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Consequences of Sin.

The Bible details various consequences of Sin, and while this is not an exhaustive list, here are Ten notable results:

1. **Spiritual Death**: Romans 6:23 states, "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." Sin leads to Spiritual separation from God, often termed "Spiritual death."

2. **Estrangement from God**: Isaiah 59:2 explains, "But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your Sins have hidden his face from you so that he will not hear." Sin creates a barrier between humans and God.

3. **Guilt and Shame**: Adam and Eve felt shame and tried to hide from God after committing the original Sin (Genesis 3:7-10). Sin often results in guilt and shame, sometimes leading individuals to distance themselves further from God and others.

4. **Broken Relationships**: Sin often leads to conflict and broken human relationships, as seen with Cain and Abel (Genesis 4:1-16).

5. **Physical Consequences**: While not all physical suffering is directly due to individual Sin, there are instances where Sin leads to physical harm. For example, in 1 Corinthians 11:30, Paul indicates that some people in the Corinthian church were weak and sick, and some had even died because of their irreverence towards the Lord's Supper.

6. **Legal Consequences**: Romans 13:1-4 points out that rulers hold no terror for those who do right but for those who do wrong. Breaking the law often leads to earthly legal repercussions, viewed as a result of Sin.

7. **Loss of Blessings**: Deuteronomy 28 outlines blessings for obedience and curses for disobedience, indicating that sin can result in the loss of God's blessings and favor.

8. **Mental and Emotional Turmoil**: King David experienced immense mental and emotional anguish due to his Sin with Bathsheba, as expressed in Psalms like Psalm 51 and Psalm 32.

9. **Slavery to Sin**: Jesus said in John 8:34, "Very truly I tell you, everyone who sins is a slave to sin." Sin can result in Spiritual bondage, making breaking free from continual sinful behavior increasingly tricky.

10. **Eternal Punishment**: Matthew 25:46 notes, "Then they [the unrighteous] will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life." The ultimate consequence of unrepentant Sin is eternal separation from God.

These consequences underscore the gravity of Sin and its temporal and eternal far-reaching impacts.

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