Kill or be killed

Do you mortify;
do you make it your daily work;
be always at it while you live;
cease not a day from this work;
be killing sin or it will be killing you.

—John Owen, “On the Mortification of Sin,” in Overcoming Sin and Temptation, ed. Kapic & Taylor (Crossway, 2006), p. 50.

[via Justin Taylor]

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