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Result of search for "guilty": 816 'asham aw-sham' or mashem {aw-shame'}; a primitive root; to be guilty; by implication to be punished or perish:--X certainly, be(-come, made) desolate, destroy, X greatly, be(-come, found, hold) guilty, offend (acknowledge offence), trespass. 818 'ashem aw-shame' from 816; guilty; hence, presenting a sin- offering:--one which is faulty, guilty.2400 chatta' khat-taw' intensively from 2398; a criminal, or one accounted guilty:--offender, sinful, sinner.7563 rasha` raw-shaw' from 7561; morally wrong; concretely, an (actively) bad person:--+ condemned, guilty, ungodly, wicked (man), that did wrong.


Deliver me from blood-guilt, Alahim, Alahim of my deliverance, Let my tongue sing allowed of Your Righteousness. (Psalm 51:14)

BLOODGUILTINESS, BLOODGUILT are trs. of the Heb. דָּמִ֛ים, the intensive “bloods,” as found frequently in the OT. . In these instances guilt incurred by bloodshed is denoted. Elsewhere, as in Ezekiel 18:13, a variety of sins—robbery, bloodshed, adultery, oppression of the poor, dishonesty, idolatry, taking of interest—makes one guilty so as to be worthy of death: “He shall surely die; his blood shall be upon himself.” Where there is guilt worthy of bloodshed, bloodguiltiness has been incurred. This may be the meaning of Psalm 51:14 where the psalmist prays for deliverance from bloodguiltiness. Not only bloodshed but all sin worthy of death, or for which death was the punishment in Israel, may be intended (cf. Ps 39:8).

In Israel bloodshed was said to pollute the land (Num 35:33f.), and this bloodshed which defiles is said to have been “innocent blood” YAHUAH informs His people that He will not listen when they offer their frequent prayers because their hands are full of blood (Isa 1:15). Bloodguiltiness is taken so seriously in the OT that, when it is not atoned for according to law, Yahuah steps in to avenge the wronged party 24:6-9). Guilt must be expiated (2 Sam 4:11) and it may be exacted of one’s descendants

Woe to [him who] builds a city by bloodguilt, and [who] founds a city by wickedness! (Hab 2:12)


Since the times of Moses and Yisheral, bloodgultiness covered most sins, in time bloodgultiness was then called lawlessness and today it is referred to as sin. Breaking any of the commands today is considered as lawlessness, or sin. As we can see there is much sin in this world today, this not only curses the land in itself, but the peoples of earth, and many today refuse to repent.

Their consequences are suffering and the loosing of their minds, they ignore the command above to repent, and put Yahusha in a religious category calling Him GOD. Declaring that religion is not for everyone trying to wipe away the commands of Alahim. We can see by Yahusha's words in (Matt 24) that the signs of His coming are now appearing in the earth, as a woman in labour. Disastrous occurrences are readily appearing before us in the daily news, those reporting the incidences are flabbergasted within themselves. Panic and violence is becoming rife.

Believers need to perfect their Bridal Behaviour to fulfil Yahusha's plan of spreading His love and repentance. Scripture interpreters today use the word conviction instead of the word GUILT, everyone who sin's is operating in guilt and are it's slave unable to be free in the Set-Apart given by Yahusha.