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What Is Your Worst Sin

If you feel comfortable to disclose, what is the 'worst' sin (in your own eyes) that you have ever committed? And how long did it take you to accept God's forgiveness of that sin? You may reply anonymously if you are too ashamed.

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Why would you glorify sin by talking about it? God says He casts our sins into the depths of the sea. Why would you go fishing to retreive them?
---robin8683 on 8/23/08

Sin is sin, but the one who does wrong knowing it is wrong is committing greater sin then the one doing wrong not knowing it is wrong. And there are sins that are forgiveable, and there is the sin which is unforgiveable, therefore there are different degrees of sin. Please Read- Psalm 19:12-14, Proverbs 30:8,9, Matthew 12:31,32, Luke 12:47,48, James 2:8-13, 4:17.
---Eloy on 9/12/07

Jas 2:10 For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.

We as people tend to think that one sin is worse than another. When we realize that our God is: (Heb 7:26 ... is holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners, and made higher than the heavens,) without sin, we realize that any sin and all sin justifies us to burn in hell.
Thank God for Jesus Christ!

In other words, all SIN is SIN, there are no varying degrees before God.
---trey on 9/12/07

I Corinthians 6:1: "Dare any of you, having a matter against another, go to law before the unjust, and not before the saints? 2: Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world shall be judged by you, are ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters? 3: Know ye not that we shall judge angels? how much more things that pertain to this life? 4: If then ye have judgments of things pertaining to this life, set them to judge who are least esteemed in the church."
---Nana on 9/12/07

I Corinthians 6:5: "I speak to your shame. Is it so, that there is not a wise man among you? no, not one that shall be able to judge between his brethren? 6: But brother goeth to law with brother, and that before the unbelievers. 7: Now therefore there is utterly a fault among you, because ye go to law one with another. Why do ye not rather take wrong? why do ye not rather suffer yourselves to be defrauded? 8: Nay, ye do wrong, and defraud, and that your brethren."
---Nana on 9/12/07

Jesus can forgive every sin that a person committed, yet there is one sin that he will not forgive.
---Eloy on 9/11/07

April or may june or July::You have asked others to disrobe but I dont see any from you April-why?People who in honesty made this declaration were trapped.Sin is a transgression against The Almighty God & known to Him alone It is no body elses Bees wax.This is one one way of exploiting innocent unsuspecting people.We call it scamming.IMHO
---Emcee on 9/11/07

nana...You're right about that. The sad part is that if you are totally honest, there are those who will throw your past back in your face. Even sadder is that it was a person who professes to be a professional in the psychiatric field who did it on the blog you mentioned. No matter what people throw at us, Jesus is still the one who paid for our sins. When they throw them back at us, they are throwing back at Jesus.
---Susie on 9/11/07

It is getting to where many of these questions become soap operas for drama queens. That's why I don't post on the What's Up blog anymore. Let's glorify Jesus, not ourselves. He paid it ALL for us ALL.
---Susie on 9/11/07

The point of this question should be that all sins are equal and that ALL are covered by the blood of Jesus if you are born again. There is nothing that has been done by anyway that will not be forgiven if true repentance occurs.
---Susie on 9/11/07

For those interested, you can find lots of "sins" mudslinged at
each other at the "She Wants Hysterectomy Now" blog. But,
lets go ahead and make this the official Christian Tabloid, OK?
Here is one, my Mom is a coconut tree. I have been able to
overcome the coco but am still a NUT!
---Nana on 9/11/07

The worse sin that I can think of, but at the time I didn't think that it was a sin until afterwards, was: that in a prior life I worked magic on a person, a transmigration of souls of a week for a week, and by the end of the week the other person died.
---Eloy on 9/10/07

We should all bare in mind, that we are all criminals. Each and everyone of us. Because, we have all broken God's laws.
---catherine on 9/10/07

Thanks Susie, I am not offended and I think that I owe you an apology. I did not intend for my comment to come out mean spirited. Sorry and I hope I did not offend you.
---Cynthia on 9/10/07

