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Forgiveness (Part 2)
The path to forgiveness begins with an appeal for God’s mercy (Ps. 51:1a)
The path to forgiveness is paved by God’s character (Ps. 51:1b)
The path to forgiveness is a heart-felt desire for a fresh start (Ps. 51:1c-2)
The path to forgiveness causes me to own my sin (Ps. 51:3)
The path to forgiveness acknowledges that all sin is against God (Ps. 51:4a)
The path to forgiveness accepts the consequences of sin (Ps. 51:4b)
The path to forgiveness is a desire for cleansing (Ps 51:5-7).
The path of forgiveness includes the desire for renewed strength to obey (Ps. 51:10-12)
The path of forgiveness leads to thanksgiving (Ps. 51:13-15).
Sin seals the lips of testimony.
The path of forgiveness begins with godly sorrow (Ps. 51:16-17)
We'll address the issue of self-focus.
Other sermons in the series
What has the Lord called us to do?
The Story of We begins with God.
The Anatomy of Temptation and Sin.
The path to forgiveness is paved by God’s character.
The path of forgiveness begins with godly sorrow.
Unselfie begins with Jesus and flows to others.
Essential elements of a successful marriage.
The primarily way we teach our children is modeling and mentoring.
Children are a gift from the Lord (Ps. 127.3).
How do you keep your communication with God fresh?