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Free from sin.‘the sinless life of Christ’
innocent, pure, virtuous, faultless, unsullied, undefiled, as pure as the driven snow, whiter than white, uncorrupted, unblemished, untainted, untarnishedirreproachable, blameless, guiltlesssqueaky cleanimmaculate, impeccableView synonyms
- ‘Initially innocent, sinless, and holy, he was in a right relationship to God, to woman, to himself, and to the natural world around him.’
- ‘Have mercy on us and give us strength to bear what the word of God reveals - that a sinless, incarnate God died for our sins.’
- ‘Let us look next at the sinless life of the blessed Son of God.’
- ‘It is asserted that she was ‘full of grace’ and that she was free from original sin and sinless for her whole lifetime.’
- ‘More to the point, Christians of many persuasions and nuances try to reconcile Jesus, friend of sinners, to Jesus, sinless Son of God.’
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