ON “BEYOND OUR SINS”
No cultural instruction, no artistry, no transformative advancement encourages us beyond our sins. We should get help starting from the earliest stage. At that point, the precarious dividers of our security are broken to bits, and we are compelled to get modest, weak, and to plead. Subsequently, we are driven increasingly more to give up and surrender all that we have, give up and surrender those things which we once in the past used to secure and guard and hold to ourselves against the voice of the revival’s fact.