- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sin.
“Since the fall of man [at the beginning of our world] the devil is (ever) sinning (this is the force of "sinneth"; he has sinned from the beginning, is the cause of all sins, and still goes on sinning; present).”
“Woe unto us, that we have sinned", is the inspired rule which connects cause and effect, and binds them together with the chains of God's omnipotence.”
“Gibeah, and here (v. 9), O Israel! thou hast sinned from the days of”
“True, they have sinned, which is often alleged as a reason for dealing with them more harshly; _but who has not sinned?”
“Who is it, then, his father or mother, or he himself, that has sinned, that is the cause of it?”
“These are the great works of the Lord, sought out according to all His good pleasure [Psalm 111: 2], and wisely sought out, that when the angelic and the human creature sinned, that is, did not do what He willed but what the creature itself willed, so by the will of the creature, by which was done what the Creator did not will, He carried out what He himself willed; the supremely Good thus turning to account even what is evil; to the condemnation of those whom He has justly predestinated to punishment and to the salvation of those whom He has mercifully predestinated to grace.”
“In the Chilam Balam of Mani we read that an unspecified person "sinned" against Ah Ulil, ruler of Izamal ( "... against the wife of his fellow-ruler").”
“Here, he's trying to draw a parallel between how we treat alcoholics and how we treat others who've somehow "sinned" in our society (the other example he picks is the overweight).”
“The controversy surrounding the stall tactics of Senator Larry "happy feet" Craig has renewed national interest in Senator David Vitter's admission last month that he had "sinned" with prostitutes.”
“How has McCain "sinned" against conservative orthodoxy?”
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