Contributed by Craig Cramblet on Nov 22, 2004
Adapted from a Puritan message from the 1800’s, this contains a pointed and practical challenge to God’s people to "hate what is evil."
“Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil;
cling to what is good.” Romans 12:9
“When you have finished committing sin, sin is not finished with you. The first cost is high, but it is only the down payment. You keep paying in your conscience, in your body, in the suffering you produce for