The Gospel of Repentance Ministries
The Apostle Paul in Romans chapter three describes clearly what is justification by faith in Christ. For his readers - most likely primarily Jews, they misconstrued his message. Apparently, there were some that claimed that Paul was advocating that sal...
Do we have a right to be mad at God because things do not go the way we want them to go? Is our misfortune God's fault? Is God "obligated" to do for us what we want? What if God decides not to answer our prayer?
On the surface, this phrase sounds like a contradiction. How in the world is unbelief positive and negative in God's economy? Stay tuned to find out.
Such a morbid question I know. But everyone has an appointment with death. Are you ready? Can we be assured of where we are headed when we die? The Bible provides the answers we need.
This is what most Pastors have unsaved people recite; a prayer admitting they are a sinner. Also for them to trust in the atonement of Jesus Christ to receive salvation. Is this all it takes to be saved, merely reciting some words?
Jesus had a conversation with a Samaritan woman at Jacob's well in the fourth chapter of John. If one studies the account between Jesus, this woman and the other people of Samaria, we learn some interesting things regarding their faith in Christ.
In this episode we quickly examine the lives of the rich young ruler and the Zaccheus, a chief tax collector. Both men had encounters with Jesus. One was well respected in society and the other was despised. Which one was justified in the sight of God?
This is a very very important question. Your eternal life hangs in the balance regarding this matter. Many believe truth is strictly in the eyes of the beholder, or it is simply relative. Is it okay to accept the ideology of,
Numerous people have claimed to do it. If someone has committed their lives to the devil is there any hope for that person? Are they eternally lost? Or can they be delivered by the power of God and His grace? Stay tuned to find out. - -
Is there a difference between the two ideas? Is one more severe than the other? We know God hates sin. Does he judge mistakes as severely or not at all? Tune in to find out.