Repentance not to be repented of
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Repentance not to be repented of A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse October 18. 1612. Diuided into foure passages: whereof the 1. is The reclaiming of the fugitiue. 2. The honourable voiage. 3. The acceptable houre. 4. The vnmasking of the hypocrite. Since reuiewed and enlarged by William Hull Doctor in Diuinitie. by William Hull

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Published by Printed by Arnold Hatfield for Henry Fetherston in London .
Written in English


  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

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SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1144:16.
The Physical Object
Pagination[5], 76, [1] leaves
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18583265M

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The Sixth Trumpet 20 Now the rest of mankind who were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the works of their hands. They did not stop worshiping demons and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone, and wood, which cannot see or hear or walk. 21 Furthermore, they did not repent of their murder, sorcery, sexual immorality, and theft.   When Jesus said, “I have not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance” (Luke ), he did not mean that some persons are good enough not to need repentance. He meant some think they are (Luke ), and others have already repented and have been set right with God. For example, the rich young ruler desired “to justify himself. Repentance in the Gospel of John - GTY. Repentance is woven into the very fabric of the Gospel of John, though the word itself is never employed. In the account of Nicodemus, for example, repentance was clearly suggested in Jesus' command to be "born again" (John ). Repentance was the point of the Old Testament illustration our Lord gave Nicodemus (John ).

Godly sorrow leads to genuine repentance, and repentance leads to conversion (see Acts ). Further, the book of Revelation admonishes us to repent as well (see chapters 2 and 3). What Are Some Author: Aretha Grant. Repentance is an act of faith in Jesus Christ—an acknowledgment of the power of His Atonement. We can be forgiven only on His terms. As we gratefully recognize His Atonement and His power to cleanse us from sin, we are able to “exercise [our] faith unto repentance” (Alma ).   Repentance is not a work we do to earn salvation. No one can repent and come to God unless God pulls that person to Himself (John ). Repentance is something God gives—it is only possible because of His grace (Acts ; ). No one can repent unless God grants repentance. All of salvation, including repentance and faith, is a.   Nor had they repented of their sins of murder, involvement in sorcery and in sexual immorality. They could and should have repented of all these things. They chose not to. For that they were accountable to God. Revelation The final reference to repentance comes in Rev where the Seven Bowls of God’s Wrath are poured out.

I recommend this book to anyone seeking authentic surrender to God--through joyful repentance, not exhausting penitence. Read more. 9 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Nathan. out of 5 stars Repentance and Humility. Reviewed in the United States on Octo /5(12). Repentance was TOWARDS God, and Jesus NOT from our sins. IF you teach repentance from sins as a requirement for Eternal Life you start to run into to all kinds of problems. The word Repentant in this book is put under a microscope and the author does a great job anyalizing the meaning/5(21).   The Book of Mormon teaches us that we can’t live with God after this life unless we repent (see Alma ).Sin makes us figuratively unclean, and no unclean thing can dwell in the kingdom of God (see 1 Nephi ).But because God wants us to live with Him someday, He provided a way for us to cleanse ourselves from the sullying effects of sin. The words "repent," "repentance," and "repented" are mentioned over times in the Bible. [2] Repentance typically requires an admission of guilt for committing a wrong or for omitting to do the right thing; a promise or resolve not to repeat the offense; an attempt to make restitution for the wrong, or in some way to reverse the harmful.