Search ResultsPresenting Sin and Repentance to Children The texts for this Sunday in the lectionary focus on the ideas of sin and repentance. Carolyn Brown keeps those themes as a focuse as she discusses how these ideas can be presented to children in... | | God’s Gifts to Us and Repentance For this Sunday during Lent, Carolyn focuses on the ideas of gifts God gives us and on repentance. She provides great ideas for how to present these ideas to children even though the texts for the... | | Repentance and Christian Discipleship Arnold writes that the Gospel begins with a call to repentance. God changes us and gives us new life. God becomes the center of our thoughts and feelings, and we see who we truly are. | | Repentance This commentary on Matthew 3:1-12 talks about repentance, and suggests preaching that calls people back to the Lord and to the amendment of their lives. | | Repentance and Trust 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 and Luke 13:1-9 call us back to repentance, and Isaiah 55:1-9 with Psalm 63:1-8 promise and express trust in deliverance. These four passages bring us back to the core of our faith. | Repentance for All John Martens writes that two stances toward our spiritual health stand in the way of repentance: self-satisfaction and worthlessness. No one should think that they either do not need or are unworthy of God's mercy.
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See more hymns... Prayer of Repentance: A 21st Century Worship Resource for the Second Sunday of Advent, Year B A prayer of repentance based on Isaiah 40:1-11 and words of assurance for the Second Sunday of Advent (Year B). | | The Work of Repentance Repentance is an ongoing process of turning to God and then readjusting our life’s course so that we conform to His will. | | Fiery Preaching In this Advent sermon on Malachi 3:1-4 and Luke 3:1-6, Peter Samuelson uses an analogy of fire and calls us to repentance with these four actions: stop, drop, roll and bear. | | Open To Me The Doors Of Repentance "Open to me the doors of repentance, O Lifegiver." Here’s a beautiful prayer sung during Great Lent in the Eastern Orthodox Church, recorded by St Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary Male Chorale in Crestwood, NY. | | Lifetimes of Penitence The Christian life is a life of penance anticipating eternal life. The practice of penance should lead us to the virtue of penitence: the rejection of sin and the resolve to live virtuous lives. | | Repentance as a Changed Mind, Challenges in 1 Peter and Encountering Jesus Through the Word This commentary podcast discusses the nature of repentance as a new way of comprehending reality (Acts 2:14a, 36-41), challenges in preaching 1 Peter 1:17-23 and how Christ Jesus is encountered through opening the scriptures (Luke 24:13-35). | | A Prayer of Penitence and Thanks Inspired by Psalm 30 This prayer of penitence/confession and thanksgiving inspired by Psalm 30 is appropriate for use in both a regular service and communion service. It is also fitting for a Sunday service during Lent. | |