Tag Archives: repentance

Biblical Repentance

Biblical Repentance (Reading time: 9.1 minutes) Contents Repentance is Essential Renewing Our Minds A Choice and a Process Summary Article Repentance is Essential God has a plan to redeem humanity, buying us back from our enslavement to sin, replacing our sinful nature with godly nature, and restoring us to his image. Our repentance is essential Read More…

Silencing the Accuser

Silencing the Accuser Read the Summary (Reading time: 0.4 minutes) (Total reading time: 7.7 minutes) Contents Introduction Sin in Our Lives Succumbing to Weakness Condemning Thoughts Step 1 – Exercise Humility Step 2 – Confess Guilt Step 3 – Repent Summary Article Introduction In an earlier article, we discovered the word “Satan” is a title Read More…

What’s Going on in America?

What’s Going on in America? (Reading time: 19 minutes) Contents Introduction God’s Kingdom Versus Satan’s The End Times America Increasing Spiritual Conflict The American Church Our Response Closing Thoughts Summary Introduction This article is based on what Larry Fox believes the Lord told him from 1999 through 2015 about America. Many Christians say God will Read More…

Repentance is for Believers

Repentance is for Believers (Reading time:  8.1 minutes) Contents Article Application Summary Article Christians will probably agree that for a person to become a child of God, they must repent of their sin and accept Jesus as Lord and Savior. If someone does not repent, I seriously doubt we can call them a Christian, because Read More…

Personal Success

Personal Success Reading time:  7.5 minutes Contents Article Application Summary Article In our culture, success usually wears a dollar sign. We consider success and wealth synonymous, but that’s not a biblical perspective. The New Testament uses a Greek word four times that’s typically translated “prosper” or “succeed,” and sometimes used to justify a belief in Read More…

Changing Our Attitude

Changing Our Attitude (Reading time: 4.7 minutes) Contents Article Application Summary Article What we think determines what we do. While many Christians emphasize changing our behavior, this alone leads to frustration because it doesn’t change the way we think, which governs our behavior. In a previous article, we saw that biblical repentance literally means transforming Read More…