- 1 What is iniquity according to the Bible?
- 2 What is an example of iniquity?
- 3 What is the root of iniquity?
- 4 Does God forgive iniquity?
- 5 What is the one sin God will not forgive?
- 6 What is the difference between sin iniquity and trespass?
- 7 What is workers of iniquity?
- 8 What does it mean to regard iniquity in your heart?
- 9 What does shapen in iniquity mean?
- 10 What is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit?
- 11 What is the mystery of lawlessness?
- 12 What is a hyssop?
- 13 Does God remember our sins?
- 14 Does God always forgive?
- 15 Does God see our sin?
What is iniquity according to the Bible?
According to Webster’s dictionary, the word iniquity means gross injustice, wickedness or sin. The Bible says that through one man, Adam, sin entered the world. We know this from the story in the Bible about Adam and Eve in the garden.
What is an example of iniquity?
The definition of an iniquity is a sin or wrong doing. An example of an iniquity is someone running into another person with their car on purpose. Deviation from what is right; wickedness, gross injustice.
What is the root of iniquity?
Iniquity comes from Latin, combining the prefix in-, “not,” and aequus, which means “equal” or “just.” So iniquity literally means “not just.” Iniquity can also be used to say that something lacks moral or spiritual principles.
Does God forgive iniquity?
Conclusion. God said that He will forgive the iniquity of those who ask forgiveness but He will not clear that iniquity to leave them unpunished. Just as Zacchaeus, it is our responsibility to settle our iniquity with others for salvation to come to our home.
What is the one sin God will not forgive?
In the Christian Scriptures, there are three verses that take up the subject of unforgivable sin. In the Book of Matthew (12: 31-32), we read, “Therefore I say to you, any sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven.
What is the difference between sin iniquity and trespass?
It means “to intentionally choose to disobey; to willfully trespass.” When we knowingly do wrong, e.g. run a stop sign, tell a lie, or blatantly disregard an authority, we are transgressing. I John 3:4 – for sin is the transgression of the law. Iniquity is a “premeditated choice, continuing without repentance.”
What is workers of iniquity?
The phrase translated as “you who work iniquity,” literally means “you who break the law.” Alternative translations are evildoers or lawbreakers. There is debate amongst scholars over whether this is a specific reference to the Law of Moses.
What does it mean to regard iniquity in your heart?
What does it mean to “regard iniquity in my heart“? It means to keep a sin in one’s heart, being unwilling to part with it. Such a person knows something is a sin, yet he continues to cherish it. It is not only a weakness in conduct or appearance but also a craving in the heart.
What does shapen in iniquity mean?
That is the meaning here. The idea is simply that he was “born” in iniquity; or that he was a sinner when he was born; or that his sin could be traced back to his very birth – as one might say that he was born with a love of music, or with a love of nature, or with a sanguine, a phlegmatic, or a melancholy temperament.
What is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit?
“Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit” is conscious and hardened opposition to the truth, “because the Spirit is truth” (1 John 5:6). Conscious and hardened resistance to the truth leads man away from humility and repentance, and without repentance there can be no forgiveness.
What is the mystery of lawlessness?
(4) “The mystery of lawlessness” is a mass of unorganized lawless– ness. It is a “mystery” because it is not yet revealed in its true pro- portions. St. Paul uses the word for something not cognizable or not fully comprehensible to human reason.
What is a hyssop?
1: a plant used in purificatory sprinkling rites by the ancient Hebrews. 2: a European mint (Hyssopus officinalis) that has highly aromatic and pungent leaves and is sometimes used as a potherb.
Does God remember our sins?
When God forgives our sin he puts it out of his mind; he erases it from the pages of time; he forgets it. The poet was right: “God moves in a mysterious way / His wonders to perform.” In Christ, God faces our sin. Through Christ, God forgives our sin. Because of Christ, God forgets our sin.
Does God always forgive?
God knows the heart of a sinner and always forgives (absolves) and reconciles to God’s self provided the sinner is willing to come back to the Father and to begin a new life. This does not depend on whether those offended have forgiven him or her.
Does God see our sin?
Scripture clearly indicates that God does view sin differently and that He proscribed a different punishment for sin depending upon its severity. While God does see sin differently we now have Jesus to forgive us of our sin.