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fall into sin

To begin to misbehave. When I went off to college, I fell into sin—that's why I've moved back home now.
See also: fall, sin
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However, by falling into sin all these suffered irremediably.
[Al-Bukhari and Muslim] Is a duty for every Muslim who is able to hurry to the fulfil the Haj before falling into sin. The Messenger of Allah stated: Hasten to the Haj because none of you knows what will happen to him.
Lest we forget, even if we keep falling into sin, it does not mean we are rejecting the Lord as long as we make the EFFORT to keep trying.
"Nothing that happens in your life not even falling into sin is devoid of purpose" the author writes; "God salvages it and causes it all to work together for your good." L.
These verses are plopped in the middle of a section on deception and falling into sin and are meant to slow us down so that we might momentarily reflect on the message.
It performs horrible experiments on children, supposedly to prevent them from falling into sin. Characters make such remarks as this one from the second volume, The Subtle Knife: "That is what the Church does, and every church is the same: control, destroy, obliterate every good feeling." By the end of the series, priests of the Church are trying to kill the book's 12-year-old heroine, Lyra, who has been identified as a New Eve.
Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore wrestles with how to resolve today's world of is fear, born of violence and terrorism, without falling into sin. Ruth Duck writes of how liturgy can be used to minister to those who are victimized through the use of lament, services of healing, and preaching for.