December 13, 2018

“True repentance is not a transient act, as if a sigh or a pang of sorrow for sin amounted to it.  No, these may indeed be acts of true repentance, while they issue from a heart sincerely penitent but repentance itself, instead of being a passing act, is an abiding principle, a lasting disposition of soul, a gracious principle lying deep in the heart, disposing a man at all times to mourn for and turn from sin.”  (John Colquhoun  1748-1827)

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