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Beware of light thoughts of sin. It is sadly true, that even a Christian may grow by degrees so callous, that the sin which once startled him¬óno longer alarms him in the least. We palliate and excuse our sin; we throw a cloak over it; we call it by dainty names.

Sin, a little thing? Is it not a poison! Who knows its deadliness!

Sin, a little thing? Do not the little foxes¬óspoil the grapes? Does not the tiny coral insect¬óbuild a rock which wrecks a navy? Do not little strokes¬ófell lofty oaks? Will not continual droppings¬ówear away stones?

Sin, a little thing? It girded your Redeemer's head with thorns¬óand pierced His heart! It made Him suffer anguish, bitterness, and woe! Could you weigh the least sin in the scales of eternity¬óyou would fly from it as from a serpent, and abhor the least appearance of evil. Look upon all sin as that which crucified your Savior¬óand you will see it to be "exceeding sinful."

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