Resources About Repentance
Browse by Topic
Browse by Scripture
Use the buttons to the right to filter the resources you want to see.
Idolatry is willful self-deception.
We’re continuing our study on “Pandemics, Plagues and Natural Disasters: What is God saying to us?” This week we take a look at two key lessons from scripture that God wants to teach us in a time of crisis. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Play On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” I’m so glad that you joined us today as we continue our study entitled, “Pandemics, Plagues and Natural Disasters … Read More >
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I have listened to your Running to Win broadcasts for several years and recently heard your series that dealt with …
Well my friend, what a lifestyle you have lived and what a predicament you are in.
One thing you need …
We keep remembering the sins that God has chosen to forget.
The parables of Jesus are ordinary stories with extraordinary lessons that expose our superficial faith and values. With His penetrating understanding of human nature, Jesus shows us the foolishness of … See More >
All of us have made decisions we’ve regretted. Some of our bad choices had few negative consequences; others have determined the direction of our lives. These messages give hope and help to those who believe they are trapped by a bad decision with ongoing consequences. Through example and Scripture …
“My soul cleaveth unto the dust: QUICKEN THOU ME according to Thy word.”—Psalm 119:25 “I am afflicted very much: QUICKEN ME, O Lord, according to Thy word.”—Psalm 119:107 “Plead my cause and deliver me: QUICKEN ME according to Thy word.”—Psalm 119:154 These words of Scripture define a true revival. It is a quickening according to God’s Word, not according to some man’s magnetism of eccentricity. A talented evangelist may swoop down upon a community and make a stir by sharp striking sayings, draw large crowds and quicken a kind of interest, but such a … Read More >
Judas gave us a glimpse of human nature without restraints, without the intervention of God’s grace, and without repentance.
God can forgive us, even if no one else does.
Many Christians become so discouraged because of their sins and failures that they give up on ever having fellowship with God again. They also fear that their broken relationships will … See More >