Tumbling Repentance

“When the idea of repenting had first begun occurring to her, she had thought it would involve a few outstanding big-ticket items . . . But when it finally happened to her, the whole thing was far more illuminating than she had thought it would be and went all the way back to her girlhood. Vanity, selfishness, conceit, superficiality, covetousness, ambition — all of them tumbled off the top bookshelf of her mind and were just lying there on the floor, waiting for someone to pick them all up and throw them away” (Evangellyfish, p. 219).

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One comment on “Tumbling Repentance

  1. That’s how it really is. Or how it was for me anyway.

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