The Unshakable Life is a lifestyle of repentance
“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” That’s a catchphrase from a film called Love Story dating back to the 1970s. The line has been used in songs and repeated in jest to suggest that apologies are unnecessary in a loving relationship. Fast forward to today and Justin Bieber is offering us a different take on the concept of saying sorry. In fact, some of us may still find ourselves singing about it – “Yeah I know that I let you down. Is it too late to say sorry…” How and when to say I’m sorry has been depicted in books, films, songs and soap operas – enough to either encourage us or weaken its meaning. What happens when the Bible takes the concept, deepens its purpose, and asks us to live our lives that way? What is a lifestyle of repentance? That’s our topic for this message as we continue our series on The Unshakable Life.