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We’ll discuss Christian sins and lusts today. After that, I’ll start talking.

A scientist who was on the verge of becoming a Buddhist monk one day left the secular world and became a monk in Tibet. His father was a famous philosopher who was also a member of the French Academy of Sciences, and an intellectual conversation between the rich resulted in a book. A conversation between the two also takes place in the book about good and evil. Good and evil are the topics on which the son answers the father’s question.

The essence of evil is error. All beings have a perfect nature in their ultimate nature. This perfection is deep inside us even when we are blinded by ignorance, desire and hatred. There is no real confrontation between good and evil under the surface. It just depends on how we look at things. It is a kind of illusion that such confrontation exists only for us. There is no truth in falsehood, and falsehood is not an aspect of truth. As a result, evil is a kind of derailment. Our lives are surrounded by relative truth and confusion due to the nature of truth, since we cannot see the raw purity of beings and phenomena. As a result, evil is only an illusion. This confusion is a feature, but when we realize injustice, we understand that errors have never existed.

According to him, sin and evil are not substances, but errors. Most people believe this, not a monk or scientist who once was a scientist and now is a monk who understands sin and evil differently. Perceiving sin is important, says Martin Lloyd Jones.

It is impossible to truly understand the Bible’s lessons if we are not clear about the nature of sin. Salvation in the Bible is based on a clear understanding of sin.

There is no hope of understanding anything beyond this understanding. It is impossible to understand why we should adhere to the law if we do not understand what sin is. There is no way to know where we are or where rebirth is necessary. By leveraging God’s law, sin can be used to accomplish one’s evil purposes.

Christians cannot experience true love for the grace of the salvation of the cross if they are unaware of the reality of sin and do not realize the break from God caused by sin.

Although it is difficult to recognize sin, Martin Lloyd Jones suggests that the Bible’s lessons should be thoroughly followed in order to grasp its meaning.

Judging and evaluating your sins requires paying attention to the holiness of God and your response to God’s eternal judgment in the Bible.

In Arabic, the word translated into lust is generally referred to as Wrong Desire in reference to human sinful nature.

Rather than lust itself, sin is a tendency to live in our souls and confront God. There is influence in sin.

Sin, therefore, has power. It adds hostility and antipathy toward God, who created the world and man. Likewise, lust strengthens the tendency to confront God.

Sin generally arouses lust. Sin generally arouses lust. When sin works, it arouses lust. The Bible calls all sinful activities ‘the lust of the body’.

This includes all the actions of the law of sin within the functions and emotions of such souls. A human’s desire to live without God is essentially lust.

Looking at the relationship between sin and evil can help clarify the concept of sin. Sin causes evil.

When we understand sin’s nature, and what sin has brought to mankind, and realize that sin is crazy to all imprints without exception, we will be astonished at God’s overflowing grace.

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