theology February 16, 2019 DAYS OF PENTECOSTAL THEOLOGY: What is TRUE Repentance? Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Theological difference between the sinners prayer and prayer of repentance Have We Gone Too Far With Repentance? Bro. Paul Washer, is Sinners Prayer really sending people to hell? Unmerited favor is NOT a good definition of Biblical grace WAS Cornelius saved before Peter preached? REPENTANCE LEADS TO SALVATION BACK to the BASICS: PREACHING OF HOLINESS ESSENTIAL TO REVIVALS Confession is saying something. Repentance is doing something. Repentance and Baptism: Do you see them as separate? We are in a NEED for Repentance John Wesley on ENTIRE SANCTIFICATION: Our main doctrines are three: repentance, faith and holiness PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleDo most Pentecostals still hold premillennial eschatology? Next articleDAYS OF PENTECOSTAL THEOLOGY: What is salvation? 13 Comments Reply February 16, 2019 Ray E Horton Changing ones heart to turn around back to Jesus. It doesn’t necessarily even have to involve sin. If we are going about life our own way without consulting the Lord for guidance, we can repent of that and turn to Him for direction for life. Reply February 16, 2019 Varnel Watson Repentance by definition is repenting especially for misdeeds or moral shortcomings. How to use repentance in a sentence. BUT is it an action or a process? Reply February 16, 2019 Ray E Horton Metanoia, a transliteration of the Greek μετάνοια, is “a transformative change of heart.” It’s a decision of faith, which, like all faith, is proved out by action. “When he realized he was wrong, he changed course (repented) and started doing it God’s way.” “Once he believed, he repented of his old way of thinking, which you could see by how he lived.” “When he realized he was preaching false doctrine, he repented and changed his message.” Reply February 17, 2019 Varnel Watson tell us more about this Isara Mo you’ve got a shot at it Reply September 12, 2019 RichardAnna Boyce Free Grace: The word metamelomai is usually defined as “change one’s mind, regret, repent” and expresses emotional sorrow over a past decision or stance. The six uses of metamelomai in the New Testament never refer to the repentance associated with salvation. Laubach states that the term looks back, “Hence, it does not necessarily cause a man to turn to God.” Vincent notes that metamelomai has “a meaning quite foreign to repentance in the ordinary gospel sense.” Gentry agrees with Vincent and concludes, “It is simply never used in the gospel message.” Indeed, 2 Corinthians 7:8-10 shows that sorrow, expressed by metamelomai, is not identical with repentance, expressed by metanoew. In this passage, Paul explains that sorrow can lead to repentance or death. Judas regretted (metamelomai ) his betrayal of Jesus, but did not find salvation (Matt. 27:3). Thus the use of metamelomaito connect soteriological repentance with emotional sorrow for sins has no biblical or lexical foundation. Usually, the connection is assumed without an attempt to explain any biblical or lexical relationship. Reply September 13, 2019 Varnel Watson “change one’s mind, regret, repent” is not YET repentance Reply September 14, 2019 Neil Steven Lawrence A forgotten word in post modern times! Reply September 14, 2019 Varnel Watson Truth is Joseph Prince and his gree grace are now preaching salvation with OUT repentance Go figure – certainly NOT what JESUS preached Reply August 16, 2020 Isara Mo Re phrase it.. “What is GENUINE repentance..?” Reply August 16, 2020 John Duncan Number one you have to see your sin number two you have to ashamed of your sin number three you have to be sorrowful for your sin number four you have to turn away from your sin and fifth you need to hate your sin Reply August 17, 2020 Troy Day cant get saved without repentance Reply August 18, 2020 Isara Mo Troy Day Dead in sin is one state of being. Dead to sin is another state of being. So true repentance is a child like innocence of Adam and Eve who were naked and weren’t ashamed… Reply August 18, 2020 Troy Day is what the world needs right now Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.