Topical Index – 1500 Principles
Numbers; Principle #5; Num. 5:5-6; p. 174
Sinful Actions: When we sin against another person, we should understand immediately that we are actually sinning against God.
Deuteronomy; Principle #5; Deut. 3:21-29; p. 226
Accepting Lifes Realities: We are to accept the irreversible consequences of sin, but at the samt time, we are to rejoice in God's forgiveness and present blessings.
Judges; Principle #4; Judg. 2:1-5; p. 303
Forsaking Sin: When we persist in sin, we must understand that we are offending God the Father and His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.
1 Kings; Principle #20; 1 Kg. 13:33-14:20; p. 452
Encouraging One Another: We should encourage one another regularly so that we are not deceived by sin and drawn away from God's will.
1 Kings; Principle #34; 1 Kg. 20:1-30; p. 464
Grace Beyond Measure: We are never to take advantage of God?s grace and continue to sin.
2 Chronicles; Principle #12; 2 Ch. 13:1-22; p. 560
God's Grace: We must never conclude that God's continual blessings give us the freedom to indulge in sinful behavior.
Esther; Principle #8; Est. 5:1-14; p. 641
All Have Sinned: Regardless of our gender, we must be on guard against our human tendency to engage in serious sinful actions against other human beings.
Jeremiah; Principle #4; Jer. 2:9-19; p. 989
Sin's Consequences: When we are tempted to deliberately and consistently walk out of God's will, we should consider the ultimate consequences of our sins.
Jeremiah; Principle #6; Jer. 3:1-8; p. 991
Ignoring Sin's Consequences: When others sin by walking out of God's will, we should not ignore the way they suffer the consequences.
Jeremiah; Principle #33; Jer. 31:15; p. 1030
The Impact of Sin: When facing what appears to be horrible unfairness, we must understand that when sin entered the world, it impacted all humanity--including innocent children.
Ezekiel; Principle #20; Ezk. 20:45-22:12; p. 1098
Always Remembering God: When studying the specific sins the Holy Spirit has enumerated in Scripture, we must remember that they emerge because of a foundational sin--forgetting God and who He is.
Matthew; Principle #30; Mt. 12:22-32; p. 1306
The Unpardonable Sin: We should assure people that they have not committed the unpardonable sin and encourage them to receive the gift of eternal life.
Luke; Principle #2; Lk. 1:5-38; p. 1378
Abiding Faith: Even though we may be living godly lives, we must be on guard against the sin of unbelief.
Revelation; Principle #33; Rev. 20:7-10; p. 1812
The Wages of Sin: We must never minimize the impact of original sin when Adam and Eve disobeyed God.
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