Good evening RA, I believe there's a difference in the type of sinning that you are refering to as opposed to what we, Qu, Lee and a few others are trying to point out through the Bible, what you are referring to perhaps ( and you can correction me if I'm wrong ) is our sinning ignorantly, little minor issues perhaps and not really knowing any better, but at some point God's spirit is going to make even that known to our attention in due time and we will have to repent from them in due time. However what we are trying to point out as illustrated in Hebrews 10:26 for example that if we sin willfully and on purpose knowing what we are doing then we are trampling the blood of Jesus Christ under our feet and treating our covenant with him as if it is nothing totally disregarding it, and then it pretty much lets us know that we will live a frightened fear filled life from that point looking forward toward hell and destruction, and I'm sure that no one in their right mind wants any part of that.Name a single person that is saved that hasn't sinned after they were saved?
Now if salvation is lost if we sin than not a single person would be saved.
Sin is a "bad work", If a "bad work" can cause a person to lose the "free GIFT of salvation by the grace God through faith" than what "good work" re-attains that lost salvation?
If salvation is dependent upon our works than it isn't a gift given by the grace of God through faith as God's Holy Word says.
If something is given because of the work done it isn't a gift, it's payment for the work done.
God's Word couldn't be any clearly when it says "we are saved by grace through faith: and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:
Not of works, lest any man should boast".
8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:
9 Not of works, lest any man should boast.
I hope that you are feeling better John and that you have a Blessed rest of your day.