Flashcards in Chapter 5 Deck (22)
____ repentance is nothing, at least next to nothing. It is every man's duty to endeavor to repent of his particular sins, particularly.
We only grow up into Christ by growing down into ______
Only through constant and _____________ can we sinners maintain our souls in health
Regretful ________ at the dishonor one has done to the God, which one is learning to love and wanting to serve.
To confess one's sins to another who knows you as a peer and a friend, is to ________ to redoubled effort not to lapse that way again.
God's _______ leads him to hate evil. His demand that we be like him requires us to become haters of evil also, starting with the evil that we find within ourselves.
A battle is being fought in the modern Christian world. It is a battle for law and a battle for _________.
Repentance means __________ one's habits of thought, one's attitudes, outlook, policy, direction, and behavior, as fully as needed in order to get one's life out of the wrong shape and into the right one.
A plea for mercy and forgiveness
_______ rests on self-knowledge; Pride reflects self ignorance.
Christians are called to a life of ______, as a discipline integral to healthy, holy living.
Realistic ________ that a person has disobeyed and failed God, and has done wrong instead of right.
Reverent Requesting of _____________, cleansing of conscience, and his help to not lapse in the same way again.
_____________ of the sins in question, with deliberate thought as to how to keep clear of them and live right in the future.
_____________ to any who have suffered material loss through one's wrong doing.
The model for Christian repentance today is found in _________. Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed.
An acknowledgement of guilt and the punishment we deserve for our sins
A heart-cry for cleansing from sin and cancellation of guilt
A petition for quickening and renewing in God
But they do not seem to think or know much about __________. They are not noticeably wise of patient or caring as least when caring requires them to move beyond words to action.
A promise to proclaim God's pardoning mercy in witness and in worship