383 Repentance

The kind intentions and the admonitions of the last days awake me from my deep sleep for years.

The irreparable indebtedness and painful memories are striking my conscience.

At a loss I pray with trembling, searching my heart with deep repentance.

I cheated God’s kind heart with false love. How could the ugly soul feel any regret?

I indulged in evil and disregarded God’s feelings, only desiring to receive His blessings.

My base pursuit and depraved thinking bring only sorrow to God.

Not knowing God is more faithful than the mortals, I was bent on seeking a way out for myself.

God’s work is over, who can detain Him? Only sighs are left for me.

The corrupt disposition has not changed yet, twinges of guilt well up in my heart.

God’s earnest words ringing in my ears, I hate myself for being so contemptible.

Facing God’s word with my hands empty, I know that I have no face to see His face again.

God’s work is over, who can detain Him? Only sighs are left for me.

Facing God’s word with my hands empty, I know that I have no face to see His face again.

God’s work is over, who can detain Him? Only sighs are left for me.

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