Leprosy was a “type” for sin: it was loathsome, spreading, incurable, and the Israelites were to avoid lepers. Yet Jesus, seeing the leper’s faith, reached into his condition, into “sin”, and touched the man.
All people have some measure of creativity because we all are in the image of God. But, when we are reborn, the Holy Spirit comes and lives within us; the God of all creation comes into these jars of clay.
For us that are in Christ Jesus, by faith children of God, to casually receive and allow worldly sins which the enemy of God uses to damn those made in God’s image to allow those sins to permeate our lives, now that is just unacceptable and needful of repentance.
It’s not harmful or unloving or immoral to say, “God’s commands are necessary, useful and healthy for us, they are not harmful. Consequently, they are not immoral. It doesn’t matter what the world says. What matters is God’s truth.
When we read our Bibles, we often focus on the miracles which Jesus performed during His earthly ministry, and that’s good. It’s also vital for us to know that Jesus understands our difficulties and our hurt.