Tag Archives: repentance

Broken from Sin

May 3, 2015

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Every once in a while I post something more than once.  Why?  Because if it is something I strongly feel all Christians should see I want to provide the opportunity.  So, if you have never seen this video, please take the time to watch it.  Turn off the television, grab a beverage, and get ready […]

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Does Your Life Include True Repentance?

November 14, 2012

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In Luke 24, Jesus directed His people to spread the message of  “repentance and the forgiveness of sins” in his name.  Recently, we looked at what the word “repent” actually means, but what does true repentance look like when lived out in the life of a believer?  To answer this question, I encourage you to visit Vassal […]

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Dangerous Places – 4

August 23, 2012

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 If you are professing to be a Christian yet the sin in your life doesn’t bring you great grief, you are in an extremely dangerous place!  When a man of God sins, two hearts get broken. The heart of God and the heart of the man.  If this is not the case with you, I question whether you are a man […]

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What Does the Word “Repent” Really Mean?

June 8, 2012

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When John MacArthur teaches that repentance is mandatory for salvation, multitudes of people grow furious and quickly fire off the charge that if one must repent to be forgiven, than salvation is based on works, and so MacArthur’s teaching is heresy.  These accusations aren’t reserved for MacArthur, either.  I have been told on many occasions […]

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