How Do I Repent And Turn To ELOHIM? | Repent Hub

The path to repentance is not always a straightforward process and the following steps can be taken in any order. However, they can provide spiritual guidance and emotional support to help start the journey towards repentance, forgiveness, and healing.

Recognize Your Wrongdoing

Step 1: Recognize Your Wrongdoing

The first step towards repentance- talk to ELOHIM by acknowledging the harm you have caused yourself and others through your actions. This involves recognizing and admitting your wrongdoing, taking responsibility for your actions, and understanding the impact they have had.

Genuine Remorse

Step 2: Feel Genuine Remorse

The second step is experiencing genuine remorse for what you have done. This means acknowledging the emotions that come with wrongdoing, such as guilt, shame, and regret, and allowing yourself to feel them in the presence of ELOHIM.

Confess And Seek ELOHIM’ Forgiveness

Step 3: Confess and Seek Forgiveness

The third step involves confessing your sins and seeking forgiveness. This includes speaking out about your wrongdoing, admitting your mistakes, and accepting responsibility for your actions. Seeking forgiveness from ELOHIM can be a powerful way to acknowledge and seek forgiveness.

Make Amends…

Step 4: Make Amends and Restore

The fourth step is making amends and restoring your relationship with God is a crucial step in the process of repentance and spiritual growth. As humans, we are fallible and prone to making mistakes that can harm others and damage our relationship with ELOHIM. However, it is never too late to seek forgiveness and make amends with ELOHIM.

It is important to recognize that when we wrong others, we also wrong ELOHIM. This is because every person is created in the image of ELOHIM the FATHER. Therefore, seeking forgiveness from YAHOWA is an integral part of our repentance journey. Making things right with ELOHIM can help to repair the broken relationship between us and HIM.

Making amends with YAHOWA can take many forms. It may involve praying, reading the WORD, or attending ”the 4 walls” (Church assembly). It may also involve performing acts of service or serving ELOHIM. Whatever form it takes, the important thing is that we take concrete steps to restore our relationship with ELOHIM.

In addition, restoring our relationship with YAHOWA the FATHER can also involve a personal examination of our values and faith. It may require us to reflect on our thoughts and behaviors, and to identify areas in our lives where we need to make changes in order to align with YAHOWA’s will. This can be a difficult and challenging process, but it is necessary for our spiritual growth and well-being.

Making amends and restoring our relationship with ELOHIM is an essential step in the process of repentance and spiritual growth. It involves recognizing our mistakes, seeking forgiveness from YAHOWA, and taking concrete steps to repair and rebuild our relationship with HIM. By doing so, we can experience a deeper connection with ELOHIM, and find peace and fulfillment in our spiritual journey.

Engineer Change

Step 5: Commit to Change

The fifth step is committing to changing your behavior and making a plan to avoid committing the same sins in the future. This includes breaking bad habits, developing new healthy habits, and taking steps to prevent future harm.

Seek Forgiveness

Step 6: Seek Forgiveness from Others

The sixth step involves seeking forgiveness from those you have harmed. This involves asking for forgiveness and making a genuine effort to make things right. This step requires humility, patience, and a willingness to listen and understand the perspective of those you have hurt.


Step 7: Practice Gratitude

The final step is practising gratitude and thankfulness for the forgiveness you have received. This includes feeling grateful to ELOHIM for forgiveness and grace, and to others for their forgiveness. Cultivating an attitude of gratitude can help to build stronger relationships with ELOHIM and others/ promote healing.

Seeking A Deeper Relationship With God

Embarking on the path of repentance and seeking forgiveness can be a challenging and emotional journey, but it is also one of the most rewarding experiences one can undertake. By following the steps outlined above, you can take responsibility for your actions, make amends, and seek forgiveness. In doing so, you can find healing and peace.

It is paramount to note that the journey towards repentance and forgiveness is a lifelong process. Even after completing the steps outlined above, you may still struggle with guilt and shame, and you may need to continue seeking forgiveness through prayer until you come to a full circle. It is also essential to understand that forgiveness from ELOHIM is available to you. The cry and humility is now up to you….

However, by taking the necessary steps towards repentance and forgiveness, you can start the process of healing and growth. This can lead to improved relationships, greater self-awareness, and a deeper connection with ELOHIM.

The Path

The path towards repentance and forgiveness is not easy, but it is essential for Spiritual growth, personal growth, deeper relationship with ELOHIM and healing. By acknowledging wrongdoing, repenting, confessing and seeking forgiveness, making amends and repairing the broken walls, committing to engineer change, seeking forgiveness from ELOHIM and practising gratitude, you can take steps towards reconciliation, righteousness, peace, joy and forgiveness.

Coming Back To ELOHIM After Falling Away

So, here are a few SCRIPTURE verses that relate to the topic of repentance and seeking forgiveness:

  1. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” – 1 John 1:9

This verse speaks to the importance of confessing our sins to ELOHIM and seeking HIS forgiveness. It reminds us that

ELOHIM is faithful and just and will forgive us if we confess our sins and turn away from them.

  1. “Repent, then, and turn to ELOHIM, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord.” – Acts 3:19

This verse emphasizes the need to repent and turn to ELOHIM in order to have our sins forgiven. It also suggests that seeking forgiveness can lead to a sense of refreshment and renewal in our lives.

  1. “Therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother or sister has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to them; then come and offer your gift.” – Matthew 5:23-24

This verse speaks to the importance of seeking forgiveness from others when we have wronged them. It suggests that seeking reconciliation and forgiveness with others should take priority over other spiritual practices.

  1. “But if you do not forgive others their sins, your FATHER will not forgive your sins.” – Matthew 6:15

This verse emphasizes the importance of forgiving others in order to receive forgiveness from ELOHIM. It reminds us that forgiveness is a two-way street and that we must be willing to extend forgiveness to others if we hope to receive it ourselves.

These are just a few examples of the many SCRIPTURE verses that speak to the topic of repentance and seeking forgiveness.

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