Sermons on Repentance
Mark 1:14-17; Luke 15:1-7 — God rejoices over welcoming humanity back into right relationship through Christ.
Luke 22:24-34 — Jesus prays for us and welcomes us back into his mission and service, even when we have failed and fallen short.
Luke 4:5-8 — As he resists temptation, Jesus shows us the way to turn from idolatry to worship.
2 Peter 3.3-9 — God does not wish for any to perish, but all to come to repentance; we are part of His work.
2 Timothy 2.14-26 — Godly ‘winning’ is wanting God’s best for the other, even an opponent.
2 Corinthians 7.8-11 — God’s Word and Spirit, given to us in love, convicts and calls us to repentance and leads to life.
Luke 24:44-49 — God has planned and prepared our salvation since the foundation of the world.
Matthew 3:1-17 — Jesus baptism re-frames the meaning and our experience of repentance, resulting in the forgiveness of sin for all who trust him.
Revelation 2:18-29 — Are there things of which I need, but refuse, to repent? The letter to Tyatira serves as a sobering warning that, though God is patient and loving, we cannot rebel indefinitely.
John 2 – The Wedding and Temple scene help us consider what needs to be filled up and overturned in our life.