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While we all have many differences, here are some of the things we have in common. Fill in the blanks:

  • We all need ____________________________ to live.
  • Our bodies contain 50-75% _______________.
  • We all have a day, month and year called our _______________.
  • We all have a unique ___________________.
  • We all have red blood _____________.
  • We all love ______________.
  • We all need ______________ and we desire ______________.

HINTS: birthday | cells | oxygen | respect | water | dumplings | love | fingerprint

Bible Reading: Genesis 3

Another thing we all share is a common problem called sin. Sin defined is “an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law.”   Sin is not just committing a crime. Sin is when we choose to do what is selfish, hurtful, mean – or just plain wrong. Our sins can be motivated by greed or anger, but the root of all sin is pride or “I want it my way” attitude. We are born with this nature and it begins to manifest itself when we are very young. You do not have to teach a child to be rebellious or to disobey or to lie.  It comes naturally.


  1. What are immoral actions?
  2. What does the Bible say about sin?  Romans 3:23
  3. What can happen when you don’t take sin seriously ~ like anger or lust or telling a lie?
  4.  Have you ever envied someone who made a better grade or score on a test, has a nicer car, house or better job than you have?

Good verse to remember:
Jesus said to them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.”  Luke 5:31-32

Word List
unique – one of a kind, unlike anything else
immoral –  to do what is wrong or against a standard of conduct
transgression – an act that goes against a law, rule, or code of conduct; an offense
divine – pertaining to God
manifest – to display or show
rebellious – to resist control or authority
envy – an emotion which occurs when a person lacks another’s superior quality, achievement or possession and either desires it or wishes the other lacked it (positive word in Chinese 羡慕 xiàn mù means to admire / negative word in Chinese 嫉妒 jí dù is definitely sin)
righteous – to have a right relationship with God
repentance – to confess or admit we have sinned against God and man and to sincerely regret our sins

To learn more:
Read Jesus Lived a Sinless Life

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