Repentance and Turning from Idols

“Please don’t be afraid of the working of God. He calls us to repentance, but in that call supplies the Spirit to bring us to the cleansing of the Lamb. There is no greater joy than leaving our idols at the cross and walking away freed of these cruel bondages. Expect, welcome, and treasure repentance in yourselves and others. Let Christ break down sloth, lusts, pride, coldness, prejudices, despair. He has had a great deal of experience cleansing His temples, and you can trust Him to overturn in order to fill you with songs of gladness” (63).

The Heart of A Servant Leader, John C. Miller


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