from Spurgeon's, "How God Condemned Sin"
The Christian is at enmity against the
sin which caused the suffering of Christ.
"What, did sin make my beloved Redeemer suffer?
Then away with it! It must be a foul, vile thing, to
put such a blessed One as Him to death! I will not
tolerate it! Revenge! Bring out the gallows, and
let sin be hanged thereon! The dearest idol I have
known, bring out the hammer and the axe, and let
it be broken in pieces. The fondest transgression
I have ever nurtured in my bosom, I see what a
viper it is, and I shake it into the fire; away with it."