Justification & Regeneration (Audiobook)

The aim of this work is clear: “This book attempts to set forth in clear Biblical light the nature and characteristics of justification and regeneration, that God may be glorified and His children brought to know more fully the liberty that is theirs in Christ.” To achieve this end, pastor Leiter first sets forth man’s greatest problem, sin. Specifically, man has a “bad record” because he has sinned, but also a “bad heart” because he is by nature a sinner and can do nothing but sin. But the glorious news of the gospel is that Christ has dealt with both our bad record and our bad heart. The bad record has been taken away because Christ died for our sins, and on that basis God has “justified” us, which means He has declared us righteous. As for the bad heart, this is destroyed when God “regenerates” us; God changes our hearts so that we begin to forsake sin and pursue true righteousness. – Granted Ministries

Below you can listen to the Audio book of Justification & Regeneration, narrated by Mike Lykins.

How do I switch between chapters? To scroll between chapters click on the arrows above .

If you click “Play All” it will automatically go from one Chapter to the next. You can also listen to it via the I’ll Be Honest App.

Contents (Click below to download individual MP3’s or download all of them in a Zip file here.)
IntroductionForeword & Preface
Chapter 1 – Sin: Man’s Ultimate Problem
Chapter 2 – Can A Man Be Right Before God
Chapter 3 – Justification: Its Characteristics
Chapter 4 – Regeneration: All Things New
Chapter 5 – A New Creation
Chapter 6 – A New Man
Chapter 7 – A New Heart
Chapter 8 – A New Birth
Chapter 9 – A New Nature
Chapter 10 – Crucifixion & Resurrection
Chapter 11 – A Change of Realms: Flesh to Spirit
Chapter 12 – A Change of Realms: Earth to Heaven
Chapter 13 – A Change of Realms: Sin to Righteousness
Chapter 14 – A Change of Realms: Law to Grace
Chapter 15 – A Change of Realms: Adam to Christ

of Lake Road Chapel
Kirksville, Missouri
Charles lives in Kirksville, Missouri, with his wife, Mona. They have five children. He has served as co-pastor of Lake Road Chapel since 1974 and has been a conference speaker in various places throughout the world. You may learn more about his church and ministry at Lake Road Chapel.