free from sin


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He seemed at that time to be supremely happy, because he was living, as he expressed it, through one week that was free from sin.
I saw the River below me - the River of the Arrow - and, descending, the waters of it closed over me; and behold I was again in the body of Teshoo Lama, but free from sin, and the hakim from Decca bore up my head in the waters of the River.
On August 23, we'll stand topless with pride, free from sin, guilt, shame and gender inequality.
Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness.
Ari Mandel posted the spot on the auction website on Tuesday morning, asserting that the winning bidder will receive two signed contracts - one that guaranteed Mandel's "timeshare" in the skies and another that promised that Mandel will keep the spot open by staying free from sin, the New York Daily News reported.
It is in this context that Jesus promises that the Son makes us free from sin and it is out of this context that we must consider to whom we will be accountable--whose slaves we will be.
He explained that his wife should not only be free from sin but from suspicion.
In the poems and earliest prose Milton begins by presenting himself as free from sin, gifted with prophetic insight.
The noble Judas warned the soldiers to keep themselves free from sin, for they had seen with their own eyes what had happened because of the sin of those who had fallen.
So poetry goes on and on for our dandy poet who wrote: "Let me die a young man's death, not a free from sin, tiptoe in candlewax and waning death, not a curtains drawn by angels borne '
It was that very Word of God that had set us free from sin and death, free to go directly to God without any mediator but Jesus, free to worship as the Spirit led us.
org) highlights the biblical passage of Romans 6:18--"You have been set free from sin and become slaves of righteousness.