How definite should we be in confessing our sins?
"And it shall be, when he shall be guilty in one of these things, that he shall confess that he bath sinned in
that thing." Lev. 5:5.
NOTE-"True confession is always of a specific character, and acknowledges particular sins. They may be
of such a nature as to be brought before God only; they may be wrongs that should be confessed to
individuals who have suffered injury through them; or they may be of a public character, and should then
be as publicly confessed. But all confession should be definite and to the point, acknowledging the very
sins of which you are guilty."-"Steps to Christ," page 43.
For what is all Scripture profitable?
What is said of the tender compassion of God?
What is the value of merely outward forms?
Will the Sabbath be observed as a day of worship in the new earth?
Did they observe it after His resurrection?
Unto whom are God's people to be gathered?
Who else appeared on this occasion?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle