Presumably, the greatness of sin is seen thus:
To stare at sin, cause a mental scene unto physical-stillness by thus outline inaction; recognize it is sin, then proceed to act the script of the mind-directed movie of sin.
A MOVe in Experience of self in action: Satisfaction. The greatness of sin is weakness, sickness, limit and concise freedom to only chains which do not account for the accountability of the soul’s conscious of its journey to the bliss of eternity with its maker.
Sin is seen thus: Intention, action and inability to revolt from previous steps.
Sin is humanity at its lowest, at its slowest to its saviour. Sin is the ability to give logic to the ever-proven illogical and illegal poise of self-ish-ness. Sin is how the order of the universe is ravished.