Repentance // Our Only Hope
There’s so much talk about sin in our day, but there isn’t much talk about the solution to sin – repentance. This causes us to be uninformed of the essential, high place, repentance has in God’s Kingdom. In our new series, Repentance // Our Only Hope, we will be looking at the doctrine of repentance so we can see it as a priority and a necessity. It is our only hope, the Church’s only hope, and our nation’s only hope!
Repentance // Our Only Hope (Part 4)
Pastor Steve Berger | September 27, 2020
In the final part of Repentance // Our Only Hope, Pastor Steve is live outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington D.C. where he calls America to repentance. Just like the people of Nineveh, we must hear the word of the Lord, turn from our wicked ways, and repent – it’s our only hope for healing and restoration. It’s time for America to have her Nineveh moment!
Repentance // Our Only Hope (Part 3)
Pastor Steve Berger | September 20, 2020
In Part 3, Pastor Steve deals with the dangers of delaying repentance. The first danger is the hardening of your heart, the second is missing your timeframe to repent, and the third danger is that tomorrow isn’t promised. When the Holy Spirit prompts you to repent, do not harden your heart – do it right now!
Repentance // Our Only Hope (Part 2)
Pastor Steve Berger | September 13, 2020
In Part 2, Pastor Steve focuses on the concentrated list of sins Jesus tells the Church to repent of in Revelation 2 and 3. Of the seven churches in this letter, five of them are instructed to repent from very specific things – things which are very applicable to each one of us, and the global Church, today. If we want to see change, repentance is our only hope…luckily it’s God’s best news!
Repentance // Our Only Hope (Part 1)
Pastor Steve Berger | September 6, 2020
In Part 1 of Repentance // Our Only Hope, Pastor Steve lays a foundation for the doctrine of repentance so we can begin to see repentance as a priority and a necessity. It is our only hope, the Church’s only hope, and our nation’s only hope! Repentance is complete when the conviction of sin, the turning from sin, and the confession of sin, collides with the kindness of God in a redemptive embrace!