"Thus says the High and Lofty ONE who dwells in eternity,
I dwell with him of a humble and contrite heart- (of reality)."
Even as the Biblical King David had a heart after Me...
None were as "quick to repent" for a better posterity.
The loving apostle John said "men prefer darkness that they may not see."
Oh apologetic perhaps, but that can be an outward-show or one's fallacy.
However, with true repentance come "fruits of godly sorrow."
Regret must be released-, a forgiving way, not kept until tomorrow.
Remorseful ones endeavour to make right "what's not" for the gospel.
REPENT, for God's kingdom is near, and can avoid the need for a hospital.
Though His address is eternity, for the contrite ones, He'll take you there.
A prerequisite for those who tremble at HIS WORD and respectfully fear.
Copyright © Milly Hunter | Year Posted 2006
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