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Nature of conscience

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The faculty, given to every individual, that is capable of producing guilt, or reassurance in the case of innocence. Though never wholly reliable, the conscience is cleansed when the individual turns to God for forgiveness. It is possible for the conscience to become deadened through lack of use.

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The natural conscience Ro 2:14–15 Guilty consciences Ge 42:21 See also Ex 9:27; 1 Sa 24:5; 2 Sa 24:10; Ezr 9:6; Ps 40:12; Jn 8:7–11 Clear consciences Before God Ac 24:16 See also Job 27:6; Ac 23:1; Ro 9:1; 2 Ti 1:3 Before others 2 Co 1:12 See also Ge 20:5–6; 2 Co 4:2; 1 Th 2:10; 1 Ti 1:5; 1 Ti 3:9; Heb…
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