Collateral Damage

In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Edmund Pevensie allows jealousy and anger to bring him to betray his siblings to the White Witch, even though he knew Aslan was coming and that the White Witch was evil. His betrayal almost tears his family apart, and if it were not for the sacrifice of Aslan upon the Stone Table, the Pevensie family would have been forced apart forever. We might not think our individual sins affect others, but our sins do affect the community we live in and can have drastic consequences.