Repentance: A Daring Call to Real Surrender
Repentance begins at conversion—but doesn’t stop there. It isn’t penance, self-effort or condemnation, but an ongoing attitude for daily living in Christ, says Jack Miller. In this new edition Jack’s widow, Rose Marie, adds an epilogue telling of Jack’s own journey of living out repentance on a daily basis.
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