SINCERITY (Part five)

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HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

“Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward parts: and in the hidden part thou shalt make me to know wisdom.” Psalm 51:6

Insincerity Robs a Man of His Dignity

Insincerity takes all dignity out of life and makes this world a very low place. We think we can be insincere, and men will be tricked and never find it out. O brethren, God Almighty has His own awful ways of writing a man’s insincerity upon the heavens and engraving it as with a pen of iron on the world.

  • All reverence is impossible,
  • All purity is stained,
  • All innocence rebukes me when I am insincere.

If I am false and double, I cannot hear the laughter of my children but what it sends a pang of pain into my heart.

  • Better be excitable,
  • Better be inconsistent,
  • Better be dead than insincere.

Peter was excitable, brimful of inconsistencies; yet if ever a sincere heartbeat, it was the heart of Peter–and Jesus was Christ to Peter and heaven was heaven. But Judas, I don’t know what his other sins were, was insincere till he came to feel the very sincerity of Jesus was like an insult; and, insincere, he went to his own place.


Author: Godfrey Gregg

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