Confession | Conviction | Guilt | Repentance | Sin

Martin Luther was one who struggled with his sins. Before his break with the church he went to confession every day, he was so guilt-ridden by his sins he would almost have gone every hour. On most nights Luther slept well, but he even felt guilty about that, thinking, “Here am I, sinful as I am, having a good night’s sleep.” So he would confess that. One day the older priest to whom Luther went for confession said to him, “Martin, either find a new sin and commit it, or quit coming to see me!” Christian Communication Laboratory

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