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Sermons about Repentance
There is a simple truth about salvation that many Christians would like to ignore, it is absolutely impossible for a person to place saving faith in Jesus Christ without a basic understanding and acceptance of the doctrines of Sin, Hell and Repentance. In short, we have to be willing to say "Repent" out lod.
1. True Faith: Responds to God Appropriately in all Circumstance 2. True Faith: Seeks Spiritual Restoration 3. True Faith: Leads to Repentance 4. True Faith: Leads to Mutual Confession 5. True Faith: Prays
In Mark 2:13-15 we see that: The Master Calls Sinners Personally and Powerfully. In v. 13 we see our Master’s personal mercy. In v. 14 we hear the Master call authoritatively. In vs. 14b-15 we see evidence of the Master’s calling.
Why do bad things happen? What are the lessons when they do? How should we handle tragedy? Jesus says "repent!" What does that mean, and how do we repent as "good" people?
The Distress of Sin should change our Condition and Disposition before God.
Sinners React to God's Mercy in Jonah 1:10-16 by: 1. Running, 2. Repenting and 3. Rejoicing
Jesus: The Lunatic, Deceiver. or Savior?
John Calvin rightly said: “Justification by faith is the hinge on which all true religion turns.”. I don’t want to lose sight of this as we go through the Sermon and look at true righteousness and hypocrisy. So, there is perhaps no better place in all of Scripture to go to lay these two truths side by side than the parable of Luke 18:9-14. I have referred to this several times, but this morning will take a closer look. It is a parable that holds before us the great truth of justification through faith, in contrast to justification through self-effort. It distinguishes, then, between a faith that saves and a faith that condemns. And Scripture is full of warnings that both kinds of faith exist among those who confess Christ. As Christ warned in Matt. 13, there are tares among the wheat; by outward appearance the tare looks identical to the wheat while growing, but becomes evident when it reaches maturity, at which point it yields a small black seed that can be poisonous to humans. In our passage this morning, Luke 18:9-14, the Lord exposes the heart of what may look like wheat on the outside but yields only the poison of hypocrisy and self-righteousness; and the true heart that yields the grain of humble repentance.
Dick Dungan of Rejoice Ministries brings a Word concerning our relationship with Our Beloved Pastor George and he also shares a sermon on Will Your Faith Stand The Integrity Test? Podcast Legend: 00:00 â€“ 38:15 â€“ Worship 38:16 â€“ 43:20 â€“ Pastor George prays 43:21 â€“ 44:48 â€“ Cookie brings a Word 44:49 â€“ 50:55 â€“ Pastor Georgeâ€™s radio preview 50:56 â€“ 52:47 â€“ Various announcements 52:48 â€“ 1:08:15 â€“ Betty speaks then Cindi & Pastor pray with her 1:08:16 â€“ 1:31:02 - Dick Dungan brings a Word concerning Our Beloved pastor George 1:30:03 â€“ 1:53:30 â€“ Dick Dungan of Rejoice Ministries shares on â€œWill Your Faith Stand The Integrity Test?â€ 1:53:31 â€“ 2:03:42 â€“ Closing Worship & Benediction
We have read and heard the story of the resurrection many times, but what do you believe? What does the world believe? The Eleven (Apostles) did not believe when they were told though they were with Him for 3-1/2 years and saw all He did. Jesus knows when we doubt but if we have faith and accept Him as Lord, He will open our minds to understand the scriptures (Luke 24:45)