The Tragedy of Sin (A Self Study)


The Tragedy of Sin

(A SELF-STUDY)

(1) ALL ARE GUILTY OF SIN

____________________are guilty of sin (Rom. 1:18-32).

____________________are guilty of sin (Romans 2).

____________________are guilty of sin (3:9,23).

Other evidence:

________________are condemned (Eph. 2:3).

________________need to repent (Acts 17:30).

Christ died for _______________(1 John 2:2; John 1:29).

(2) THE SOURCE OF SIN

(a) The source of sin in each person is___________(Mark 7:21-23).

(b) The one who tempts to sin is_______________(1 John 3:7-10).

(3) THE ORIGIN OF SIN

(a) Sin entered the world through ____________(Rom. 5:12).

(b) Each of us sins __________________ (Isaiah 53:6; Rom. 3:23).

(c) Are we forgiven of personal sins or Adam’s sin? __________

___________________________________(Acts 2:38; 3:19).

(4) WHAT IS SIN?

[1] Sin is _________________________(1 John 3:4).

[2] Sin is _________________________(1 John 5:17).

[3] Sin is ___________________________________(James 4:17).

[4] Sin is ________________________________(Romans 14:23).

[5] Sin is _________________________________(Romans 4:15).

[6] Sin is _________________________________(Romans 3:23).

[7] Sin is _________________________________(Romans 3:23).

What “target”? ______________ and _________________.

[8] Sin is _________________________________(Romans 1:18).

(5) ARE THERE DEGREES OF SIN?

___________________(John 19:11).

What are some of the Sins emphasized in Scripture?

[1] _________________________________(John 8:24).

[2] _________________________________(2 Cor. 5:14-15).

[3] _________________________________(James 4:6,10).

[4] _________________________________(Mark 12:28-31).

[5] ________________________________(1 Cor. 6:9; Gal. 5:19).

[6] ______________________________(Exod. 20:3; 1 John 5:21).

(6) WE ARE TOTALLY AFFECTED BY SIN

(a) ______________________________(Eph. 2:3; 4:17-18).

(b) _____________________________(Eph. 4:18; Mark 7:21-23).

(c) _____________________________(Titus 1:15).

(d) ______________________________(Romans 1:24-27).

(e) ______________________________(2 Cor. 7:1).

(f) _______________________________(2 Cor. 7:1).

(7) CLASSIFICATIONS OF SIN

(a) Sins of _______________________(1 John 3:4).

Sins of _______________________(James 4:17).

(b) Sins of ________________________(Gal. 5:19-21).

Sins of _______________________(2 John 9-11).

(c) Sins ___________________________(1 John 1:8-10).

Sins _________________________(Mark 8:28-30).

(d) Sins of _________________________(John 16:2).

Sins of ________________________(Heb. 10:26).

(e) Sins of _____________________nature (Eph. 5:12).

Sins of ___________________nature (Matt. 18:15).

Sins of ___________________nature (1 Cor. 5:1-2).

(f) Sins of __________________________(1 John 3:15).

Sins of ________________________(Matt. 12:36-37).

Sins of ________________________(2 Cor. 5:10).

(g) Sins partially judged ________________(Acts 5:1-11).

Sins only judged __________________(1 Tim. 5:24).

(8) SECRET SINS

(a) These will eventually be exposed (Num. 32:23):

[1] ____________________________(Acts 5:1-11).

[2] ____________________________(Jonah 1).

[3] ____________________________(2 Sam. 12:1-14).

[4] ____________________________(2 Kings 5:23-27).

[5] ____________________________(Josh. 7:10-26).

(b) Who knows about secret sins?_____________(Matt. 6:4,6,18).

(c) What will happen to these secret sins? ___________________

__________________________(Romans 2:16; 1 Cor. 4:4-5).

(d) Why are these sins so dangerous? (Heb. 3:13; Gal. 6:1)?

_______________________________________________

(9) SINS OF IGNORANCE

(a) Sacrifices were provided for __________________ sins (Numbers 15:22-29).

(b) How can we deal with these sins?

[1] ___________________________(Psalm 139:23-24).

[2] Practice _____________________(2 Cor. 13:5).

[3] Study _______________________(Acts 17:11).

[4] Avoid sins ____________________

[5] Be open to ________________________________ (Heb. 3:13; 10:23-25).

(10) SINS OF PRESUMPTION

(a) These are ________________________ Sins (Num. 15:30-31).

(b) These were punishable by ________________(Num. 15:32-36).

(c) What sin did the man above commit?________________(v. 32).

(d) Could one be forgiven of these sins?_____________________

__________________________ (Psalm 51:14-17; 32).

(e) How does the New Testament describe this sin? ____________

________________________________ (Heb. 10:26).

(f) How can we commit such sin today? _____________________

________________________________________________

(11) VULNERABILITY TO VARIOUS SINS

(a) Some _______________ are associated with certain sins.

(b) Some sins were engaged in ________________________.

(c) Some sins are common to __________________________.

(d) Some sins are found in _____________________________.

(12) EXTENSIVENESS OF SIN

Some sins can be very extensive. In the case of adultery, who may be sinned against:

[1] _______________________________________

[2] _______________________________________

[3] _______________________________________

[4] _______________________________________

[5] _______________________________________

[6] _______________________________________

[7] _______________________________________

(13) WE SOMETIMES OVERLOOK VARIOUS SINS:

(a) ________________________ (b) _______________________

(c) ________________________ (d) _______________________

(e) ________________________ (f) _______________________

(g) ________________________ (h) _______________________

(14) DOES GOD WANT A PURE COMMUNITY OF BELIEVERS?

(a) The body is to be ___________________________________

(Eph. 5:25-27).

(b) Openly sinful members of the body are to be _____________

_______________________________________________

What scriptures prove this? _________________________

_______________________________________________

(15) WHAT ARE SOME EARTHLY AND PHYSICAL CONSEQUENCES OF SIN?

(a) ____________________________________ (John 5:14).

(b) ____________________________________ (Prov. 6:32-33).

(c) ____________________________________ (2 Sam. 12:7-12).

(d) ____________________________________ (Heb. 12:4-13).

(16) WHAT ARE SOME SPIRITUAL RESULTS OF UNFORGIVEN SIN?

[1] __________________________________ (Rom. 1:18).

[2] __________________________________ (Isa. 59:1-2).

[3] __________________________________ (Eph. 2:12).

[4] __________________________________ (Eph. 2:12).

[5] ___________________________________ (Rom. 8:1).

[6] ___________________________________ (1 Tim. 5:6).

[7] ___________________________________ (Tit. 1:15).

[8] ___________________________________ (Rom. 5:10).

[9] ___________________________________ (Eph. 4:17-18).

[10] __________________________________ (John 8:34).

(17) FUTURE AND ETERNAL RESULTS OF UNFORGIVEN SIN

[1] ____________________________________ (1 Cor. 6:9-10).

[2] ____________________________________ (Rom. 2:5,8-9).

[3] ____________________________________ (2 Thess. 1:9).

[4] ____________________________________ (Matt. 5:29-30).

[5] ____________________________________ (Rev. 21:8).

[6] ____________________________________ (Rev. 21:27).

[7] ____________________________________ (2 Thess. 1:9).

[8] ____________________________________ (Heb. 12:14).

[9] ____________________________________ (Matt. 10:28).

[10] ___________________________________ (Matt. 25:46).

Richard Hollerman

 

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