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Sermons about Repentance
Dave continues his series from the book of Luke, speaking of Jesus, what true repentance looks like and our fruitfulness.
Today Ronnie talks about reconciliation and forgiveness. Working from Matthew 5:43-44 and Luke 17:3-5, he reminds us that forgiveness and reconciliation are foundational in our walk with Christ. Christ's forgiveness is inexhaustible and beyond numbers because he delights in showing mercy.
A church can be theologically spot-on but going through the motions. Are we motivated by the love of and for God?
Today Ronnie talks about King David's past. A man after God's own heart, who has a "checkered" past, including adultery and murder. Yet he still repents, accepts and steps into God's grace, knowing that only God can save him, by being cleansed, restored and used... by God.
It seems that the common belief that people have is that if they live a good life, and they die, when they get to heaven God weighs their good deeds against their bad deeds and if the good outweighs the bad, then they are safe and God accepts them into heaven. But this passage is very clear. In Him there is no darkness at all. God by his very nature will not allow ANY sin into heaven. And since we are all sinners, where is the hope?
Have you ever made a mistake that the consequences seemed huge? Well your not a long. King David did just that. How did he get there? What was his response? Can a person prevent these types of mistakes? This message explores these questions.
In this sermon we look at the reality that there is a sin which God won't forgive.
Many speak highly of Jesus Christ and the Christian Life. But when you look at their actions and the way they live their lives, they are just like the world. This is opposed to Christ Jesus! God knows their heart and if they do not die to themselves and be born again, they will hear the words "I do not know you" on the day of judgment.