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Works

I read a great quote this morning.

To insist on feeling guilty is but another way of insisting on helping God with our salvation. How deeply imbedded in human nature is the influence of works-righteousnesss!
- Robert H. Mounce

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“Works”

  1. Blogger Chris Davis Says:

    He wrote my greek book. that should be exciting.
    -Chris

  2. Blogger + + + + + + + + Says:

    so it is the "insistence" on feeling guilty that is bad - not the guilty feeling itself. interesting perspective! (i'm stroking my chin while pondering this, as i type)

  3. Blogger Jon McWhorter Says:

    no joke, as i read this I'm listening to a song that says:

    on God I rest my salvation...

    I'm glad that's not my job.
    p.s. it's shane and shane's new cd, 'pages' the song is called Psalm 62. Everyone needs to get it.