Tag: Repentance

Meditating on 2 Corinthians 7:9-10 – Repentance

I’m studying one of many passages that I will be street preaching from this week (along with the Law & the Gospel). Perhaps a lack of understanding and applying 2 Cor. 7:9-10 is one of the biggest problems amongst today’s unbiblical churchianity? Many ‘professing’ Christians today are continually ‘repeating’ their sins, rather than continually ‘repenting,’

My analysis of the video ‘Repentance is not, I repeat, NOT a work,’ by Todd Friel (and do Cops ever reward citizens?)

I agree with Todd’s view on repentance in the below video. As I’ve said before “For there is no salvation without repentance. Repentance is not the ’cause’ of salvation, repentance is ‘because’ of salvation.” But the carnal, sensual, sinful, or worldly man will wrongfully call repentance a “works salvation.” Nonetheless, where Todd missed the mark

Faith and Repentance: Which Comes First?, by Dr. Sinclair Buchanan Ferguson

It might be reasonable to say that public Heralds are the most criticized portion of the Lord’s Church, and sadly it frequently comes from professing Christians. The area that I am most criticized for by professing Christians, is that I often preach repentance. Professing Christians that are opponents of preaching repentance, will even wrongfully call