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Repentance

  1. 1. REPENTANCE The Lion’s Call For Ail Nation lntemationai Ministry i. ..u. .li. i» “, vi“i“iK‘ri an-u. .yw. |u 4» "YOU are the Light and Sa| t"Matt.5:1 3-16 WwW. t|cfan. org Pastor Leon Emmanue|
  2. 2. REPENTANCE i. The significance of the Hebrew word (riacham): means "to change His mind“ turning toward God. E><o. i 3:1 7; Job.42:6;i . Sam 15:29; 2. Repentance: the burden ofthe preaching. i/ iatt.3;4:i 7, i/ i|<. i :15. 3. Repentance is Exhortation to: i. To dvvell safely: Prov. i 22333 2. Evil to Good: Jer.7:3,5;26:3 3. Return to Lord: Hos. i4:i —3 4 Seek the Lord. Amos. 5246, 2 Chro.7:i4 5 For kingdom of God : i/ iatt.3:2 ”You are the Light and Sa| t"Matt.5:i 3-16 www. t|cfan. org By Pastor Leon Emmanue|
  3. 3. REPENTANCE 4. The Greek verb getavogco (metanoeo), translated "repent, " means a complete change of mind and has no emotional con—notation. 5. Since metanoeo and riacham are transitive verbs, they must have a subject and an object. Hence, the sub'ect changes his mind about some ob'ect in the context. 6. The salvation use of metanoeo: In each case, the unbeliever is the subject, while the Lord Jesus Christ is the object. l. (Matt. l2:4l; Mark l: l5; Luke 13:3, 5; 15:7, 10; 16:30-31; Acts 17:30; 20:21; 26:20; Heb. l2:l 7; 2 Pet. 3:9). 2. Note: The unbeliever does not repent toward sin, but toward the Savior. ”You are the Light and Sa| t"Matt.5:l 3-16 www. t|cfan. org By Pastor Leon Emmanue|
  4. 4. REPENTANCE 7. Salvation repentance is defined as a change of attitude toward Jesus Christ prior to receive salvation. A. The unbeliever cannot understand spiritual phenomena (1 Cor. 2:14), so the Holy Spirit acts as a human spirit in the percep—tion of the Gospel (John i6:8—i i; 2 Tim. 2:25). B. T ‘he Holy Spirit makes the Gospel both yvciiatg (griosis) and kn/ ‘yvcoatg (ep/ gnos/ s)in the soul ofthe unbeliever thereby facilitating his change of attitude. 8.The verb, metcinoeo, is also used for believers in phase two in the following manner: A. Change of attitude toward human good (Heb. 6:1). B. Change of attitude in reversionism toward doctrine (2 Cori 2:21; Rev. 2:5, 16, 22; 3:19). ”You are the Light and Sa| t"Matt.5:i 3-16 www. t|cfan. org By Pastor Leon Emmanuel
  5. 5. REPENTANCE 9 . The Greek verb, (metame/ omai), is also trans—lated "repent, " which is incorrect. This verb has an emotional connotation, indicating "regret" or "feeling sorry for something one has done. " 10 Four uses of metame/ oma/ : A. Regret ofa previous action (Matt. 21 :29). B. Regret of Judas lscariot (Matt. 27:3). Such regret occurred under emotional revolt; regret has no spiritual connotation or advantage. C. No regrets on God's part regarding salvation and spiritual gifts (Rom. 1 1:29). D. No regrets on the : ather‘s part regarding the appointment of Christ as High Priest (Heb. 7:21). ”You are the Light and Sa| t"Matt.5:i 3-16 www. t|cfan. org By Pastor Leon Emmanuel
  6. 6. REPENTANCE 11.The noun, getaivota (rnetanoia), meaning "Change of mind“ is used in the following passages: Acts 20:21, Romans 2:4; 2 Corinthians 7:9- 10; Hebrews 6:1, 6; 2 Peter 3:9 1. Repentance is changing of mind for God or evil Examples: Judas: l/ latt.27:3—5: Act.1 :1 6,1 8 ”You are the Light and Sa| t"Matt.5:1 3-16 www. t|cfan. org By Pastor Leon Emmanuel

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