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Dave Dunham considers the role of small groups in regards to confession, discipleship and accountability.
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No more ungrateful temper tantrums
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how do we react when given a second chance? With gratitude & change, or with relief at having gotten away with it?»
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In an effort to clear up any confusion about what it means to “repent,” a leader from Harvest Christian Fellowship’s student ministries spells out the “5 R’s of Repentance” in a recent blog representing the church-led evangelistic youth movement, Uprising. “I decided to write about repentance because it seems that both Christians and non-Christians can be […] The post 5 R’s of repentance»
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This will preach!“In fear-based repentance, we don’t learn to hate the sin for itself, and it doesn’t lose its attractive power. We learn only to refrain from it for our own sake.But when we rejoice over God’s sacrificial, suffering love for us — seeing what it cost him to save us from sin — we learn to hate the sin for what it is. We see what the sin cost God.What most assures us of God’s unconditional l»
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Repentance isn’t one of those popular topics to discuss for most people. In fact, a lot of followers of Christ (me included) often push this subject to the back of the line behind other current trending ones. I think it has a lot to do with the fact that we don’t want to offend people or “judge” them. Are we more concerned with how we might offend others or if we are offending God? Are we really loving others if we are content as they con»
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REPENT!–for some people this sounds about as much fun as a root canal. But Repentance is gaining in popularity around the world as there is a growing awareness that the depth of our social, geo-political and economic problems require a The post Day Of Repentance appeared first on
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Today, the twelfth anniversary of 9/11, has been declared as a National Day of Prayer and Repentance by Jewish Voice’s good friend Rabbi Jonathan Cahn and others, who see our prayers as critical for the success and survival of this nation. We agree. Please join us in praying in particular for a few of the many areas that weigh on our hearts here at Jewish Voice Ministries. America’s support of Israel was considered secure in times past, based»
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“It’s God’s kindness that leads us to repentance. So why do I think harshness will lead my kids/husband/friend/co-worker to repentance? My tone either can hinder or encourage repentance. Which tone will I choose?” Those words flitted across my heart and I knew. . . I was guilty. . . Guilty of tonal offense. Tonal offense is when my words alone are well chosen, but they sound like words of death. They come from a burning heart – one inju»
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I’m trying to walk as a new man, I want you to show me who I am Oh God have made me new, You’ve restored my heart, and turned this ashes to life. Oh God, you have pulled me through, The post Stages Of Repentance appeared first on