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The Magnitude of God's Love. - St John Chrisostomos

"If you have sins do not become depressed,  I often tell you this and will never stop, and if you sin daily then you should repent daily.  Just as when you have an old house and repair parts that begin to decay removing the rotten pieces and replacing them with the new, the same should be done with your souls.  You never forget to place repairs on your house and so in the same manner you should never forget with your soul.

 If you are brought backwards through sin renew yourself through repenting. Is it possible you  ask me that  through repenting you can be saved? Of course it is.  All my life I spent in sin .. and  when I repent I find salvation. How do I know this? How is this clear? From the philanthropy of our God.. because his philanthropy cannot be counted, nor with words his gifts.. Think of a match falling into the sea can it stay alight and shine? As much as a match can stay alight in the abyss of the sea can sin stand up to the philanthropy of God.. God's philanthropy  is even better and much more.  We know the abyss of the sea even if large has bounds and can be counted but the philanthropy of God has no bounds and is immeasurable."


Source: Taken from Saint John Chrisostomos' 8th speach on sin.


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