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.
- that he is wholly free from sin. The hakim is brought very low these days.
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.
But don't forget to give praise to God for His Son who died to set us free from sin and give us eternal life!
Jesus, as an obedient Son, fulfilled the divine will and was therefore free from sin, thus revealing the righteousness of the Father in the salvation he wrought for us.
And once a person acquires these qualities, he has achieved his greatest victory, because the person who knows how to control himself and discipline his desire, is free from sin and wrong, from fear and cowardice, from vice and indecency, from jealousy and greed, from humiliation and all other causes of enslavement.
He claimed that in Islam those whose 'sexual instincts run against the norm' are still free from sin as long as they do not act on their 'lust'.
Abu Hurairah narrates: I heard the Prophet (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) say, "Whoever performs Haj and does not commit any Rafath (obscenity) or Fusooq (transgression), he returns (free from sin) as the day his mother bore him" (Sahih Bukhari).
"I have seen my folly now it is too late, but I hope, my dear, you will forgive all my past conduct for it had been very bad, and I hope and trust the Lord will pardon my offences, and take us to glory where we shall ever be free from sin and sorrow, and where God will wipe away all tears from our eyes.
The line "bless the folk who dwell within, keep them pure and free from sin" was received with uproarious laughter.
Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness.
"Whoever performs Hajj and does not commit any obscenity or transgression, shall return (free from sin) as in the day his mother bore him".