Seven Certain Signs of True Conversion

Seven Certain Signs of True Conversion
Seven Certain Signs of True Conversion
Seven Certain Signs of True Conversion
Seven Certain Signs of True Conversion

Peter Masters

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21 pages, Wakeman Trust , ISBN: 9781899046058 [MAST42]

206 mm x 142 mm x 1 mm , 1 volume(s), 46.8g

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Reviews mostly by Dr Peter Masters

Are there recognisable signs that true conversion has occurred? How can seekers tell if God has worked in their hearts? How can Christian workers discern the spiritual standing of a seeker or inquirer, or an applicant for baptism and church membership? A guide to the marks of true salvation.

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Are there recognisable signs that true conversion has occurred?  How can seekers tell if God has worked in their hearts? Or how can Christian workers discern the spiritual standing of a seeker or inquirer, or 'test' the standing of an applicant for baptism and church membership?

Several passages in the Bible spell out a number of definite signs of conversion which our forebears used to call - 'marks of grace'. 1 John for example, lists these marks so clearly that Bible commentators have described the main points of this epistle as 'the tests of life'. John says emphatically that we may know that we truly know Him by certain evidences (1 John 2.3). Romans 8 also describes several clear signs and indications of  conversion. However, for memorising the signs, and using them in a practical, pastoral context, Acts 2 provides the most succinct and easy-to-follow list.

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