Quotable

8 Jul

“The Christian under grace is freed from the hopeless necessity of trying to commend himself to God by perfect law-keeping.  Now he lives by being forgiven, and so is free at every point in his life to fail (as inevitably he does in fact, again and again)–and, having failed, to pick himself up where he fell, to seek and find God’s pardon, and to start again.”
– J.I. Packer, from 18 Words (Christian Focus, 1998)

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