To discuss the topic of Sin, we refer to Romans 3:10 which states, It is written that there is no one who is righteous not even one. All of us have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Business Training in Kenya has more information on this.
Sin can be viewed into two categories. These are original Sin and committed Sin.
This sin is the root of all human sufferings. It occurred in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:1-6). Originally, there was no sin in the world. God had a very close fellowship with human beings. This is written in Genesis 1:27-28. Satan knowing his final destiny to be thrown into Hell deceived the fast human beings and caused them to sin. They ate from the tree which the Lord had warned them not to eat. They did so after the Devil planted unbelief in them. They disobeyed God and immediately got separated from God and became children of the devil (John 8:44).
We continue to sin because we have a sinful nature which we inherited from dam and Eve. Human beings have no choice but to continue to sin since they are captives of the Devil (John 3:8). In sin, human beings have no choice but to be cursed.
Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes is an engineering book, but can also be used in other science subjects that are related to engineering. The books mostly used by the elementary students in the field of engineering. The student is given the understanding of the mathematics knowledge such as mathematics in the field of engineering. Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes is written in a precise way and has a lot of worked examples that give the reader wider engineering concepts.
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Who is at risk for getting HIV and AIDS?
A – A person of any age, sex, race, ethnic group, religion, economic background, or Sexual orientation can get HIV. Those who are most at risk are:
• People who have “unprotected sex” with others are in the risk of getting HIV and AIDS. Unprotected sex includes vaginal, anal, and oral sex without using a condom.
• People who share needles, syringes, or other equipment to inject drugs, steroids, or even vitamins or medicine with someone who has HIV and AIDS are in the risk of getting HIV and AIDS.
• Babies can potentially become infected during their sexual orientation during mothers’ pregnancy, during delivery, or after birth can get HIV and AIDS in the immediate post-partum period. They can also become infected with HIV and AIDS through breastfeeding.
• Health care and maintenance workers who may be exposed to blood and/or body fluids at work sometimes get infected with HIV and AIDS through on-the-job exposures like needle-stick injuries. N/B: You can only get HIV if infected blood, semen, vaginal fluids, or breast milk gets into your body