Did you know that Repentance is The Baptism of Repentance of Remission of Sins ?
I ask this because I thought it was you get on your knees and say your sorry.. but its Not
Its a Holy Commandment to Repent and Be Baptized
2 Peter 2:21 For it had been better for them not to have known (the way of righteousness), than, after they have known it, to turn from The Holy Commandment delivered unto them.
It has nothing to do with get on your knees and say you are sorry. Being a commandment isnt even what it is about. It means TRUE REPENTENCE which is being sorry you have offended God and CHANGING and NOT DOING IT AGAIN,
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