As we know from Isaiah 59 Sin, in all its many forms, separates us from the God who loves us and opens our lives up to heartache and trouble. Sometimes we fail to realize that when we separate from God we can enter into a dangerous relationship with Satin the devil. In this Sermon lets examine how we can try and cope with sin and look at several fallacies about trying to cover it up. If we try to cover it up it can lead us into deeper sin. So we need to look at ways to overcome our sins as the Days of Unleavened Bread pictures and teaches us to do with help from Jesus Christ who laid down his life to provide us a way to escape from sin.