Personal from Herbert W Armstrong - THE other day this question came to my mind: "What is the greatest possible sin anyone could commit?" Once I attended a church service in which the results of a contest were announced. A new Bible was given as first prize for the best answer to the question: "What is the most common sin, committed by the largest number of people?" First prize was awarded for the answer: "Ingratitude." Certainly a lack of gratitude is one of the most prevalent, if not the most terrible, of sins. Few have learned to really appreciate what they have. Most are prone to accept the good things by taking them for granted, failing to give thanks. We gripe about our complaints more than we count our blessings. But now the question came to me: "What is the worst of all sins? The most awful sin that can be committed is, perhaps, one of the very last that most people would name. Because the governments of men punish murder with capital punishment, many would suppose murder to be the capital sin. But there is a greater.
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