Expositions of Holy Scripture
"[...]anxious scrutinising question: 'Is my sorrow deep enough?' Deep enough! What for? What is the use of sorrow for sin? To lead a man to repentance and to faith. If you have as much sorrow as leads you to penitence and trust you have enough. It is not your sorrow that is going to wash away your sin, it is Christ's blood. So let no man trouble himself about the question, Have I sorrow enough? The one question is: 'Has my sorrow led me to cast myself on Christ?' II. Still further, look now for a moment at the next stage here. 'Godly sorrow worketh repentance.' What is repentance? No doubt many of you would answer that it is 'sorrow for sin, ' but clearly this text of ours draws a distinction between the two. There are very few of the great key-words of Christianity that have[...]."
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