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SEPTEMBER 20

 

 Thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place. . . to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite onesIsa. 57:15.

 

 Let us ever keep in memory that a broken and contrite heart the Lord never despises, will never spurn. Therefore, into whatever difficulty any of the Lord’s people may stumble, if they find themselves hungering for the Lord’s fellowship and forgiveness, if they find their hearts contrite and broken, let them not despair, but remember that God has made a provision through the merit of Christ which enables Him to accept and jus freely from all sin all that come unto Him through Jesus—through faith in His blood… Those who have broken and contrite hearts on account of their sins may know that they have not committed “the sin unto death,’ for their condition of heart proves this, as the Apostle declares: “It is impossible to renew again unto repentance” an who have committed the sin unto death.

 

 

Parallel passages: Deut. 10: 17; Psa. 8: 9; 57: 5; 97: 2, 6, 9; 145:5,11,12; Isa. 2: 10; 6: 1, 3; 35: 2; Ezek.1: 26-28; Gen. 19: 16; Ex. 15: 13; 22: 27; 34: 6, 7; Num.14: 18-20; Judg. 2: 18; 2.Sam. 12: 13; Ezra 9: 9, 13; Neh. 9: 17, 27-31; Job 33: 14-30; Psa. 30: 5; 32: 1, 2, 5; 85: 10; 103: 3, 8-14, 17; Matt. 18: 11-14, 23-27; Luke 1: 50, 77, 78; Eph. 2: 4-7; Heb. 4:16; 1.Pet. 3: 8, 15; 1.John 1: 9.