What is sin and how do we know if we have sinned?

Sin by definition is the breaking of the law (Torah) and we know we have sinned when we have broken one of the Ten Commandments.

Now he who commits sin performs Torah-less-ness, for all sin is Torah-less-ness. (HRV 1st John 3:4)

Everyone doing sin also does lawlessness, and sin is lawlessness. (ISR 1st Yohanan 3:4)

Generally "The Law" generally refers to the "Ten Commandments" but the word law literallly comes from the Hebrew word Torah. The Ten Commandments can be found in Exodus/Shemoth 20:2-17 and Deuteronomy/Debarim 5:6-21.


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