Sin See also Abominable, Abomination; Filth, Filthiness; Offend; Rebellion; Ungodly; Unrighteous, Unrighteousness; Wicked, Wickedness Willful disobedience to God’s commandments. He that covereth his sins shall not prosper, Prov. 28:13. Though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow, Isa. 1:18. Sinners shall die, and the righteous shall be saved, Ezek. 18. The Lamb of God taketh away the sins of the world, John 1:29. Be baptized, and wash away thy sins, Acts 22:16. The wages of sin is death, Rom. 6:23. To him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin, James 4:17. Wilt thou make me that I may shake at the appearance of sin, 2 Ne. 4:31. Wo unto all those who die in their sins, 2 Ne. 9:38. They could not look upon sin save it were with abhorrence, Alma 13:12. Do not suppose ye will be restored from sin to happiness, Alma 41:9–10. The Lord cannot look upon sin with the least degree of allowance, Alma 45:16 (D&C 1:31). Little children are not capable of committing sin, Moro. 8:8. To repent, men must confess and forsake their sins, D&C 58:42–43. The greater sin remains in him who forgives not, D&C 64:9. He who sins against the greater light shall receive the greater condemnation, D&C 82:3. Unto that soul who sinneth shall the former sins return, D&C 82:7. When we undertake to cover our sins, the heavens withdraw themselves, D&C 121:37.