The One Sin You Don’t Think You’re Guilty Of, But Probably Are

Just Thinking...for Myself

“Our fathers were unwilling to be obedient to him, but repudiated him and in their hearts turned back to Egypt, saying to Aaron, ‘Make for us gods who will go before us; for this Moses who led us out of Egypt – we do not know what happened to him.’
Acts 7:39-40 (NASB)


We Christians have a proneness to want to “index” our sin.

To index our sin is to regard certain sins we commit against God, if we call them sins at all, as being worse than others. It’s like grading on a hamartiological curve. The rationale being that the consequences of certain sins and trespasses are inherently more (or less) severe depending on the nature of the offense.

So we view murder as more deplorable than lying. We treat stealing as more nefarious than not honoring our father and mother. We even go so far as changing the names of the offenses we…

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5 thoughts on “The One Sin You Don’t Think You’re Guilty Of, But Probably Are

  1. Nikki

    I’ve read this twice already. I feel convicted to search my heart and study this- not only as a topic but study what’s in my heart. I’m trying to be woke in Him. Thanks for this.

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