Cynthia...I was not referring to you or anyone else who posted on this question. I was referring to all those who aren't posting. Many of them are good at attacking someone who posts honest opinions, but they don't want to discuss their own shortcomings.
---Susie on 9/10/07

Susie I have never said that I was perfect, very far from it. I do not believe that anyone who has responded to this blog is saying that they are perfect. Some trials that you go through I believe can be shared with someone that may be encountering the same situation, but I plead Romans 3:23 all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.Your sin and failure should stay between God and you. We are ashamed of it, but we are forgiven and we move on.
---Cynthia on 9/10/07

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April...Honesty is not something that many people on this site want to deal with. They would prefer to just remain annonymous and make everyone think they are perfect.
---Susie on 9/10/07

betty8468>> My sentiments exactly,When I first read this blog. However, sorter changed my mind. before I got saved pretty bad. I excepted forgiveness quickly and what a relief. Since I have been saved, probably fighting and arguing with God. Yes, I am ashamed. But guess what. I am a changeing. Praise God.++
---catherine on 9/10/07

Personally, I don't think you or anyone else needs to know what mine or anyone else's "worst" sin is. It is between us and God.
---betty8468 on 9/9/07

What matter does it make? A sin is a sin. God does not grade them on a scale of 1-10. None is worse than another in God's eyes. His opinion is the only one that counts.
---denna7667 on 9/7/07

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My employer knows everything about me. He went to the cross for me. Praise the Lord!
---Susie on 9/7/07

A woman missionary to South America came to our church one time and gave her testimony about how she had been married several times before she was saved and that she needed to remain single and serve the Lord. It made me think about my life and how I needed to change. I was glad she told us her story.
---Phillip on 9/7/07

I believe that whatever sin or sins you have struggled with, and how God dealt with you should be between God and you. Personally, I do not believe that we should be posting our personal failures in our walk with Christ for everyone on CN to see. We, who are christians have to guard our testimony, for we are being watched.
---Cynthia on 9/7/07

notlaw, on the practical side, letting it all hang out on the internet - very foolish indeed.
Ever heard of computer 'tools'?
Employers use them, too.

---Michelle on 9/7/07

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I divorced my first husband due to physical abuse. After I got saved and the pastor told me I was a sinner because I was divorced and married twice, I had a hard time dealing with this. Now I know that God has forgiven me. If I ever get married again, it will be to a christian.
---Karen on 9/7/07

I am wondering what the motive is of the person asking this question. My past, i.e. my old man, died when I became born-again. God forgets it and so do I.
---Helen_5378 on 9/7/07

The bible teaches that if you break the least law you have broken them all. Unless it is to help someone else, it is not right to speak of darkness (per Bible). Also I have seen it happen on these blogs that when personality conflicts occur, people use each others admitted faults against one another. Be cautious about what you say as there are those who will use it against you.
---jody_martin on 9/7/07

Any one who airs dirty laundry in any form on the Internet is foolish. All of these blogs are scanned by Google and others search engines so there can be searched by anyone. Think before you do any thing like this.
---notlaw99 on 9/7/07

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Although God forgives AND forgets we have difficulty forgetting our sins. I don't think that means we should necessarily talk about them though, unless their is a valid reason for doing so. On occasions telling of our sins in a testimony might help bring someone to the Lord but we should be lead to do that and for that reason only. I don't think we should use this information as a conversation piece. Others might think differently of course.
---RitaH on 9/7/07

I abused my children. I still struggle with the guilt after 15 years. My kids forgive me, their adults now...I hate who I was then.
---anon on 9/6/07

Adultery, fornication, lying, murder, etc. The bible says that if we do these things in our heart it is the same as doing them. Since I had seen adultery as a lifestyle, I thought it was normal. Before I knew the Lord, I was guilty of being a Sunday Christian. People thought I was saved, but I was not. I even taught Sunday School and sang in the choir. Then I learned what being born again was all about and Jesus made me into a new woman. Jesus turned the lust of my heart into a love for HIM!
---Susie on 9/6/07

No one should ever be ashamed of what Jesus has done in their life by turning them from the person they used to be.
---Susie on 9/6/07

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