Ditch the Baggage: Marks of Genuine Repentance

Sept. 28, 2019 Mary Kassian

Like an overloaded airplane, sin weighs us down and threatens our safety. Mary Kassian shows us that the God-given way to deal with unauthorized “baggage” is through repentance. In this message, she turns to Psalm 51 and shows us three marks of true heart change.

Running Time: 38 minutes


Transcript

Mary Kassian [she is dragging a large luggage cart filled with suitcases across the platform]: How many of you packed a suitcase to come to this event? How many of you overpacked!? (laughter) Okay, who had to sit on their suitcase to get it closed? A few of you. 

And I don’t want to forget about you ladies at home and in groups. How many of you left clothes lying all over the floor? How many outfits did you try on this morning before you left the house? Well, about ten o’clock—late at night—the night before we flew to Indianapolis, Dannah and Nancy and I were texting each other about our wardrobe and packing woes!

So, Dannah talked about humility. We’re going to let you have a look at some of our texts. [video starts with Dannah Gresh, looking sadly at her phone].

Dannah [on video]: Just because one suit …

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Scripture References

  • Psalms 51:1-19

About the Speaker

Mary Kassian

Mary Kassian is an award-winning author, an internationally renowned speaker, and a frequent guest on Revive Our Hearts. She has written more than a dozen books and Bible studies including Conversation Peace and The Right Kind of Strong. Mary and her husband, Brent, have three grown sons and make their home in Alberta, Canada.