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True Repentance - Practical Helps For The Overcomers #14 - cover

True Repentance - Practical Helps For The Overcomers #14

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: ZTF Books Online

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Summary

If you are a child of God who still commits sin deliberately, committing the same sin over and over, it is be- cause: 
• Your eyes have never been opened to see that sin is a knife thrust willingly into God's heart; 
• Your eyes have never been opened to see the harm that sin causes in every domain of your life. 
This book is recommended to you. It is about True Repentance. 
True Repentance includes: knowledge of sin, sorrow for sin, confession of sin, forsaking of sin, restitution for sin, forgiveness sought and received, and restoration to the heart of God. 
Read it and you will be blessed.

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