He who is without sin
January 6, 2007 11:37pm CST
Jesus saw a crowd chasing down a woman to stone her and approached them. "Whats going on here, anyways?" He asked."This woman was found committing adultery, and the law says we should stone her!" One of the crowd responded."Wait," yelled Jesus. "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone."Suddenly, a stone was thrown from out of the sky, and knocked the woman on the side of her head."Aw, c'mon, Dad.."Jesus cried, "I"m trying to make a point here!"
8 Jan 07
Funny one!!! anyway this is one of the good stories we could read in the bible(without the additional throwing of stone) where Jesus asked the accusers of the woman to stone her if they found in themselves that they themself don't have a sin and we all know what happen, all of them leave the woman behind
7 Jan 07
In the long span of life there is no body who has not committed sin. Sant Kabir said "I went to trace the person who is a bad guy but could not find any. But when I peeped into myself I found that I am the most guilty man" So insread of searching evil in others we should try to be good ourselves.
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8 Jan 07
This man walks up to a cop and asks for advice. "This woman keeps bothering me day and night and won't stop. She didn't take the hints I gave to stop doing this, so I finally told her right out and she still doesn't stop. What do you think I should do? This woman is over the top." The cop answers,"File harrasment charges and seek an order of protection." The man thinks a moment before speaking, "That wouldn't go over well with my father."
7 Jan 07
I understand this from the bible and probably you are trying to make a joke of this but to some other people it would not be anyway it is ok with me apart from this no stone ever dropped out of the sky, and as today there are so many committing adultry that they will find out where they go and people will be throwing stones at them.
7 Jan 07
Sin is a term used mainly in a religious context to describe an act that violates a moral rule or the state of having committed such a violation. In monotheistic religions, the code of conduct is determined by God. Colloquially, sin is any thought, word, or act considered immoral, shameful, harmful, or alienative might be termed "sinful". Common ideas surrounding sin in various religions include: Punishment for sins, either from other people, from God either in life or an afterlife, or from the Universe in general The question of whether or not an act must be intentional to be sinful The idea that one's conscience should produce guilt for a knowing sin A scheme for determining the seriousness of the sin Repentance from (expressing regret for and determining not to commit) sin, and atonement (repayment) for past deeds The possibility of forgiveness of sins, often through communication with a deity or intermediary; in Christianity often referred to as salvation Crime and justice are related secular concepts.
7 Jan 07
WhenI'munderthesun,I'mblack. WhenI'mcold,I'mblack. WhenI'mafraid,I'mblack. WhenI'msick,I'mblack. WhenIdie,I'mstillblack. You———whitepeople, Whenyouwereborn,youwerepink. Whenyougrowup,youbecomewhite. You'reredunderthesun. You'rebluewhenyou'recold. Youareyellowwhenyou'reafraid. You'regreenwhenyou'resick. You'regraywhenyoudie. Andyou,callme"color"?