Have you ever asked yourself why he told this to the adulterous woman? Did he refer to adultery or did he refer to sinning in general? And what would have happened if she sinned again? Was he talking about God punishing her or the people punishing her? But I think Jesus also said to a few sick people which he healed that they shall not sin again. But what did he mean with this? Did he mean that from now on this person must not do even 1 more sin? How is this possible? Also when he said this to her the people were still under the old covenant, right? On another forum somebody used this "go sin no more" quote to support his theory that every christian who is practicing sin is hell-bound because Jesus said go sin no more. This sounds scary and I don't think it's true. This would mean that a christian loses his salvation as soon as he sins. After all what does practicing sin mean? Do you only practice a sin when you do it 5 times a week or 10 times a month? When does sinning become practicing? Is somebody who has an anger problem who becomes angry on a regular basis practicing the sin of anger? When I hear "practicing" then it sounds to me doing something being unrepentant. But does a christian who is unrepentant of a sin directly lose his salvation?