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"Jesus said some surprising things during his ministry. One of the most surprising is in the Gospel of Luke, just after he receives a report of the massacre of some Galileans. Some concluded that the Galileans suffered because they were particularly sinful people (Luke 13:2). If the Galileans had been more holy (their thinking goes), they could have avoided a grisly end.

Jesus disagrees. He responds, โ€œUnless you repent, you will all likewise perishโ€ (Luke 13:3). He says the problem is that everyone is sinful before God and therefore headed toward Godโ€™s eternal judgment (thatโ€™s the meaning of โ€œperishโ€ in this context, see Luke 9:24โ€“25). And according to Jesus, the solution to this massive problem of divine judgment isnโ€™t to improve oneโ€™s behavior, but to โ€œrepent.โ€

Calling people to repentance is the reason Jesus came (Luke 5:32) and the message he commissions his followers to preach (Luke 24:47). Itโ€™s the only way anyone can avoid Godโ€™s judgment (Luke 13:3). Given the supremely serious consequences of not repenting, itโ€™s important to understand what repentance is..." from the article: Unless You Stop Sinning


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