The Cure for False Conversion: Repentance

Written by Neil Silverberg

April 24, 2017

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  1. Mac

    All true Rabbi. Complements your previous post on being drawn by the Father. I think you might be catching on to this born again thing, so please continue.;-)

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  2. Ron Spano

    Pastor Neil thank you so much for this truth! I have myself been wrestling with this when I speak to people that say they are believers and are repentant but are still living sinful lives. This article has definitely given me a new perspective on how to explain what it means to truly follow Christ and the true meaning of repentance. May the Lord continue anointing you with truth that we need to hear or read. Kim says hello and God Bless you✝️
    Ron Spano

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  3. Curtis Taylor

    Amen for Brother Ravenhill! Pastor Neil I have for some time been expecting someone to write in earnest about, Easy Belief-ism. The Kind-a-Sort-a-Saved, Faith Centered Turnstilers, C.I.N.O.’s; The Assuaging Perpetuating Sins Encounter Group Programs, and The Truth About Seeker Sensitive Church Growth Candy!

    Brother do you think these and more may find space within the reason that we read in 1 Peter 4:17a, “For the time is come that judgement must begin at the house of God…” ?

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