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Matt Chandler: Continual Repentance

What is the role of repentance for the growing Christian?

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Some believe repentance is how one enters into a relationship with God, but Matt Chandler challenges that idea by calling us to a continual practice of confessing and turning from our sins. But are we self-aware enough to see the truth about ourselves?

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