The Bible and its vocabulary: the sin


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The Bible and its vocabulary: the sin

"Happy the one the transgression of which is forgiven, and with which the sin is covered!" Psalm 32:1

"Happy those whose injustices were forgiven and with whom the sins were covered; happy the man to whom the Lord does not count the sin." Romain 4:7,8

      Many people find that the word "sin" has no more its place in the current life and that we speak about it too often. It would be a medieval notion, invented by the clergy to impose the religion; either a deficiency for which we are not responsible, after which we look by a therapy. Nevertheless each recognizes that the flight, the attacks, the murder are reprehensible. But only because these actions cause wrongs to the others, while the slightest lie or a thought of pride, for example, are also a sin.

      The Bible speaks about it, and maybe also our consciousness if we agree to listen to him. In fact, the sin is an aware or unconscious, deliberate opposition or not, in the will of a holy God. All which is against its will, for his love, for its kindness, for its wisdom, is sinned.

      More exactly, the Bible calls up sinned:

      - Let be the injustice: I know the education of the Word of God, and deliberately I act otherwise,

      - Let be a conduct which ignores God: I behave as if God did not exist.

      Then, who could say that he did not sin? If the Bible is also precise to describe our faults, she is her also to announce that Jesus concerned the cross the punishment of all our sins. He is necessary, and sufficient, to believe the Word of God which tells us: "the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanses us of any sin" (1 Jean 1:7).

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