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REPENTANCE (See SALVATION; GROWTH SPIRITUAL)

Deuteronomy; Principle #4; Deut. 1:34-46; p. 224
Authentic Repentance: When we have disobeyed God and suffered the consequences, we are to confess our sins and then rely on God's strength to enable us to live in His will.
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Deuteronomy; Principle #33; Deut. 31:30-33:29; p. 262
God's Compassionate Heat: Even though we fall God as believers, if we repent and turn from our sins, He will restore us and have intimate fellowship with us.
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Joshua; Principle #16; Josh. 8:1-29; p. 280
Forgiveness and Freedom: Even though we fail God miserable, we should confess our sins, repent, and be restored to our heavenly Father.
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1 Samuel; Principle #39; 1 Sm. 24:1-22; p. 382
False Repentance: Even though we may be overcome with guilt and remorse, we must not automatically conclude that we have experienced true repentance.
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1 Kings; Principle #35; 1 Kg. 20:30-43; p. 465
Hardness of Heart: When God is displeased with our actions, we are to listen and repent rather than respond with resentment and anger.
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1 Chronicles; Principle #12; 1 Ch. 21:1-8; p. 533
A Repentant Heart: When we are confronted with our sins, we are to respond with repentant and broken hearts.
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2 Chronicles; Principle #31; 2 Ch. 31:1-21; p. 582
True Repentance: When we experience true repentance, we will turn away from our sinful ways and reflect the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
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Ezra; Principle #14; Ezr. 9:10-10:17; p. 607
True Repentance: If we are violating God's will, we should confess our sins and once again walk in fellowship with God and one another.
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Nehemiah; Principle #16; Neh. 9:1-10:29; p. 626
Confession and Repentance: When we discover specific areas in our lives that are out of harmony with God's will, we should confess our sins and respond with repentant hearts.
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Psalm; Principle #31; Ps 32; p. 723
Instructing Others: When we have sinned against God, we must experience true brokenness and repentance before we are qualified to admonish others.
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Psalm; Principle #49; Ps 51; p. 741
Authentic Repentance: When we sin and walk out of God's will, we are to respond to His loving discipline with a repentant and broken heart.
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Isaiah; Principle #2; Isa. 1:2-20; p. 910
Corporate Repentance: As local churches, we should repent when we have taken advantage of God's grace.
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Jeremiah; Principle #8; Jer. 3:19-4:4; p. 992
True Repentance: When we become aware of our sins, we should engage in repentance that comes from the heart.
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Jeremiah; Principle #10; Jer. 6:9-30; p. 997
A Seared Conscience: True repentance must include a sense of shame combined with a humble and teachable spirit.
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Jonah; Principle #1; Jnh. 1:1-10; p. 1207
Transparency: When we deliberately disobey God and suffer the consequences, we should be open and honest about our sins.
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Matthew; Principle #4; Mt. 3:1-12; p. 1286
The Message of Repentance: To have forgiveness of sins and to live in fellowship with God, we must experience true repentance.
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Luke; Principle #30; Lk. 12:54-13:9; p. 1407
True Repentance: To experience eternal life and avoid eternal death, we must all repent of our sins and receive God's gift of salvation.
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Acts; Principle #45; Acts 24:22-27; p. 1523
The Spirit's Conviction: When we hear the truth and experience conviction because of our sins, we should respond in faith and repentance.
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Revelation; Principle #18; Rev. 8:7-13; p. 1796
Hardened Hearts: We are to warn unbelievers to respond to the message of salvation immediately and not to harden their hearts.
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Revelation; Principle #28; Rev. 15:5-16:21; p. 1806
God's Patience: We must understand that the seals, trumpets, and bowls are a series of intense warnings giving people an opportunity to repent before they face God's final judgment.
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