A Good Conscience

“Ah, my brethren, it is better to have a con­science never quiet than quieted any way but by the blood of sprinkling. A good conscience is the greatest affliction to the saints, and an evil conscience, quiet, is the greatest judgment to sinners.”

– Matthew Mead, from “The Almost Christian Discovered”, 1661


One response to “A Good Conscience

  1. Wow the quote seems simple but it talks very deep about having conviction that not having it. 🙂

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