The 7 Deadly Sins Committed

Here are the 7 Deadly Sins Committed, which one are you guilty of? 

If we look carefully at Exodus Chapter 20 in the Bible, it talks about the 10 Commandments. 

Greed is often associated with anger management issues.

Pride is associated with the Psychology terms by Sigmund Freud, the Id, Ego, and Superego. Being proud of your accomplishments is not bad, but when you try to rub it in other peoples’ faces, they would look down upon you. 

Lust and Adultery go together. Gluttony is the habit of overeating. 

When someone says you shall feel the wrath of God, you are in other words feeling His anger on the wrong deeds you had done. 

When someone says they envy you, they are jealous of what you own or have in terms of possessions.

If you look at a sloth, it is an animal that moves very slowly. Much like a turtle that moves very slowly or like a snail really. In other words they are lazy, not really productive. If you are lazy and sit around for hours on end doing completely nothing, you become obese and the need to do more physical activity to lose weight amounts even more weight on the problem. 


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