Lesson 2 – Repentance

Repentance is a command of God to every generation. Repentance means turning from dead works, feeling remorse or regret from wrong doings and reforming to God’s plan. Repentance is a change of our attitude about God’s law and word.

According to Proverbs 28:18, what will happen as the result of our sins?

Why were the people to repent when Jesus began His earthly ministry? Matthew 4:17

Who is called to repentance? Luke 5:32

In Luke 13:1-5, several tragedies are referred to. What stern warning did Jesus give to the people in verses 3 & 5?

What did Jesus commission His disciples in Luke 24:47 to preach?

What had Simon done to receive the rebuke of Peter in Acts 8:18-23?

What major sin was the crowd to repent of on the day of Pentecost? Acts 2:23

Why did Paul command the philosophers to repent in Acts 17:29–30?

What does Hebrews 6:1 tell us to repent from?

To whom are we to turn after we repent from sin? Acts 20:21

What promise do we have from God if we do confess our sins to Him? 1 John 1:9

John the Baptist told people to “Produce fruit in keeping with repentance.”
(Matthew 3:8 NIV). How were the following people to show a repentant attitude?

* The Jews – Matthew 3:8
* The People – Luke 3:11
* The Publicans – Luke 3:12-13
* The soldiers – Luke 3:14

Copyright Rev Robert Kaske / Rochester Pentecostal Church