Does this mean that such sins will not be forgiven? Does this mean that the only sins which a christian may do, which can also be forgiven, are sins which happen accidentally? Sins where there is no time between being tempted and sinning, but sins which simply happen? But if you are first tempted to sin and then you're wrestling with the temptation and then give in then you basically decide to give in, right? Because if you didn't decide to give in you also wouldn't sin. But as soon as you decide that you'll give in then doesn't it become deliberate in this moment? Does this not mean that most of the sins which we do are deliberate sins? Or do you really never give in to any kind of temptations and the only sins which you do are sins which happen in an instant?