SERMONS ON REPENTANCE

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REPENTANCE SERMON OUTLINES

by Jeff Strite

OPENING: A fellow named Louie, deep in debt, was thinking of ending it all. "That's ridiculous," says his neighbor, who was a chemist. "Look, I can give you a pill that will put you in a state of suspended animation. I'll say you died - but then I'll ship your body to another state, where you can be revived and start a new life." Louie agreed, and the...

by Benny Perez

Today we continue a New Series for the New Year: More. I believe that this Year is a Year of More. That Jesus is More than enough for you and for me. That He is going to give you More Grace, Peace, Power and Purpose. More starts and ends with Jesus. He is More Than Enough For You. Today I want to continue with More Repentance...

by Jerry Watts

Authentic Christianity! What comes to your mind when you hear that phrase? This week I prayed and thought about this question because I want to understand what it is that people think and believe is 'Christianity that is authentic.' I don't think I figured it out and, in all likelihood, didn't do it justice...

by David Cawston

There is hardly anything more fundamental to the life of a believer than repentance. There is nothing more life giving. That is why the devil tries so hard to discredit it! Mention repentance to some believers and immediately they think of condemnation, brow beating, negativity...

by Rick Ferguson

What is the one element of conversion and salvation that is least often spoken of-even often avoided-and yet without it conversion can't possibly take place in a man or woman's life? It is the part of salvation that is absolutely essential and yet is spoken of the least: It is the element of repentance...

by Jesse Hendley

Conversion is that voluntary change in the mind of the unsaved in which he TURNS, on the one hand, FROM SIN; and on the other hand, TO CHRIST. 1. Turning FROM SIN is REPENTANCE. Negative. 2. Turning TO CHRIST is FAITH. Positive. This turning, from sin to Christ, is man's part...

by Stan Coffey

Well, I am excited about this crowd tonight and about the subject I have for us. I have been talking on Sunday nights about the Biblical foundations of our faith. You know there are some things we can differ on, and we can still go to heaven. We can differ on the meaning of the seven horns and the seven crowns and the seven heads on the...

by Clarence E. Macartney

Midnight on the Mount of Olives. The full Passover moon is shining in the Syrian sky, bathing mountain, valley, hillside, and plain, and the ancient city of David in its soft light. Below us is the valley of Kedron, and on the other side rise the huge walls of Jerusalem with their tremendous foundations...

by Eddie Snipes

Repentance is not an ugly word, but it is a positive evaluation that I make so that I can gain God's plan for my life. Many people have misconceptions of what repentance is. There are three principles of repentance that I want to discuss here. The first two is are a comparison between worldly...

by J. Gerald Harris

The apostle Paul was an itinerant preacher. He went from country to country and city to city preaching the gospel and planting churches. In the 17th chapter of the book of Acts, we find the record of three major stops that Paul made on his second missionary journey. The first stop...

by Richard Bradley

1 The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah. 2 Hear, O heavens, and give ear, O earth! For the Lord has spoken: ''I have nourished and brought up children, And they have rebelled against Me; 3 The ox knows its...

by Patrick Edwards

The God of Genesis has been a God of great revelation, work, and power. We've seen God craft the heavens and the earth by the power of His Word. We've seen Him pour breath into the lungs of Adam, personally forming Eve from Adam's body. We've seen God speak directly, clearly, and personally to His people. We saw Him close the...

by Daniel Rodgers

Last week I began our six-part series on the subject of tears-"Tears for Every Occasion." By the way, aren't you glad God has given us tears? Tears are a release and an expression of our emotions. If we were not able to shed tears, we would be a pitiful bunch indeed. Last Wednesday our subject was, "Tears of Joy." Tonight I want to...

by Rick White

God desires that we learn to veiw life from His perspective. In order to teach us, He will often time reprove (rebuke) us. Our response to His rebuke determines what we learn about life from His perspective. 8 For though I caused you sorrow by my letter, I do not regret it; though I did regret it {for} I see that that...

by Fred Lowery

The Favor of God, remember, is when God sets His gaze upon you or upon me; any one of us ordinary people. God, for reasons known only to Him, at certain times in your life for His purposes, He sets His gaze upon you, even the little details of your life and gives you favor. I'm telling you, many times it happens and you're not even...

by Mark Karris

All of us in this room have stories. We all have our unique experiences from our past, which have in essence, have shaped us into the people that we are today. We have had our blessings and blunders and our trials and our testimonies. We have some happy and memorable moments and we have those painful and...

by Ernest Easley

If you haven't learned yet just how personal and practical the Bible is .. I believe that you're going to in the next few minutes. What you're going to discover this morning about guilt from the 38th Psalm .. a lot of people pay a lot of money to psychologist learn.When it comes to helping you deal with guilt .. the psychologist may be...