It is no surprise that I love the Puritans and a lot of their written works, while dense, they often provide keen insight into the heart of man. Not only that, they have many biblical remedies that they have systematically taken from Scripture and applied to life.
Thomas Watson lays out repentance in a helpful way. We use this word a lot, but what does it really mean? And more importantly how do we do it. What it is not: A sense of guilt (feeling bad) A resolution against sin, based on circumstances, (bargaining, if only you do this I’ll never sinContinue reading “Repentance”