Topical Index – 1500 Principles
Genesis; Principle #30; Gen. 21:1-10; p. 30
Sins Consequences: We should expect painful consequences when our sin impacts those closest to us.
Leviticus; Principle #17; Lev. 23:22; p. 159
Helping Needy People: We are to provide material help to those who are truly in need.
Numbers; Principle #39; Num. 32:1-42; p. 213
The Wages of Sin: When we deliberately and consistently sin against the Lord, we will ultimately suffer the consequences.
Joshua; Principle #15; Josh. 7:16-26; p. 279
Hurting Innocent People: When we are tempted to deliberately and persistently violate God's will, we should consider how our sins will impact those closest to us.
1 Samuel; Principle #10; 1 Sm. 4:12-22; p. 353
The Impact of Sin: To avoid causing others to stumble and fall into sin, we should live consistent godly lives.
2 Samuel; Principle #10; 2 Sm. 12:13-23; p. 405
The Consequences of Sin: Though the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ cleanses us from all our sins, we should not expect all negative consequences to suddenly disappear.
1 Chronicles; Principle #3; 1 Ch. 5:1-2; p. 516
Sin's Consequences: Though God cleanses us from all sins through the blood of Jesus Christ, we must understand that we may still suffer some consequences from sins we have committed.
2 Chronicles; Principle #25; 2 Ch. 28:1-27; p. 576
Spiritual and Mental Deterioration: To avoid spiritual and mental deterioration, we must continue to walk in God's will.
Jeremiah; Principle #9; Jer. 5:1-31; p. 995
Total Depravity: As history continues to unfold, we should expect that human beings generally will increasingly choose sinful behavior rather than righteousness.
Jeremiah; Principle #21; Jer. 16:10-17:10; p. 1012
Spiritual Blindness: If we engage in persistent sin, it should not surprise us that we'll experience a desensitized conscience leading to spiritual blindness.
Hosea; Principle #3; Hos. 4:15-5:15; p. 1167
Maintaining a Clear Conscience: We are to maintain a clear conscience that does not become hardened by persistent sinful attitudes and actions.
Amos; Principle #5; Am. 4:1-5; p. 1191
Cultural Deterioration: When women begin to regress spiritually and morally, we should expect cultural deterioration to accelerate.
Romans; Principle #3; Rom 1:18-32; p. 1535
Sin's Devastating Results: In view of the power of sin, we should not be surprised how human beings progressively violate God's moral laws and suffer the consequences.
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