Go and Sin No More
In the parable where the woman was caught in sin, they were ready to stone her, and Christ stopped them in their tracks with this now well known phrase, "He that is without sin, let him cast the first stone." After they all left in shame, He told the woman, "Go and sin no more." He basically instructed her don't continue in your sin. She probably knew she had dodged a bullet that time, and she might not the next time. Hopefully, she did discontinue her bad behavior.
(Sin from Greek Hamartia: miss the mark, cognate says "no part of, no-share, loss).
266 hamartía (a
feminine noun derived from 1 /A "not"
and 3313 /méros, "a part, share of") – properly, no-share
("no part of") loss (forfeiture) because not hitting the
target; sin (missing the mark).
There seems to be a bit of confusion about sin, the bible says, if we say we haven't sinned, we are a liar, it is a given that our Adam sin dna is always within us, we can't not sin. But, there is more to it. There is a loss factor, sin causes a forfeiture or penalty. The Bible says the wages of sin is death. We are weak and we sin, and the wages are death. Salvation is only available through Christ's sacrifice being counted toward our sins. But, even though His death pays for our sins, we still have to try to get the sin out of our lives according to Paul. Even though we obtain grace, and forgiveness of sin as a gift from God, God does not want us to continue in our sins, of course there is the Gnostic concept that the more you sin, the more grace abounds. So, should we continue our sins, so that grace abounds? Paul says "God forbid."