What Is Repentance?
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What Is Repentance?
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The spirit of our age encourages us not to feel bad about ourselves and to build up our self-esteem. Yet to become a Christian and then to maintain a healthy Christian life, we must practice repentance?acknowledging with sorrow our sin and yearning for holiness and increased obedience to God?s will. In this pamphlet, Jeremy Walker explains from the Scriptures what it means to repent by turning from our sin and turning to God. He provides biblical portraits of repentance and practical steps toward developing this important characteristic in our lives.
?Reading Jeremy Walker?s pamphlet What Is Repentance? feels like following a physician of souls into a spiritual operating room and seeing him lay open the human heart. He first briefly shows us the nature of sin and its devastating consequences. Then, with precision, he uses a surgeon?s scalpel to skillfully separate false and true repentance so that we may truly find salvation in Jesus Christ. This is a book every Christian should read and place in the hands of those who are seriously inquiring about the way to life.?
?Conrad Mbewe, pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church, Zambia, and conference speaker
About the Author:
JEREMY WALKER is a pastor of Maidenbower Baptist Church in Crawley, England, and is the author of Passing Through: Pilgrim Life in the Wilderness.
What Is Repentance? by Walker, Jeremy was published by Reformation Heritage Books in December 2015 and is our 50510th best seller. The ISBN for What Is Repentance? is 9781601784315.
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|Author / Artist||Walker, Jeremy|
|Publisher||Reformation Heritage Books (December 2015)|
|Page last updated||21st February 2018|