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8/16/17 at 08:00 AM 0 Comments

Repentance Continues Throughout Our Lives

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Is repentance a one-time act?

Rob Ventura explains in this video that repentance is a change of mind that brings about a change of direction. It is an about-face, a 180-degree turn. One example of repentance comes from the life of the prodigal son, who confessed that he had sinned against God and his father and rejected the sinful life that he had lived. 

Repentance involves the turning to God and a rejection of sin and naturally is at the heart of the Gospel. It is not a one-time act. We are called to continually repent of sins. We repent and believe at conversion but the remainder of our lives is characterized by repentance.

1 Thessalonians 1:9 (NKJV) – “For they themselves declare concerning us what manner of entry we had to you, and how you turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God.”


Watch the video here: Repentance Continues Throughout Our Lives


Please consider coming to our national conference: Repentance - The Reformation Continues - October 26-28 in Asheville NC.

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