Tuesday, October 13, 2015
October 13 "Disowned" Matthew 26
"Those that have sinned sweetly, must weep bitterly; for, sooner or later, sin will be bitterness. This deep sorrow is requisite, not to satisfy divine justice (a sea of tears would not do that), but to evidence that there is a real change of mind, which is the essence of repentance, to make the pardon the more welcome, and sin for the future the more loathsome. Peter, who wept so bitterly for denying Christ, never denied him again, but him often and openly, and in the mouth of danger; so far from ever saying, that he made all the house of True repentance for any sin will be best evidenced by our abounding in the contrary grace and duty; that is a sign of our weeping, not only bitterly, but sincerely. Some of the ancients say, that as long as Peter lived, he never heard a cock crow but it set him a weeping. Those that have truly sorrowed for sin, will sorrow upon every remembrance of it; yet not so as to hinder, but rather to increase, their joy in God and in his mercy and grace."
DEAR GOD, PLEASE CHANGE ME IN MY 10,000 HOURS OF DISTANCE.
PHOTO: living in reality below not 30,000 feet above.
Posted by Bev Brandon @ The Fray at 12:18 AM