How could I?
Spurgeon, GOD'S GOODNESS LEADING TO REPENTANCE
The dearer Christ is to us, the blacker is sin in our sight.
The sweeter the love of God is to us, the more bitter is
the thought of having so long sinned against it.
The more you see, in these shoreless, bottomless deeps,
what divine grace has done for you, and to you,
the more you smite upon your breast, and cry-
"How could I ever have sinned against the
Lord as I have done;
and how can I sin against him as I still
continue to do?"