christ NOW WHAT
- Mentoring and Building our Faith in Christ
- Sin Nature
- Bible Marking Concept
- Armor of God
- Detecting False Prophets and Church Leaders
- Sin - Defined by the Dictionary
transgression of divine law:the sin of Adam.
any act regarded as such a transgression, especially a willful or deliberate violation of some religious or moral principle.
any reprehensible or regrettable action, behavior, lapse, etc.; great fault or offense:It's a sin to waste time.
verb (used without object), sinned, sin·ning.
verb (used with object), sinned, sin·ning.
to commit or perform sinfully:He sinned his crimes without compunction.
to bring, drive, etc., by sinning:He sinned his soul to perdition.
Origin of sin1
before 900; (noun) Middle English; Old English syn(n ) offense, misdeed; akin to German Sünde,
Old Norse synd sin, Latinsōns guilty; (v.) derivative of the noun, replacing Middle English sin(i)
gen, syn(i)gen, Old English syngian, itself derivative of the noun
Synonyms for sin
1, 2. See crime.
the 22nd letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
the consonant sound represented by this letter.
Origin of sin2
First recorded in 1895–1900, sin is from the Hebrew word śīn
the 12th letter of the Arabic alphabet.
Origin of sīn
the Akkadian god of the moon: the counterpart of the Sumerian Nanna.
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