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Except Ye Repent

By Harry Ironside

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   Introduction - Fully convinced in my own mind that the doctrine of repentance is the missing note in many otherwise orthodox and fundamentally sound circles today, I
   Chapter 1 - Repentance: Its Nature and Importance - More and more it becomes evident that ours is, as Carlyle expressed it, an "age of sham." Unreality and specious pretence abound in all departments of
   Chapter 2 - The Book of Repentance - "Ye have heard of the patience of Job, and have seen the end of the Lord; that the Lord is very pitiful, and of tender mercy" (James 5:11). If aske
   Chapter 3 - John's Baptism of Repentance - The New Testament opens with a call to repentance. The ministry of John the Baptist was pre-eminently devoted to emphasizing its importance. Sent of G
   Chapter 4 - Christ's Call to Repent - "The law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ." Notice that combination -- grace and truth. Men must face facts if they would
   Chapter 5 - The Ministry of Peter - When the Lord Jesus, in the days of His earthly ministry, sent forth the Twelve Apostles to go throughout the land of Israel heralding His word, He ev
   Chapter 6 - The Ministry of Paul - In reading the Epistles of the great Apostle to the Gentiles one can hardly help noting his peculiar use of the terms, "my gospel," and "the gospel wh
   Chapter 7 - Repentance Not to Be Repented of - In any discussion of the nature and importance of repentance it would be a great mistake to overlook the fact that children of God may have as much oc
   Chapter 8 - Repentance from Dead Works - In the remarkably difficult passage warning against apostasy, in the sixth chapter of the Epistle to the Hebrews, there is an expression that may well
   Chapter 9 - Repentance in the Apocalypse - The book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ fittingly closes the volume of Holy Scripture. It deals with both the present age and the coming era, clima
   Chapter 10 - They Repented Not - More than once in the Holy Scriptures we are distinctly told that God speaks to men in the wonders of creation. "The heavens declare the glory of God;
   Chapter 11 - Does God Ever Repent? - In the history of Jehovah's dealings with the people of Israel there is perhaps no story more affecting than that of Balak's effort to induce Balaam t
   Chapter 12 - Impossible to Renew Unto Repentance - In Peter's second letter he, I believe, identifies for us the author, under God, of the Epistle to the Hebrews. He mentions a letter written to Jewish
   Chapter 13 - Repentance and Forgiveness - We may be instructed as to the how and when of divine forgiveness if we consider carefully what the Scriptures teach as to our own attitude toward our
   Chapter 14 - Hopeless Repentance - The tragedy of Judas is unquestionably the saddest story of human sin and perfidy ever recorded. That one could be in the chosen circle of the intimat
   Chapter 15 - City-Wide Repentance - While repentance is distinctly an individual exercise, yet we have in the Word of God, as we have already seen, churches called upon to repent, and we
   Chapter 16 - The Preaching that Produces Repentance - In all that I have written I have failed completely to express what was surging up in my soul if I have given anyone the impression that I think of re
   Chapter 17 - But Is Repentance Desirable? - nd now I come to discuss, in this closing chapter, what many will feel should have been the first question raised and settled: Is repentance after all

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