Here we have compiled a collection of Biblical and Christian quotes on the topic of rest.
The chains of sin are to light to be felt until they are too heavy to be broken.
One leak will sink a ship and one sin will destroy a sinner.
Sin is anything in the creature which does not express, or which is contrary to the holy character of the Creator. the first sin in the Universe was an act of free will in which the creature deliberately, responsibly, and with adequate understanding of the issues, chose to corrupt the holy, godly character which God originally endowed His creation.
Sin will take you farther than you want to go, keep you longer than you want to stay, and cost you more than you want to pay.
Not only does sin have consequences, but also each time we sin, we reinforce a pattern that becomes harder and harder to break. If we persist in sin with the thought that one day we will get right with God, we should remind ourselves that God may still be there to forgive and restore but we may not be.
Sin has a diminishing factor to it. It always gives it’s best in the beginning. It never gets better after that … it only gets worse.
Make a man’s will a prisoner and he is a captive indeed.
Sin will surely find out the sinner. Conscience is one of it’s officers. The consequences of sin lay hold of the sinner. No man can escape from himself.
Sin, which brings death to the soul, is yet sweet to the taste. The more we sin the more perverted becomes our taste, the more clamorous for further indulgence. But these stolen waters of sinful pleasure are not always sweet. Pleasant though they may be at the first, they will become bitter indeed. The power of sin lies in it’s pleasure.
Sin always finds it’s root in our own selfish desires and self-gratification.
This Bible will keep you away from sin , or sin will keep you away from the Bible.
Rev Jim Smith
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There are seven sins in the world: 1.) wealth without work, 2.) pleasure without conscience, 3.) knowledge without character, 4.) commerce without morality, 5.) science without humanity, 6.) worship without sacrifice and 7.) politics without principle.