Westminster Confession Of Faith – Lord’s Day 24 Chapter 15 – Of Repentance Unto Life (Cont.) (Paragraphs 4-6) IV. As there is no sin so small but it deserves damnation; so there is no sin so great that it can bring damnation upon those who truly repent. V. Men ought not to content themselves with …

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Westminster Confession Of Faith – Lord’s Day 23 Chapter 15 – Of Repentance Unto Life (Paragraphs 1-3) I. Repentance unto life is an evangelical grace, the doctrine whereof is to be preached by every minister of the gospel, as well as that of faith in Christ. II. By it a sinner, out of the sight …

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Westminster Shorter Catechism – Lord’s Day 39 Q & A 89 Q How is the Word made effectual to salvation? A The Spirit of God makes the reading, but especially the preaching, of the Word, an effectual means of convincing and converting sinners, and of building them up in holiness and comfort, through faith, unto …

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There’s a world of difference between feeling bad and being sorry. A marker of that difference is whether the response to your wrongdoing is about managing the situation or seeking mercy. Sarah Condon mentions the example of Judas: This is where we learn the full meaning of what Judas has to teach us, one that’s …

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