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Our Guilt Makes Us Suspicious

Charles Spurgeon
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Guilt is very suspicious. When you have done wrong to a man, you cannot believe him. Nothing renders you so full of doubt toward another as your own consciousness of having acted unjustly toward him. Now, when a sense of guilt comes over the soul, nature begins to say, “Can the Lord be a sin-pardoning…
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