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  • v. Present participle of unsin.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not sinning; committing no sin; impeccable; untainted with sin: as, unsinning obedience.


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  • But it is said that this will not relieve; for if his obedience be so imputed unto us, as that we are accounted by God in judgment to have done what Christ did, it is all one upon the matter, and we are as much justified by the law as if we had in our own proper persons performed an unsinning obedience unto it.

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • It would have been harder work, reflected the girl in the grass, for Amelia to have been unsinning and gentle, if she had been born.

    Four Girls and a Compact

  • Which, in the event of gentle, unsinning Amelia ever having been born, might or might not have been true.

    Four Girls and a Compact

  • Could the idea of the inactive and unsinning Soul have arisen from observation of the moral principle of Conscience which discriminates between right and wrong, and acts, therefore, as an impartial judge, or watches everything like an uninterested spectator?

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

  • If by the covenant of works you mean that of unsinning obedience made with Adam before the fall; no man but Adam was ever under that covenant -- for it was abolished before Cain was born.

    The Doctrine & Discipline of the African Union First Colored Methodist Protestant Church, of the United States of America, or Elsewhere.

  • If we could see ourselves with God's eye, we should doubtless discover sinfulness lying beneath our most joyful moments of unsinning conduct, and the stain of our old and fallen nature so discoloring our whitest actions as to convince us that we are not yet faultless in his presence.

    The Ministry of the Spirit

  • And in the good olden days, when Arthur was king, the Lyonesse had her prince, and on her plains and hills were fair rich cities, and through her forests pricked good knights on the quest of the Holy Grail, [see note 2] that none, save unsinning eyes, might ever see.

    The White Rose of Langley A Story of the Olden Time

  • Doth a sparrow fall to the ground without Our Father? and is not the unsinning multitude of Nineveh's young children climaxed with "much cattle?"

    The Complete Prose Works of Martin Farquhar Tupper

  • If by the covenant of works you mean, that of unsinning obedience made with Adam before the fall: no man, but Adam, was ever under that covenant: for it was abolished before Cain was born.

    The Doctrines and Discipline of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

  • It is in complete concert with the act of creation, by affirming that the creation itself is a real communication of good, both from the intention of God, and with regard to the very end or event; that it had its origin in the goodness of God; that whatever has a reference to its continuance and preservation, proceeds from Divine love; and that this act of creation is a perfect and appropriate work of God, in which he is at complaisance with himself, and by which he obtained all things necessary for an unsinning state.

    The Works of James Arminius, Vol. 1


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