commit sin

See: offend
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And th' chapter afore, where it says,--"He that is born of God cannot commit sin.
You don't commit sin in the eyes of the Lord because you are doing your duty),' Pacquiao told the soldiers in Camp Ranao.
When we commit sin, we're transgressing against ourselves, and transgression by definition is an imbalance.
I feel that it is my responsibility to remind my fellow Muslim brothers and sisters not to commit sin, and that is why I am sharing my experience," The Star quoted her, as saying at a press conference.
I consider myself lucky that I have four wives, it reduces the temptation to commit sin," he says.
Sometimes those readings will make reference to God's natural law and ways in which we, almost without exception, break those laws and commit sin (offend God).
Those who commit sin demonstrate by their sinning that they are not free, tightening their bondage to sin in the process (8:34).
Protestants were too ignorant to commit sin and be damned.
They frowned upon the monk's belief that to be absolved of sin, one had to first commit sin.
Sinner is a technical term, meaning not people who commit sin, but people in a line of business that facilitates dishonesty.
He argues, for example, |If everyone "who commits sin is of the devil", everyone who is not of the devil does not commit sin.