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THE FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES
Hebrews 6:1-3
“Repentance From Dead Works”

“There are Dead Works and There are Living Works.”

I.  DEFINITION OF “REPENT”

        A.  Godly Sorrow -- II Corinthians 7:10

Repent: 3341 - metanoia (met-an’-oy-ah) reversal of decision; to change one’s mind

1.  Metanoeo: 3340 - (met-an-o-eh’-o) to think differently or afterwards, to reconsider
     a.  meta: 3326 - (met-ah’) denoting accompaniment, amid
     b.  noieo: 3539 - (noy-eh’-o) to exercise the mind (observe); 
          to comprehend, heed; to perceive; understand

        B.  Sorrow of the World -- II Corinthians 7:10

Repented: 3338 - metamellomai (met-am-el’-lom-ahee) to care afterwards; to regret; (because of consequences)

              1. Meta: 3326 - (met-ah’) denoting accompaniment, amid
              2. Melo: 3199 - (mel’-o) to be of interest; to concern; 
                  it matters for oneself  (Mattityahu (Matthew) 27: 3,4 -- 
                 Judas Iscariot)

II.      נָחַם TRUE REPENTANCE:  Luke 15:11-32

A.           Old Testament:  To turn; to turn back; to return.  Therefore, putting New Testament and Old Testament together, we have an inner change of mind, resulting in an outward turning back (to move in a completely new direction).

B.         New Testament/New Priesthood: To change one’s mind; not an emotion, but a decision.  Many associate repentance with a strong emotion or shedding of tears. Others associate it with some special religious rite and ordinances.  This is PENANCE.

III.  REPENT AND BELIEVE:  Mark 1:15

            A.  John the Baptist:  Mark 1:3,4 -- Repent & Believe

            B. Melchizedek/Malki Tzedik YEHOWSHUA Ha Mashiach: 

                                Mark 1:15 -- Repent & Believe

The Order -- Repent, then Faith (Hebrews 6:1)

IV.  FRUIT OF REPENTANCE:  Mattityahu (Matthew) 3:1-12

           A.  Fruit:  Answerable to amendment of life
                1.  Carefulness:  4710 - speed, eagerness, earnest
                2.  Clearing of oneself:  627 - apology, plea
                3.  Indignation:  24 - greatly afflicted
                4.  Fear:  5401 - alarm, fright
                5.  Vehement desire:  1972 - longing for; to crave
                6.  Zeal:  2205 - fervent heat
                7.  Revenge:  1557 - vindication, retribution

                                                                                           

THE FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES Hebrews 6:1-3
“Dead Works (Works of Self-Righteousness)”

“Right Standing with MALKI TZEDIK YHWH

I.  WORKS OF RIGHTEOUSNESS:  Titus 3:5

        A.  Not of Works:  Ephesians 2:8,9

        B.  Deeds of the Law:  Romans 3:20 -- Steal, Lie, Deceive, 
              Cheat, Betray

        C.  Justified by Works:  Galatians 2:16

        D.  Law of Righteousness:  Romans 9:31-10:10
              1.  Works of the Law:  vs. 32

        E.  Their Own Righteousness:  Romans 10:3

“Works of righteousness produce sin consciousness.”

II.     MALKI TZEDIK YHWH RIGHTEOUSNESS:  Romans 10:3-10

       A.  Righteousness of YHWH Manifested:  Romans 3:20-26
             1.  Law:  Mattityahu (Matthew) 17:1-9
             2.  Prophets:  Romans 1:17   (righteousness revealed)
             3.  The Son:  I Corinthians 15:34
(awake to righteousness)

       B.  Mashiach Made Sin - We’re Made Righteous: 
            
II Corinthians 5:21; Romans 5:19
             1.  Mashiach is made unto us righteousness; 
                   I Corinthians 1:30
             2. 
YHWH  is our righteousness: 
                  Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 33:16

      C.  Free Gift of Righteousness:  Romans 5:17
            (Righteousness Consciousness)

III.   ESTABLISHED IN RIGHTEOUSNESS:
        
Yesha’yahu (Isaiah) 54:14

        A.  Righteousness Justifies:  Romans 5:17,18

        B.  Accepted in the Beloved:  Ephesians 1:6

        C.  Access Unto the Father:  Romans 5:2;
              Ephesians 2:18
              1.  Sceptre of righteousness:  
                  
Hebrews 1:8

        D.  Righteous Shall Not be Moved: 
              Tehillim (Psalm) 112:6-8

IV.  RIGHTEOUSNESS WHICH IS OF FAITH:
      
Romans 10:6

          A.  Word of Faith:  Romans 10:8

          B.  Believing Unto MALKI TZEDIK Righteousness:  Romans 10:9,10
                1.  Accounted as righteous:  Romans 4:13-16;
                     Galations 3:6,7
                2.  Saved through faith:  Ephesians 2:8,9
               
3.  Live by faith:  Galations 3:10-14

         C.  Declare His MALKI TZEDIK Righteousness:  Romans 3:20-26

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