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Until the sinner is convinced of sin – he can never be converted from sin. Christ’s coming was as a Savior to die for sinners. The Spirit’s coming is to convince us of sin – that we may close with Christ as our Savior. So long as sin is unseen – Christ will be unsought. “Those who are whole need not the physician – but those who are sick.”

Until the sinner is convinced of sin – he can never be converted from sin. Christ’s coming was as a Savior to die for sinners. The Spirit’s coming is to convince us of sin – that we may close with Christ as our Savior. So long as sin is unseen – Christ will be unsought. “Those who are whole need not the physician – but those who are sick.”

Reference:   The Almost Christian, 1661.


Author: Matthew Mead
Topics: Conviction