Sermons on Repentance
Matthew 4:12-17 Jesus withdrew from Judea to Galilee where He began to preach. His message, that same message we saw John the Baptist preach.
Matthew 3:1-12 Repentance is not optional, nor is it simply notional. Repentance that does not bear fruit is not repentance.
Matthew 3:1-2 John the Baptist comes heralding the message from the king.
Luke 24:44-49 The great commission as recorded by Luke. Jesus comes to His disciples and after proving Himself to be truly there, He opens His disciples understanding of scripture to both His person and work as foretold in the Old Testament prophecies. Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s eternal plan of redemption, as is the witness of the disciples in proclaiming repentance for the forgiveness of sins in Jesus name.
Luke 22:57-62. An incredibly disappointing event as we see the disciples who had been really the leader of the twelve deny three times that he knew Jesus.
Luke 15:11-32 Jesus tells a parable to teach those who are grumbling at the sight of sinners being welcomed by Jesus.
Luke 13:31-35 Jesus warned that Herod is seeking to kill Him responds with some amazing truth that we need to be familiar with. God is absolutely sovereign over salvation, but that doesn’t not in any way mean that man is not fully responsible for coming to God. Most who deny the doctrines of grace do so because they can’t see these clear truths of scripture.
Luke 13:22-30. As Jesus taught, often those listening were led to ask question regarding his message. On this occasion the question raised is this: “Lord, are there just a few who are being saved?” The answer Jesus gives has significance for all.
Luke 13:1-9 Is repentance necessary for salvation? Can one simply believe without ever repenting of sin and hope to be saved? Jesus answers this question with a resounding “NO!” In this extremely evangelistic sermon found in Luke 12:1-13:9 we see that our response to sin is very important.
Luke 9:23-27 Self denial, daily cross bearing, and following. The result of the saving grace of our Lord. There is a fundamental difference between believers, true disciples of Jesus, and the rest of the world not only in our confession of His identity but also in our response to who He is and what He has done that we might be saved. Though we are great sinners, we have a great savior, enough to save us from the consequence, the…