Inside this Bible study lesson:
-- A Reminder
-- God's Commitment to Change Our Nature
-- What is Conversion?
-- What is Sin?
-- Our Sinful Nature
-- How We Are Tempted
-- The Importance of Repentance
-- Baptism: Why Do We Need It?
-- God's Grace and Forgiveness
-- Why Must We Be Reconciled to God?
-- Is Our Conscience Important?
-- Faith, Choice and Commitment
-- When Should We Be Baptized?
-- Why We Need the Holy Spirit
-- The Bible's Broader Concepts of Sin
-- The Devil's Role in Religion
-- Other Baptisms
-- A Stirring Example of Faith
-- How Important Are Our Choices?
-- What Next?
-- Points to Ponder
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