true repentance

Part 7 - The Gospel & Mission

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The gospel is simultaneously at work in us and through us. Inwardly, our desires and motives are being changed as we repent and believe the gospel. As we experience Christ’s love in this way, we are compelled to engage those around us with the same kind of redemptive love. God’s grace brings renewal everywhere, in us and through us.

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Part 6 - The Gospel & Heart Idolatry

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Following Jesus means preferring him to everything else. If we love something Jesus provides for us more than we love him then we are idolaters! Idolatry means we’ve made an idol out of something - we prefer it to Jesus. If we are to address the idols of our heart we are going to have to come to grips with our own weaknesses and we will have to expose to others.

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Part 5 - The Gospel & Repentance

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Today we look at repentance. In our culture, this usually sounds like a bad thing, but repentance is the norm for gospel-centered living. Becoming more aware of God’s holiness and our sinfulness leads us to repent and believe the gospel of Jesus. Biblical repentance frees us from our own devices and makes a way for the power of the gospel to bear fruit in our lives.

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