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The Psalmist cries create in me a clean heart. What does that mean and do we have the desire to have a clean heart?
In this series (largely borrowed from James Emery White, who published it on PreachingToday.com) we're looking at out sinful selves. We know we're forgiven, but we also know we continue to sin. How should we understand this paradox? We're asking four questions and the first one is "Who am I when I sin?"
Sermon on Ephesians 4:26-27 by Pastor Dan Hendley.
Continuing our series on Genesis 1-11. Today we investigate the origin of sin and the impact of the fall
Mutual encouragement and accountability is the solution to sin in the Church.
Jesus has the right and authority to forgive sin. Sin is the reason for everything broken.
He is risen! Instead of asking Jesus to go away from him, this time Peter goes after his Lord.
Mourning is seen as a state of sorrow that is to be avoided, but it is a necessary step in acknowledging our sin and our need for a savior. The comforting that follows is only possible in the context of a sinner who mourns their sin, their lost condition, and their inability to save themselves.