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#4. REPENT AFTER BELIEVING IN JESUS
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- Repentance studies index
- Introduction 4
- #4.02 The Foolish Virgins were not Righteous
#4.04 Servants of Sin are not Righteous
#4.06 The robber on the Cross was not Righteous
- #4.08 The Luke Warm Laodiceans were not Righteous
#4.10 Simon the sorcerer was not Righteous
#4.12 Saul was not Righteous
- #4.14 Righteousness Comes After Chastisement, not Before
#4.16 Baptism is Required to Fulfil all Righteousness
#4.18 We Must Forgive Before we are Forgiven
- #4.20 Believers Need to Cleanse Themselves
#4.22 Believers Need to Purify Themselves
#4.24 Doers of God's Word are Justified, not Hearers
- #4.26 Righteousness has to be Sought for
#4.28 Righteousness has to be learned
#4.30 Righteousness has to be Waited for
- #4.32 Crowns of Righteousness are Given After the Fight of Faith has Finished
#4.34 Some will need to Die in Order to Become Righteous
#4.36 Robes of Righteousness are Given After Death
- #4.38 Stony Hearts do not Automatically Become Good Ground
#4.40 The Demons Believe that Jesus is the Son of God
#4.42 Sin and Sickness are linked Together
- #6. HOW TO REPENT OF SINS?
This is a bible study proving with many scriptures that sins are not automatically forgiven (in a manifested sense) when we first believe in Jesus, or get water baptized. This section is for those people who believe that past sins are automatically forgiven when we become believers in Jesus Christ, or those others who believe that sins are removed from our heart when we are water baptized. If the devil can deceive us into believing either of these errors, then he will be able to prevent us from seeking for the cleansing that is so necessary to enable us to overcome sin in our own lives. He will also be able to keep us from being healed sometimes, deceive us in other areas, and keep us living without the manifestation of the real spiritual power of God in our lives. The fact that forgiveness of all sins is a PROMISE has already been shown (See #2), and all promises can be asked for and received by faith when we believe in Jesus (2 Corinthians 1:20; Matthew 7:7-11; Mark 11:23-24). This does not mean that they are immediately manifested.
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