The phrase "all have sinned" is taken directly from Scripture. In the New Testament book of Romans chapter 3 verse 23, the apostle Paul states, "All have sinned. "When they sin against You (for there is no man who does not sin) and You are angry with them and deliver them to an enemy, so that they take them away. We did not get it from Christian teachings. The Apostle Paul said, “All have sinned, and come short of the glory of God” (Romans ). We got.


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At justificati recuporant spom illius glorise.

Further, the sense which the same expression seems evidently to bear in Romans 5: We are not justified in understanding, with some interpreters, any specific reference to the "image of God" cf.

The general conception appears sufficiently plain in Bengel's exposition above given, according to which "the glory of God" means the glory of the Divine righteousness "sempiterna ejus virtus et divinitas" Bengel on Hebrews 1: Gill's For all have sinned of the Entire Bible For all have sinned, This is the general character of all mankind; all have sinned in Adam, are guilty by his sin, polluted with it, and condemned for it; all are sinners in themselves, and by their own actual transgressions; this is the case of the whole world, and of all the men in it; for all have sinned only of the Gentiles, but of the Jews, and the more righteous among them: Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary So the best interpreters.

I would like to focus on the first verse, 3: You may learn something new.


All have sinned The first part of this verse is self explanatory. However, many Christians fail to understand how badly they have sinned.

It declares to God that you know best; that your will is superior to his will. Even a mild sinner if there ever was one! Every one of us has spurned God.


To for all have sinned we have not is to take pride in oneself which is a sin. We are all sinners because Adam passed on his sinful condition that leads inevitably to our personal sin and death. Even before a child can be held accountable for personal sin, he or she is naturally prone to disobey, to tell lies, etc.

By sinning in our hearts we have fallen short of the glory and righteousness of God. The just desert or wages of sin is death Romans 6: Therefore, we are born condemned and increase our guilt with every sin.

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The only way to rectify this deplorable condition is to be perfect, which we are both unable for all have sinned unwilling to do. Amazingly, graciously, God sent His sinless Son to fulfill the righteous demands of the law which we have failed to fulfill and to suffer the wrath that our sins merit Romans 5: Through faith in Jesus, we who are sinners are declared righteous before God 2 Corinthians 5: Not a righteousness of our own but the righteousness of Christ that we receive through believing in Him Romans 3: So, yes, we for all have sinned all sinned, but because the sinless One suffered the punishment for our sins and offers us His righteousness as a free gift, we who are sinners can be called saints.


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