• Repentance

  • What It Is, What It Isn't, ad How to Do It
  • By: Rick Renner
  • Narrated by: Frank Gerard
  • Length: 57 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Most people associate repentance with displays of emotion that signal regret. But the emotional responses of remorse, guilt, or regret are insufficient to produce behavioral change. In fact, those toxic emotions may lead to an even deeper sense of hopelessness, defeat, and despair without the restorative power of true repentance. 

Genuine repentance dispenses with any attempt to remove guilt through a show of emotion. When activated, it leaves in its powerful wake the fruit of a changed life blazing a trail toward true deliverance, freedom, and salvation. This is the life God desires for us - a life waiting on the other side of a door called repentance.

©2017 Rick Renner (P)2020 Harrison House Audio

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Growing in Christ

This book will help anyone understand repentance. I too was led astray, as a child, thinking that repentance was feeling bad, crying, promising to "do better" but, as an adult, I was able to answer the question at the beginning correctly. Even though I knew the answer, I was pleasantly surprised that Mr. Renner discussed what Judas was feeling after he betrayed Jesus. I was studying this just one day before purchasing the audio book, and I also concluded that Judas was overwhelmed with guilt, not the repentance that leads to salvation. My studies in the Word will continue; it's just nice to know that I did grow a little bit.
Thank you for an excellent book.