Our Nature Can Be Transformed

Can God punish a man for doing evil when He knows no evil?

Does a solid rock punish a man who kicks against it, or does it even know of the anger motivating the act? Naturally, the rock stands unmoved by the blows, but after a few hard kicks a toe might be less than comfortable. Obviously, the rock isn't mean or judging. But until the individual's nature is transformed and he conquers human will, he could continue to be rough on himself to the point where he might become extremely uncomfortable. We read in Acts, "It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks." Acts 9:5;

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