The sin here is unbelief. Believers, try as we might, will sometimes sin. There are severe consequences for sin in this life and loss of reward and position in the next, which is why it says in 1 Cor. 3:15 that at the Judgment Seat of Christ, some will suffer loss, yet still be saved, and Paul tells the carnal believers in Corinth that because of their sins some are sick and some have died. Note, too, even the one who laid with his father's mother was restored in 2 Cor. after he repented. I believe as far as salvation goes, all our sins have been paid for. Christ took our punishment in our place. A believer also has the Holy Spirit working and correcting them and teaching them so they will grow and overcome sin in their lives. I believe when we turn to Christ, we turn from sin. We repent, change our minds about sin, realizing we are sinners, and we turn away from sin. We change our mind about Christ and about how we can save ourselves, and trust him to have paid for all our sins.So you're saying that the meaning of the verse is "You can go on sinning and no other sin offering is necessary", that's why I highligted the ones in red because I knew you'd say that.
Anyways, I guess you also need 27 because there will in fact be interpretations such as teh above.
Now put those two together and you get quite a different picture than what you're saying. BUT I do like the proof of how cherry picking can get the context to say what you want.
I'm also going to take a guess and say that your interpretation of 28-29 is that I'm trampling on the cross with my interpretation. I'll just say the same thing about yours if you do.
I'll say your argument for you: Saying that you actually have to obey and not sin to attain Salvation is insulting the Spirit of Grace in your view. Right? Well that's the complete opposite of my interpretation, which is if you think you can go ahead sinning that there's no consequence.
It was certainly a dreadful thing for Ananias and Sapphira wasn't it...