Thursday, April 24, 2008

Your decision, Your Destiny

no temptation or attraction however potent, can force our assent;
no pressure or influence can possibly provoke our decision. Much can
be imposed on man's body by violence. ...he can be made to perform
certain actions repugnant to him, and particularly, can be prevented
from doing anything he wishes to do; but no matter what limitations are placed
upon his outward sphere of action, nothing, except himself, has any power
over his inward decision, over his ultimate, and irrevocably free, Yes or No.

Transformation in Christ
(Manchester, N.H.:Sophia Institute Press, 1990), 215


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