Josiah Shute on confessing our master sins

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Lastly, in Ezra his practise we may see a true form of confession, he confesses their (great trespass) teaching us thereby, that as we must confess all sin in gross, so especially, our main and master sin; that Saul which is higher by the head, then the rest of his brethren: we want not examples of this in Scripture, David confesses his murder, Paul his persecution, and Daniel confesses the great sin of his people: A great many confess their sins, but they do it as Nebuchadnezzar told his dream, he tells his wisemen that he had a dream, but never tells them what it was: So these men say they are sinners, but they will not confess their gross transgressions. ...

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