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The Bible and the Term "Sin".

Clearly the greatest obstacle between humans and God,
is the consistent failure of mankind to live the kind of life God had intended for them.

The Bible calls this failure "sin". 
It is a term that cannot be avoided, and must not be avoided, even if the term "sin" may be unpopular today.

God, is His Word, the Bible, uses the term "sin", when commenting on human failures. 
In the Old Testament His prophets use the term "sin" about the transgressions of Israel.
In the New Testament Jesus uses the term "sin" and so do his apostles.

The fact of human sin appears so clearly in the message God has left us,
that we cannot just brush it off and claim that it does not matter.

There is no doubt that God treats human failure "sin", as very seriously indeed, otherwise,
why else would the
"blood" of Jesus Christ, God's Son, have needed to be shed for us?



The Bible and the Shedding of "Blood".

Just as the term "sin" may be unpopular in "preaching" today, also the term
"blood" is not emphasised.

The Word of God has the
"red thread" continuously throughout, from Genesis to Revelation. 
It is a term also that cannot be avoided, and must not be avoided:
"for
without shedding of "blood" is no remission of sin".

1 John
Chapter 1 Verse 7

". . and the
"blood" of Jesus Christ His Son cleanseth us from all sin."

1 Peter Chapter 1 Verse 18 &19:
Forasmuch as ye know that ye were not redeemed with corruptible things,
[as] silver and gold, from your vain conversation [received] by tradition from your fathers;
But with the precious
"blood" of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot:

Hebrews Chapter 9 Verse 22:
. . . . . and without shedding of
"blood" is no remission (of sins).

One must see, that Christ "Himself" takes "our sin" upon Himself.
Instead of mankind being punished for sin, Christ Jesus died and shed His very own
"blood",
on the cross of Calvary, in our place:

Why?

But God commendeth His love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.
Romans Chapter 5 Verse 8:



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