James McFerrin does a good job in his Chronological Bible Study:

Nov. 28. Redeemer to Reunite Man with God | Fellowship Room
Isaiah painted a bleak picture of sin and hopelessness. He explained that God was able to hear and to save them from their enemies, but that was not possible because their sins had separated them from Him. When a child of the Lord is mired in sin and all hope seems lost, he should realize that he cannot escape by his own efforts. Repentance and a return to God is the answer. The prophet looked ahead by inspiration and saw salvation for Zion. “The Redeemer will come to Zion, And to those who turn from transgression in Jacob.” A new covenant would be made by the Lord. Through present day knowledge, we know that covenant was of the Lord Jesus Christ that superseded the Law of Moses.

#Isaiah #Bible #sin
 from Diaspora
I’ve been reading the same KJV bible that was given to me when I was 8 for 57 years. Then a couple years ago I started noticing scriptures that I had memorized and said thousands of times were different. I started to find out why and it is the most important thing that’s happened in my lifetime! Watch this hour and 15 minute video and learn what’s going on. Here’s the link–https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiK3CZBxh5o and God bless.
Sealed: Ephesians 4.30 VOTD | Fellowship Room
“And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption.”

Also read the few lines of commentary at the link.

#Holy Spirit #sin #VOTD
Eve not excused for being deceived | Fellowship Room
She had been given a clear commandment. Her conversation with the serpent showed that she understood the commandment. No one twisted her arm. She let herself be deceived.

#Genesis #sin #deceit
You’re out of the sinning business now | Fellowship Room
My friend related how she was talking with a Christian when he said he planned to do something that she knew was sinful. Her reply was excellent. “Don’t you do that. You’re out of the sinning business now.”

#Christian #sin #Bible

Sin is Good

How can that be?  That is how Eve saw the fruit God had forbidden that she or Adam eat.  She observed that it was “good for food…a delight to the eyes, and…desired to make one wise” (Gen. 3:6).

It was “good” but it ruined the blessing of life in the garden.

It was “good” but it damaged the first couple’s marriage.

It was “good” but it destroyed a family.

It was “good” but it made worship worthless.

It was “good” but severed man’s intimate relationship with God.

No matter how “good” we may consider sin to be, it will have the last word and it will destroy what is genuinely good.