history September 12, 2020 Experiencing Deep Repentance Click to join the conversation with over 500,000 Pentecostal believers and scholars Click to get our FREE MOBILE APP and stay connected Sheen Schan | PentecostalTheology.com SIGN UP to RECEIVE our weekly NEWSLETTERS on PENTECOST Experiencing Deep Repentance PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThis book is not just about TRUMP Next articleQuestion Rapture Or No Rapture 24 Comments Reply December 22, 2019 Judy Dalton Amen Reply December 22, 2019 Mark Dowd Amen Reply December 22, 2019 Mary Lavetta Millner Amen Reply December 22, 2019 Nestor Hugo AMEN, HALLELUIA Reply December 22, 2019 Kenneth Eller Just make sure you don’t bow to the first Jesus that comes at the 6 th trump while we are still in the flesh body. That would be Satan/Antichrist. Reply December 22, 2019 Judy Mechling Amen Reply December 22, 2019 Dodie Salero Pelopero ….and Lord! Reply December 22, 2019 Carol Miller Yes Reply December 22, 2019 Kelvin Ekenta That’s true Reply December 22, 2019 John Lynch So true here Reply December 22, 2019 Cheryl Monroe AMEN…He is our only hope Reply December 23, 2019 Eva Lewis Amen yes so very very true Reply December 23, 2019 Litiana Diani Yes…very true. Reply December 23, 2019 Litiana Diani Amen….Amen Reply December 23, 2019 Sola Ajibade True, it a decision one must make before leaving the world to have joyous eternity. Reply December 24, 2019 It's Inside You So true. And one of the biggest problems in the church world today is the misconception that you can somehow accept the name of Jesus, without accepting His teachings. But to truly accept Jesus as your Lord means not only to call Him ‘Lord’. It means to do the things He taught! (Luke 6:46) That is a significant part of the teachings of Jesus which nobody tells you. http://bit.ly/truthaboutxtianity Reply December 25, 2019 Freda White Totally agree. Amen Reply December 27, 2019 Tina Harry Amen Reply December 29, 2019 Irma Garcia Yes true amen Lord amen Reply September 12, 2020 Troy Day YES repentance Ray E Horton RichardAnna Boyce Reply September 12, 2020 RichardAnna Boyce of course repentance is COMPULSORY for believers to earn Millennium rewards; but behavioural repentance is work based faith for unbelievers. We are saved by grace only, through faith ONLY, in Christ ONLY, not the quality of our works based repentance. Reply September 12, 2020 Louise Cummings Amen. Reply September 12, 2020 Ray E Horton I agree! It is all about, I surrender all. “Without knowingly and honestly giving your life to Jesus, there is no rebirth into the life of Christ. It is all about, I surrender all. ” All to Jesus I surrender all.” You got to REPENT of your sins and keep growing into the life Christ. The first step in the path of surrender is to believe in God and to acknowledge that there is a void in you that only He can fill. Once you realize how much you need the Lord, the next step is to ask for God’s help and intervention. You can’t surrender to His will until you invite the Lord Jesus Christ to forgive your sins and to come into your heart and your life. It is all about I surrender all, to fully trusting in Him for your salvation and desiring to live for Him fully, that is by letting Him to remove that things (Sin) in your life that aren’t pleasing to our Holy and righteous God. Surrender is not a one time deal. It needs to be repeated every time you face a challenges in any aspect of your life.” Reply November 21, 2020 Troy Day Jesse Morrell Repentance means that you change the way you think about something, as well as trying your best to not do it again. So, if you do not repent, that means that you are still willfully sinning, and those willful sins will not be Forgiven. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment * Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.