This is a huge subject. Today we will only look at a tiny bit of it. So let us begin by naming or defining sin. Sins are what you do. Sin is who wants to do sin. Sin is a person, Satan by name. We will call that one Mr. Sin. Now this is worth pondering.
We thought we were the initiators of sin and could, by effort, avoid listening to and obeying Mr. Sin and when trying hard enough, listen to God and obey. In short, we thought we had all the qualities of God and Mr. Sin in us. Then by using our wisdom or intellect know the difference between good and evil things and by effort behave like one or the other. In short, we thought we were free to do Satan or God stuff. Then Jesus comes along and says, "Try harder and be as perfect as your Father in heaven is perfect."
About then the rational mind says, "No way!" The commanding soul says, "You do it!" The placating soul says, "I can fix this mess!" And the irrelevant soul says, "Time to do the dishes."
Then Jesus comes sharing His congruent soul. He defines sin once and for all time by saying, "And when Holy Spirit has come He will convince the world what sin, and righteousness, and judgment are. Concerning sin, He will convince them that sin is not trusting Me;" (John 16:8-9 DLT emphasis mine)
So Mr. Sin does not trust Jesus nor do souls bound to him. We can then conclude souls attached to Jesus's Spirit trust Him. For what? Everything. And this we can do. But be reminded, it is not trusting that He will do but HAS done. In the face of everything contrary, we trust. Like the great cloud of witnesses recited in Hebrews chapter 11. We join their ranks and say what God is, has, and will say about any one subject. In the face of seeming contradiction, we claim what He proclaims.
There is no magic in this, just trust.