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Though God makes a distinction between those who sin in ignorance and those who sin willfully (Numbers 15:27-31), repentance is always necessary to receive forgiveness (Mark 1:15; Acts 2:38; Acts 2...
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Sin is sin no matter what kind of sin willful or not. That is why Jesus had to die to pay our sin debt in full so we can never be condemned again. John 3:18 and John 3:36
My answer is that sin can be committed by anyone with any evil thought that is personally acted on that is either with our mind, or our verbal/or physical acts or even any form of expressions that are of an evil genesis of our personal thoughts! Yes, Acton's do speak louder than words, but GOD knows every syllable, every thought or subject and micro second of our very existence! "Praise God that He provided a SAVIOR!" And, HIS name is Jesus Christ! -ANDY-
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