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Every Sin Listed in the Bible

Have you ever wanted to know if you are living in sin? This page will eventually list every sin found in the Bible. Wrongdoing falls under two main groups: sins of commission (action, doing, or performing) and of omission (ignoring, disrespecting, or avoiding).

Sins of commission

Doing (includes saying, thinking, or feeling) something that is against God’s teaching. In other words, living life in violation of divine law; evil, wicked or bad conduct. Are you guilty of sin?

Sins of omission

Not doing something that God’s teaching says we should do. It damages your relationship and communication with God since one fails to conduct oneself in a good, obedient, or right way. Do you ignore God’s instructions?

You are the one I’ve really sinned against. I’ve done what is evil in your sight. So you are right when you sentence me. You are fair when you judge me. 5 I know I’ve been a sinner ever since I was born. I’ve been a sinner ever since my mother became pregnant with me. Psalm 51:4-5 (NIRV)


Constant voluntary action, word, desire, or purpose against God’s will. It is against the will of God to not believe in God; unbelief is a sin. Wrong-living is the act of repeatedly doing something one should not do (evil, wrong) as well as not doing things that one should do (good, right) in accordance with God’s will. Living a sinful life defines our relationship or lack of relationship with God. It is the failure to hear and obey God.

Everyone who commits sin breaks God’s law, for that is what sin is, by definition—a breaking of God’s law. You know, moreover, that Christ became man for the purpose of removing sin, and he himself was quite free from sin. The man who lives “in Christ” does not habitually sin. The regular sinner has never seen or known him. 1 John 3:4-6 (PHILLIPS)

Be like Christ, do right!

Dear children, don’t let anyone lead you into the wrong way. Christ always did what was right. So to be good like Christ, you must do what is right.
8 The devil has been sinning since the beginning. Anyone who continues to sin belongs to the devil. The Son of God came for this: to destroy the devil’s work.
9 Those who are God’s children do not continue to sin, because the new life God gave them stays in them. They cannot keep sinning, because they have become children of God.
10 So we can see who God’s children are and who the devil’s children are. These are the ones who are not God’s children: those who don’t do what is right and those who do not love their brothers and sisters in God’s family
. 1 John 3:7-10 (ERV)

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