"Behold, he who has repented of his sins, the same is forgiven, and the Lord will remember them no more. By this ye may know if a man repenteth of his sins--behold, he will confess them and forsake them." "Our Father in heaven does not sin, and He does not allow people who sin to live with Him. To live with Him, we must repent of our sins. To repent means to feel sorry for our sins and stop doing them." "The forsaking of sin must be a permanent one. True repentance does not permit making the same mistake again" "There is one crucial test of repentance. This is abandonment of the sin" "…incomplete repentance never brought complete forgiveness" "Trying is not sufficient. Nor is repentance complete when one merely tries to abandon sin" Some interesting quotes from some men who lived quite moral lives. The identities of the men are not relevant at this time. I want to know who agrees or disagrees with the statements. Agree/Disagree? What say ye?