It is a sin of the soul to force young people into opinions ... but it is culpable neglect not to impel young people into experiences.
That's the greatest sin a director can commit; to make a film simply because he wants to make a film.
Make no mistake, I am a Christian and I believe in God and I don't believe he makes mistakes, so I believe that being gay is not a sin and in fact it's how you're made.
I read my Bible and I pray and all of that. I really do. But at the same time, I dont think being gay is a sin. Period.
I just want to say, that if Jesus were alive, what would he be doing? Well, he would probably be accepting and loving people how they're made. And I always say this and it's really the truth. If being 4'11 was a sin, what would I do? Well, I could wear heels and I could add a wig.
Most of the vices and mortal sins condemned today correspond to inclinations that were purely adaptive or at least harmless in primitive man
A person who sins neither in thought nor deed, and is fair and just, gains enormous courage and strength. As a leader, you need courage born of integrity in order to be capable of powerful leadership. To achieve this courage, you must search your heart, and make sure your conscience is clear and your behavior is beyond reproach.
If I thought a man had never committed a sin in his life, I don't think I'd want to talk with him. A man with flaws is more interesting.
I believe the Scriptures teach that there's a literal heaven and a literal hell, just like Jesus said. And without forgiveness of sins that, yeah, the place of punishment is called hell.
The true Christian loves his Savior with his whole heart and wants nothing to do with the sin that nailed his Redeemer to the cross.
One of the great benefits of organised religion is that you can be forgiven your sins, which must be a wonderful thing. I mean, I carry my sins around with me, there's nobody there to forgive them.
On tobacco: A branch of the sin of drunkenness, which is the root of all sins.
Men are not punished for their sins, but by them.
Sin and the sinner both deserve punishment
If we were to all sit in a circle and confess our sins, we would laugh at each other for lack of originality.
Should we all confess our sins to one another we would all laugh at one another for our lack of originality
If you believe in God you get to the point where (you feel) "Yeah, you know what, God forgave my sins but I still have to forgive myself."
AZRAEL: No pleasure, no rapture, no exquisite sin greater... than central air.
Those trapped in sin will not normally thank you for pointing out the darkness in their lives.
You will never see the preciousness of a Savior, if you do not see the reality of your sin.
Worldliness is whatever makes sin look normal and righteousness look strange.
You'll never be a mature Christian until you understand that God remembers his promises and forgets your sins.
No one in the history of the world has been more inclusive of repentant sinners than Jesus and no one has been more intolerant of sin.
You cannot be in Christ and be indifferent to the sin in your life.
There is no sin so prevalent, so insidious, and so deep as the sin of fearing people more than we fear God.
Legalism is a problem in the church, but so is anti-nomianism. Granted, I don't hear anyone saying, 'Let's continue in sin that grace may abound'. That's the worse form of antinomianism. But strictly speaking, antinomianism simply means no-law, and some Christians have very little place for the law in their pursuit of holiness.
Time ain't nothing, but time. It's a verse with no rhyme, And it all come down to you. «El tiempo solo es tiempo. Es un verso sin rima, y todo depende de ti.»
Me han dicho que eso de sentirse feliz sin felicidad solo funciona con cocaÃna. Por desgracia no es bueno para la salud. AdemÃ¡s de muy caro. Hum, e ilegal, desde luego. AsÃ que mejor sigo siendo desgraciada y espero a encontrar alguna razÃ³n para poder ser feliz.
The present custom of orthodox Christendom, in packing their sins upon the back of a God, is just the same substantially as that of various heathen nations who were anciently in the habit of packing them upon the backs of various dumb animals.
The deepest sins are camouflaged as holiness.
Yes, sin, sickness and disease, spiritual death, poverty and everything else that's of the devil once ruled us. But now, bless God, we rule them - for this is the Day of Dominion!
I am a sinner....who's probably gonna sin again...Lord forgive me!
If there was not one man Adam and one woman Eve, and a literal event of the one man Adam taking the fruit in rebellion and thus bringing sin and death into world, then one may as well throw the rest of the Bible away.
This means that any aliens would also be affected by Adam's sin, but because they are not Adam's descendants, they can't have salvation.
Now, if the book of Genesis is an allegory, then sin is an allegory, the Fall is an allegory and the need for a Savior is an allegory - but if we are all descendants of an allegory, where does that leave us? It destroys the foundation of all Christian doctrine-it destroys the foundation of the gospel.
When you're thinking, please remember this: excessive pride is a familiar sin, but a man may just as easily frustrate the will of God through excessive humility.
The greatest sin is judgment without knowledge.
The whole Bible is the story of men and women trying to get back to God, to overcome that sin with sacrifices, good works, sermons, prophesy, witnessing, giving all kinds of things. It never worked
Between the covers, a book can be a sin.
God's greatest thirst and his greatest sin is his ultimate vanity.