What Does Sin Mean To You Essay

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The topic of sin is difficult for me; I am a sinner by all definitions. However, I am not any different than anyone else, we are all sinners. I do believe that people can be forgiven for their sins and I do believe some sin are more serious than others, but everyone sins. I have a few quotes that I use when discussing sin, the first from the bible and the second one, I read a few years ago. ““So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.” (John 8:7 KJV) and “Don’t judge me because I sin differently than you.” The biblical quote, reminds that even Jesus understood we will all sin and the second, reminds me when people may cast judgements of my …show more content…
It is in the image of God I would like to find my soul, embrace my strengths and teach my child to love. Through prayer, I would like to turn over the parts of my life that feel unmanageable, my grief and my remorse to the Lord. In hopes, I can find forgiveness from the Lord, and myself. With new ideas and concepts of our Creator, that I am able to find where I fit, what I believe and how it can shape me into a spiritual person. “God has also given us the gift and responsibility of choice. Because we were born with a tendency to sin, we are inclined to choose our way rather than God’s” (Isaiah 53:6). I feel that in my life I am ready to relinquish some of personal choice, and allow myself to make choice through the teachings of God. I understand this is a lifelong process and dedication, however, I feel that I am ready. I feel that this starts with being baptized and including my family in the process of rekindling or devoting a life to God, and living life surrounded by the love of God. I am grateful, with what I have learned in Theology, despite the many times my views where different. If nothing else, this class was a reminder to myself that is never too late to fix what is broken, it is never too late to really teach my son about the Lord and how he wants us to live, and that it is never too late to learn to love and forgive others regardless of our

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