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Grace of Repentance*


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Let us give up vain and fruitless cares, and approach to the glorious and venerable rule of our holy calling. Let us attend to what is good, pleasing, and acceptable in the sight of Him who formed us. Let us look steadfastly to the blood of Christ, and see how precious that blood is to God, which having been shed for our salvation, has set the grace of repentance before the whole world. Let us turn to every age that has passed, and learn that, from generation to generation, the Lord has granted a place of repentance to all such as would be converted unto Him.

—Clement of Rome, The First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians, Chapter VII.

* Originally posted July 30, 2007.



Posted 2019·04·11 by David Kjos
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