What is sin and what is faith/pistis?

265 (hamartéma) a fault, sin, evil deed.

264 (hamartanó) originally: I miss the mark, hence (a) I make a mistake, (b) I sin, commit a sin (against God); sometimes the idea of sinning against a fellow-creature is present.

Cognate: 264 hamartánō (from 1 /A “not” and 3313 /méros, “a part, share”) – properly, having no share in; to sin, which always brings forfeiture – i.e. eternal loss due to missing God’s mark. Like 266 /hamartía, 264 (hamartánō) is regularly used in ancient times of an archer missing the target (Homer, Aesch., etc). Every decision (action) done apart from faith (4102 /pístis) is sin (Ro 14:23; cf. Heb 11:6). See 266 (hamartia).

795 (astocheó) I miss the mark, miss my aim, make a false aim, fail.

795 astoxéō (from 1 /A “not” and stoxos, “a target”) – properly, off-target (without aim); figuratively, out of line; out of step (cadence) with God.

795 /astoxéō (“swerve out of line”) refers to missing God’s preferred-will (2307 /thélēma), i.e. deviating from “God’s target (line)” by walking “off line.” 795 (astoxéō) emphasizes the divine disapproval that goes with walking “off (God’s) line.”

Look at pistis and chimbonic check anything that relates to you. See if you are in or out harmony with this word and its process working in your life. It will help give a more full meaning of what we think faith means in english and also we can evaluate and compare our involvement with sin or not. All based on knowing Every decision (action) done apart from faith (4102 /pístis) is sin.

Faith (4102/pistis) enables the believer to know God’s preferred-will

Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

814 came to me by way of another word I was woke up with today 6-19-17. The word was “stoic”. That led to 4746b then it became the axis word and the next word up was 4747 (stoixeíon) and then seen 814 by 4+4 and 7+7. There is more to it but I will write about that in another post. The way of arrival to this 813 word is very cool (once again) perfectly designed by our FATHER generating it.

814 (ataktós) in a disorderly manner, irregularly Cognate: 814 atáktōs – properly, disorderly (“breaking rank”); insubordinate to God’s Word and hence fruitless (unproductive) – because lacking proper order (discipline). See 813 (ataktos).

813 (ataktos) out of order, out of place

Original Word: ἄτακτος, ον
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: ataktos
Phonetic Spelling: (at’-ak-tos)
Short Definition: disorderly, slack
Definition: (lit: out of order), disorderly, slack (in performance of duty). unruly.

From a (as a negative particle) and a derivative of tasso; unarranged, i.e. (by implication) insubordinate (religiously) — unruly.

813 átaktos (an adjective derived from 1 /A “not” and 5021 /tássō, “draw up, arrange”) – properly, out-of-line (“without order,” M. Vincent); (figuratively) out of God’s appointed (proper) order; unruly, refusing to observe God’s guidelines (live in faith). Accordingly, faith (4102 /pístis) and 813 (átaktos) are directly associated