...except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish. (Luke 13:3, KJV)


I would like to take just a moment to welcome you to TrueRepentance.org.

In Luke 13, there arose some who mentioned “the Galilaeans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices” and “those eighteen, upon whom the tower in Siloam fell, and slew them”, apparently with the notion that these were all somehow “sinners above all men.” Christ rather quickly diminished any such idea by replying, “I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.”

Contrary to the teachings of some pastors, teachers, institutions, and the like, repentance is vital to salvation and Christianity as a whole. True Repentance is a global necessity, if there is to be any spiritual growth within individuals, families, churches, and nations. Without repentance there can be no forgiveness of sin, and without forgiveness of sin there is no fellowship with God.

I am uncertain at the present where all this blog may lead, but am prayerful that it will serve at the very least two purposes. The one (1) is so that the lost may know repentance is necessary to shed the depravity of sin, to embrace the righteousness of Christ, and to have fellowship with God. The second (2) is likened unto it, in that the saved would remember sin in our lives will hinder our relationship with God, and only repentance can restore that fellowship.

May we learn together, serve one another, and live in obedience with humility and True Repentance.


  1. Thanks for the post. GOD requires only true repentance from us in exchange of eternal life. GOD is HOLY and RIGHTEOUS so we cannot live in sin and expect to have a fellowship with the LORD

  2. This is awesome. Thank you for addressing the Body of Christ as well as the lost.