I Can Live With My Conscience - David Porter - Sweat & Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. (Genesis , 8) Another example of how the conscience operates is the way King David reacted when he discerned that he had sinned by taking a census. The Bible says that “David’s heart began to beat him.” —2 Samuel The ability to look back and judge one’s moral conduct can produce the very important effect of godly repentance.
  2. Jan 04,  · The conscience is where the commands of God and love and faith converge: “the goal of this command is love, which comes from a pure heart and a good conscience, and a sincere faith”. Paul is able to say that his conscience testified that he was conducting himself in the world and in his relationships with integrity and sincerity, but only.
  3. Jan 23,  · At the Diet of Worms, Luther did not say, “My conscience is held captive by my contemporary culture, by the latest Gallup poll, and by the latest survey that describes what everybody else is doing.” Nor did he say, “My conscience is influenced by the word of God.” In essence, he said, “I am in captivity to the Scriptures.
  4. A conscience can be good, then become defiled, and then it can become much worse. You can have a seared conscience (see 1 Timothy ). An evil conscience is the final state of depravity. With a defiled conscience, a person may not know exactly what is .
  5. Aug 29,  · But sometimes it can take us years to calibrate our conscience on a particular issue. And Peter’s failure many years later to eat with the Gentiles in Antioch when under pressure reminds us that sometimes recalibration is necessary (Gal. –14).
  6. Jan 19,  · A good conscience (1 Tim. ). It is very sensitive and provides sound direction. A struggling conscience (1 Cor. ). This one is weak and may easily yield to temptation. A soiled conscience (Titus ). When we do what we know is wrong, our conscience becomes defiled by sin and cannot judge rightly. A seared conscience (1 Tim. ).
  7. The conscience, Puritan Richard Sibbes wrote in the seventeenth century, is the soul reflecting upon itself. Conscience is at the heart of what distinguishes the human creature. People, unlike animals, can contemplate their own actions and make moral self-evaluations. That is the very function of conscience.
  8. Conscience is the second studio album, and fourth album overall, by English electronic group The Beloved, released in February It reached #2 on the UK Albums Chart and includes "Sweet Harmony", the first single taken from the album and the first from the band to enter the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 8. Both are the highest positions reached by The Beloved in the UK.

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