Inadequate Conception Of Sin

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It is because man has an inadequate conception of sin that he has an inadequate conception of the grace of God.

D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones:ย Ephesians – God’s Ultimate Purpose

About Steve Rebus

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6 Responses to “Inadequate Conception Of Sin”

  1. Absolutely beautifully said, Steve. I tweeted this and included an #ichristian tag. So true. So true. God bless today.

  2. Oh, great one! Blessings, Steve.

  3. Wow! Good quote! I’ve started reading the book “Recovering Redemption” by Matt Chandler and Michael Snetzer and started reading the chapter where they say the same thing: We don’t take sin serious enough.

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