I’m not sure what you are asking. If you are asking if a murdered person will be free from being held accountable for his sin before God, the answer is a definite NO! He will still have to answer for his sin and thus he is NOT “freed from his sin.” Of course I’m speaking of one who dies without having their sins forgiven through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus said in John 8:24, “Therefore I said to you that you will DIE IN YOUR SINS; for if you do not believe that I am He, you will DIE IN YOUR SINS.”

In that same chapter Jesus went on to speak of one being “freed from his sin.” Let’s read verses 30-36, “As He spoke these words many believed in Him. Then Jesus said to those Jews who believed Him, ‘If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE.’ They answered Him, ‘We are Abraham’s descendants, and have never been in bondage to anyone. How can you say, You will be made free?’ Jesus answered them, ‘Most assuredly, I say to you, whoever commits sin is a slave of sin. And a slave does not abide in the house forever. Therefore if THE SON MAKES YOU FREE, YOU SHALL BE FREE INDEED.”

As we read these words it becomes clear that being “made free from sin” speaks of being “delivered from the power of sin in one’s life.” Everyone was “born in sin” (see Psalm 51:5) and is in “bondage to sin” (see Romans 3:9). They are, as Jesus said, “a slave of sin.” Yet Jesus promises the true believer deliverance from slavery to sin. They are MADE FREE FROM SIN by: 1) the TRUTH (of God’s Word); and by 2) the SON (the Lord Jesus Himself). Now it is true that the believer is also FREE FROM THE PENALTY OF SIN (which is eternal punishment in Hell) through the death of Christ (see John 3:16; 5:24; Romans 8:1). But the subject here is being made FREE FROM THE POWER OF SIN, and this is brought about through studying the scriptures and learning of Christ. When the heart is occupied with the truth about Jesus Christ (who referred to Himself as “the truth” in John 14:6), it no longer has the desire to sin. This in turn results in a supernatural power being given to us to deliver us from the temptation to sin. Instead of being “slaves to sin,” we are “set free from sin.” Has the reader experienced this mighty deliverance from sin through the Lord Jesus Christ? If you will trust in Him as your Savior, you have His promise of being “made free from sin.” (308.6) (DO)