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What Jesus Thinks About Religion #3, Part 2

To repent is not to do penance or beat yourself with whips and chains, either physically or emotionally. You can cry and feel really bad, but if you do nothing about it, you still haven’t repented. The whole point is changing your mind and going in the other direction.

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This month at God Centered Life, one of our broadcast series is “What Jesus Thinks About Religion” from Revelations 2-3. Many people today are turned off by “religion.”  It is encouraging to know that Jesus stands against human-made religion too!

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