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CALL TO REPENTANCE

CONTENT
  1. The Meaning of Repentance
  2. King David Obeys God’s Call to Repentance (2 Sam. 12:7-13, Ps. 51:1-19)
  3. Zacchaeus Responds to the Call to Repentance (Luke 19: 1-10)

The Meaning of Repentance

To repent means to regret, be sorry, feel sorrow or feel ashamed for any wrong done. Therefore, repentance is the act of regretting or feeling sorry or ashamed for any wrongdoing. It is the realization that what we have done is bad/wrong and we are ready to apologize and ask for forgiveness.

King David Obeys God’s Call to Repentance. 2 Sam. 12:7-13, Ps. 51:1-19

David was the second King of Israel. The Israelite army was fighting against the Ammonites. David did not go to fight the war. One day as he was walking on the roof top of his house, he saw a beautiful woman next door taking her bath. David asked his servants who the woman was. They told him that she was Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, the Hittite, one of his soldiers fighting in the war against the Ammonites. Later, he told his servants to bring the woman to his palace. The woman came and David slept with her and she became pregnant.

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