bondage of sin

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  • For you, young man, so long in the bondage of sin, rest. Cited from Trumps, by George William Curtis
  • I am especially burdened for others in the bondage of sin as I was. Cited from Children's Touching Incidents, by S. B. Shaw
  • So let us hope that many, who are still in the bondage of sin and the darkness of this world, may see the truth that will set them free and give them light to repent and live. Cited from Life and Labors of Elder John Kline, the Martyr Missionary, John Kline
  • Now, all these phenomena in the human soul go to show the rigid bondage of sin, and to prove that sin has an element of servitude in it. Cited from Sermons to the Natural Man, by William G.T. Shedd
  • When I lived to the flesh in the bondage of sin, I was dead in the inner man; and those years of deadness I can never call years of life. Cited from Barlaam and Ioasaph, by St. John of Damascus
  • If they are not, if they care not for the bondage of sin and death, there is, of course, nothing to be said; then they are condemned already; they are not the children of God. Cited from The Christian Life, by Thomas Arnold
  • Twice have I looked upon him, and each time, in response to prayer, has the good Lord delivered His servant from the bondage of sin, the snares of the fowler. Cited from Prisoners of Chance, by Randall Parrish
  • "Some say it is the Heavenly Spirit working within them; others think the spirit is not of a heavenly origin; others, again, say they are getting relief from the bondage of sin." Cited from Miss Dexie, by Stanford Eveleth
  • To believe that their present condition is not slavery makes men hopeless of ever gaining freedom, and the true gospel of the emancipation of humanity rests on the Christian doctrine of the bondage of sin. Cited from Expositions/Holy Scripture: John 1-14, Maclaren
  • The very preface to that ministration carrieth in it a type of our deliverance from the bondage of sin, the devil, and hell. Cited from The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3, John Bunyan
  • For, as whatever was passion in the contemplation of a man, being brought forth by his will into action, is vice and the bondage of sin; so whatever was reason in the contemplation of a man, being brought forth by his will into action, is virtue and the freedom of soul. Cited from The Commonwealth of Oceana, by James Harrington
  • The ordinary worshipper implores the Lord to deliver him from the bondage of sin and matter: the philosopher and saint wish to show that thought is one and such ideas as sin and matter partial and illusory. Cited from Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3), by Charles Eliot
  • The Israelites in Egypt picture the people of God and those who shall ultimately come into harmony with him; while Moses was a type foreshadowing the great Messiah, who is to deliver all mankind from the bondage of sin and death. Cited from The Harp of God, by J. F. Rutherford
  • If God who made us cares for us, and is indeed our Father in heaven, it is reasonable to suppose that he may reveal himself to us in supernatural forms, when the end is our deliverance from the bondage of sin, and our preparation for an eternity of holiness and happiness. Cited from Companion to the Bible, by E. P. Barrows
  • By faith, the penitent sinner receives all these blessings -- is rescued from wrath, delivered from the guilt and bondage of sin, and made a child of God, and an heir of eternal life. Cited from The National Preacher, Vol. 2 No. 7 Dec. 1827, by Leland and Baldwin
  • It was a joyous festival, commemorative of the deliverance of Israel from Egyptian bondage; and thus typically shadowing forth the higher redemption of God's people from the bondage of sin. Cited from Companion to the Bible, by E. P. Barrows
  • Now as our corruption is not altogether invincible and as we do not necessarily sin even when we are under the bondage of sin, it must likewise be said that we are not aided invincibly; and, however efficacious divine grace may be, there is justification for saying that one can resist it. Cited from Theodicy, by G. W. Leibniz