Tag Archives: repentance

2 Peter 3:9

Have you ever experienced an “ah-ha moment” about something which, although you kind-of sort-of thought you understood–you might never really have quite gotten the full meaning of? “The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise [of final judgment], as … Continue reading

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Romans 8:1

Are you forgiven? I’m not implying, of course, that you’ve committed terrible sins–nor am I suggesting that forgiveness is not available to you if you have. What I am asking, rather, is–when you look at yourself in the mirror in … Continue reading

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II Corinthians 7:10

We’ve all heard the verse about “godly sorrow” versus the “sorrow of the world,” but what does this verse mean, and is there really a difference in the ways the people of God grieve, as opposed to the way others … Continue reading

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Psalm 139:16b

Are you ready to die? If you knew today was your last day, would you be at peace, or would you be secretly terrified? Although this might sound like a particularly strange question, the truth is that none of us … Continue reading

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Matthew 5:25, 26

How long are you going to live? When you got up this morning, did it occur to you that there is absolutely no guarantee that this isn’t the last day of your life, or the life of someone you love? … Continue reading

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Deuteronomy 29:19

Are you living the way you ought to be? Or are you ignoring the fact that there is something in your life that doesn’t quite line up with how God wants you to live? There are many people–both inside and … Continue reading

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