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Sin in 3-D


irishman

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Sin in 3-D


I. Deceitful
1. Deemed delightful, but desperately dismal.
A. Full of Delusion;
B. Dupes us;
C. Disappoints us;
D. Defeats us;
E. Deprives us
(of the blessings of God; of family, friends and fellowships; of self respect, of life itself, etc.)

II. Dangerous!
1. Destroys dignity
A. Depresses
B. Disgraces
C. Defames
D. Degrades
E. Destroys
2. Darkens, defiles.
A. Causes Divisions
B. Destroys Decency
C. Debases Goodness
D. Despises Dominions
E. Leaves Destitute
3. “Despoils” us:
A. Discord among the brethren
B. Dethrones us
C. Discourages us
D. Disrupts our life
E. Leaves us Destitute

III Disbelief
1. Demands Retribution
A. Devours
B. Destroys souls
C. Defies life
D. Deadens us


E. Dooms us
2. Sins Destructiveness:
A. Debauches
B. Decays
C. Decries
D. Depraves
E. Disinherits
F. Dispossesses

Sin dupes the dopes that delight in it;
It derides us into despair;
decreases credibility;
pierces like a dagger.
It makes us disagreeable, downcast, detestable, and down right despicable.

Sin definitely defiles de flesh!

(3-D stands out when viewed through special glasses. The Word of God is our looking glass for sin.)

Memory Verse; James 1:15

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