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Repentance CANNOT save I'm writing on the topic of repentance in regards to salvation because this is a subject that is very misinterpreted today, (even amongst Independent, Fundamental Baptists) and there’s a LOT of false teaching out there under the guise of repentance that is actually teaching a works-based salvation. The mistake that most people make is that, whenever they see the word "repent" in the Bible, they add these words after it: “of your sins”. So whenever they see the word "repent" they just automatically add "of sin"... repent of your sin. In fact, they o
from my facebook note: https://www.facebook.com/notes/damon-lee-gang/every-verse-containing-repent-in-some-english-form/10152556451589357 Every Verse Containing Repent In Some English Form June 25, 2014 at 7:14pm (please report any missing verses) Words: Repent, Repented, Repentance, Repenteth, Repenting, Repentest, Repentings Genesis 6:6-7 Exodus 13:17, 32:12, 32:14 Leviticus NONE Numbers 23:19 Deuteronomy 32:36 Joshua NONE Judges 2:18, 21:6, 21:15 Ruth NONE 1 Samuel 15:11, 29, 35 2 Samuel 24:16 1 Kings 8:47 2 Kings NONE 1 Chronicles 21:15 2 Chronicles NONE Ezra NONE Nehemiah NONE Esth
Repent Part 1: A SERIES OF MEDITATIONS ON THE WORD June 26, 2014 at 9:50am Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. People generally don't read really long articles so we will explore and discuss what it means to repent together, in parts. In the days after creation the number of people grew. Mankind was wicked and God was "angry" that the internal thoughts of man were constantly about doing hurt to other people. So the Bible says that "it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart." We see that the word repent in Genesis 6:6 has a prim
Since it is obvious that Repentance is necessary for salvation, we should be concerned with what it is as soul winners, but I wonder how often the word is actual defined properly. Can you define repentance as it relates to salvation with the following 1. Using the lexical meaning of the word and not your own preconceived theological notions of what the word means 2. taking into account the context of biblical passages that contain the word