Receiving Salvation as Mercy, Not Justice

Charles Spurgeon
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If we can be saved by our own merits, we need justice, but we certainly do not want mercy. A man who can go into court with a clear case and a bold countenance does not ask for mercy from the judge, and the offer of it would insult him. “Give me justice,” he says, “give me my rights,” and he stands up…
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