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In this, the second in a four-part series of messages looking at sin, we're thinking about our reaction to being caught in or suddenly realizing our sin. We typically react to the uncovering of sin in our lives in one or two ways, but God has a better solution.
Have you ever wondered if God really wants to forgive you? Have you ever felt like God might be growing tired of your shortcomings? It's unanswered questions like these that can leave us skeptical about God's love for us when we fail. In this passage, Jesus answers those questions and more by teaching us that he is our hope for a right relationship with God and our hope for right fellowship with God.
God's word and authentic community are the way to deal with sin.
The Psalmist cries create in me a clean heart. What does that mean and do we have the desire to have a clean heart?
Irony, it is all around us. In light of this reality, how can a song from the 1960's, Deadman's Curve, be helpful for those seeking to follow Jesus today in 2013? Or those seeking to follow Jesus in 2113? Or those seeking Jesus in any generation? Deadman's Curve & the Lenten Season...they have more in common than you may think. Listen along, complete with the song "Deadman's Curve," and ask the Spirit how it applies to your life. Larry Hayes is an elder of New Life Christian Church.
Primary Claim: The effective prayers of followers of Christ have great poser in the world.