Genesis 4:6 Niv , "Sin Is Research Proposal

  • Length: 3 pages
  • Subject: Mythology - Religion
  • Type: Research Proposal
  • Paper: #45702767
  • Related Topics: Adultery, Noble Truth

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Sin can either be apparent or internal; it can be obvious to the public and can be part of the bad feelings one has toward other people. Apparent sin is what people observe and because of this, sin can be divided into two misdeeds. First, the guilt of the sin itself, such as stealing, drinking wine, or adultery; second, the guilt of saying it with pride and in public which demonstrates one's indifference to God's commands. This also sets a very bad example for people because it encourages them to commit their own sins as if it was something natural. Thus, within time, people will become accustomed to sinning which ultimately will help to spread corruption in the entire community.

Internal sins are also another way to disobey God and be driven away from His mercy. It is like willing a bad feeling to another person or knowing about the truth of something, but one does not say anything for one's own or another person's benefit, such as injustice, spying on other people, or gloating over another person's's grief. The Holy Bible says, "A poor man's field may produce abundant food, but injustice sweeps it away" (Proverbs 13:23, NIV). Thus, insisting on committing sin brings about the wrath of God and the Holy Bible proves that God

sends His punishment to those who are unjust, proving that God does not defer His punishments until Judgment Day. Conversely, God sends His accelerated punishment into the current world. Certainly, internal sin is the most repulsive of all sins; therefore, people cannot be judged from the inside and internal sin is one of the main reasons why communities and countries are being destroyed.

Without a doubt, sins lead to Hell and is separate from God's obedience. This is the devil's way, such as dragging the sons of Adam to punishment. The Holy Bible says "I am about to bring punishment on Amon, god of Thebes, on Pharaoh, on Egypt and her gods and her kings, and on those who rely on Pharaoh" (Jeremiah 46:25, NIV). Therefore, those who insist on committing sin will be punished, for they are the intimate friends of the devil and prefer to obey the devil rather than God. Sin also eradicates affluence and damages the heart like a poison. Thus, what made God flood the whole world until it reached the summit of the mountains? What made God drown Pharaoh in the sea, and why did God continue to destroy centuries after Noah with many types of punishments? The answer is simple -- it is sin which made God do all of this. In conclusion, sin demolishes human beings; it is a storm guided by the devil to extinguish all the noble sentiments given to man by God. Sin has destroyed many nations and those who seek to continue sinning will be punished by God. All of what happened to past nations should serve as a warning to all people about committing sin; unfortunately, it appears that people have…

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