Is all sin equal in God’s eyes? It is a common question, and the answer is of the variety that is always a little bit unsatisfying: It is one of those “yes and no” answers.
There is a sense in which all sin is the same. Every sin is an act of rebellion against God. Any sin, no matter whether it is an angry thought or outright murder, is a declaration of independence from God, a means of saying, “I am going to do this my way instead of your way. I choose my will rather than your will.” In that sense every sin is sufficient to justify an eternity of separation from God. Every sin grieves God and arouses his just wrath. God hates sin because his very nature is contrary to sin. This is not God being mean or arbitrary, but God simply giving us the wages due to our rebellion.
However, it is equally correct to express that some sins are more serious than others. Certain sins are more significant than others because the consequences are more significant.. online shopping cart,
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