Producing Fruit in Keeping with Repentance

I Repent for allowing Satan to stir my heart. I did not reject the temptation to handle the situation without God’s input. Romans 1:24,26,28

I am not to be bound together with unbelievers for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness or what fellowship has light and dark. 2 Cor. 6:17-18; 7:10

I Repent that I did not practice my faith and allowed Satan to control my thoughts. Phil. 4:8-9

I Repent that I sought the favor of man and conformed to the world’s thinking. Gal. 1:10

I Repent that I participated in the deeds of darkness. Eph. 5:11

I Repent for entrusting worldly and empty chatter this world called knowledge. 1 Tim. 6:20

I Repent that I refused to listen, did not remember Your ways, became stubborn, and I followed a plan that returned me back to bondage. Neh. 9:17

I Repent that I did not acknowledge my sins to You. Ps. 32:5

I Repent that I did not remain alert as commanded by You. Mark 14:38

I Repent that I sought after my own interest. 1 Cor. 10:24, Romans 15:1, Phil. 2:20-21

I Repent that I knew Your word, but I did not practice it in faith. Ez. 33:32

I Repent that I did not seek Your discernment and allowed my eyes to be fooled by the appearance of good health. 1 Sam. 16:7

Look up the reasons you need to Repent: Acts 3:19, Prov. 28:13, Matt. 3:8, 2 Chronicles 30:9b, 2 Peter 3:9, James 4:8, Joel 2:13, Ps. 66:18, Luke 13:3, Prov. 1:23, Zech. 1:2-3, Ex. 18:32, Is. 26:10, Matt. 16:23, James, 1:17, James 3:13-18

(How to know) Signs of Demonic influence and not from God:
  • Stumbling block
  • Against God’s interest
  • Pro-man
  • Variation (change or alter, different, depart)
  • Shifting shadow (mere semblance)
  • Earthly
  • Natural
  • Demonic
  • Selfish
  • Bitter
  • Disorder
  • Hypocrisy
  • Wavering
  • Hostile
Verses for above bullets: 1 Chronicles 4:10, Numbers 23:19, Exodus 33:17, Gal. 1:10, Matt. 6:22-24, 1 King 18:21, Prov. 3:5-6

Help us Lord: Deut. 31:8, Rom. 13:14, Heb. 4:16, Gal. 5;24-25, Psalm 34, Ps. 119:29-32, Ps. 119:92-93

Prepare your heart by: 1 Peter 1:13, Ps. 144:1, Ps. 78:8b, Ps. 32:5, Ps. 119:15-16, Ps. 100
  • Make ready (to put in proper condition)
  • Proper assembling (put in order)
  • Compose
  • To put things or oneself in readiness
  • Make ready for something expected
  • Develop
  • Gird
  • Train (Discipline)
  • Practice
How to gain peace about the circumstances of my life: Phi. 4:4-7
  • Rejoice in the Lord always
  • Let your gentle spirit be known to all men
  • Be anxious for nothing
  • Everything by prayer and supplication
  • With thanksgiving, let your request be made known to God
Then: The peace of God will guard your heart and mind.

Proclamations: Psalm 145
  • My God is faithful, keeping His covenant and steadfast love and mercy to all who love and keep His commandments.
  • You are my Rock. Your work is perfect, and Your ways are just and right.
  • I am happy, blessed, and fortunate because God is my helper. He shows me His loving-kindness in the morning and His faithfulness by night.
  • His word goes forth from His mouth and does not return empty without producing any effect.
Asking God to intervene: Ps. 127:1-2, Ps. 91:14, Ps. 138:8, Ps. 25:14, 2 Chron. 16:9Deut. 7:21, Ps. 94:13-14, 1 Thess. 5:24

I am willing to seek God’s truth by preparing my heart to receive His word: Ezra 7:10, Daniel 9:3 &13, Is. 8:12-13
I will seek revival by Neh. 9:2
  • I will not allow other voices to disturb my spirit
  • I will not let undisciplined random thoughts distract me
  • I will not gossip or rehash past events
  • I will not allow random or undisciplined eating, habits, or exercise to fulfill me.
  • I will not excuse sins brought to my attention.
  • I will not practice my righteousness before men to be noticed by them.

What will God provide? Job 5:8
  • Opportunity
  • Favor
  • Protection
  • Provision
  • Gifts of the Holy Spirit
What do I need to do?
  • Willing spirit
  • Diligence
  • Keen ear
  • Open eyes
  • Anticipating God’s provision

I proclaim Habakkuk 3:17-19.

How to walk in harmony with others (Ephesians 4)
  • Do not believe lies (Eph. 4:14 and 1 Cor. 13:20)
  • Speak the truth in love (Eph. 4:25, Zech. 8:16-17)
  • Do not respond with evil. (Eph. 4:26)
  • Do not give the devil an opportunity. (2 Cor. 10:5)
  • Work with others in mind. (Eph. 4:28
  • Choose what to say and when to say it. (Eph. 4:29)
  • Stay close behind the Spirit of God and allow the Holy Spirit to guide you. (Eph. 4:23)
  • Do not allow evil to join you. (Eph. 4:17-19)
  • Be kind to everyone. (Eph. 4:29)
  • Be sensitive to the Spirit that dwells within you. (Eph. 4:30)
  • Be forgiving. (Eph. 4:32)

How are we defiling ourselves? Questions to ask yourself and God. (Jeremiah 7:23)
  • Are you twisting God’s commands?
  • Are you repenting?
  • Are you holding fast to deceit?
  • Do you know the ordinances of the Lord?
  • Have you rejected God?
  • What kind of wisdom are you walking in, man or God’s?

Points to ponder: A true believer longs to know God, follows God, and pursues holiness. True salvation always produces an abiding change of nature.

What do you pursue? You seek what you love!

Is your nature changing you to reflect God, or are just your words proclaiming God?