The ripple effects of sin—even forgiven sin—often extend far beyond the original offense. Examining the consequences of David’s transgression with Bathsheba, Alistair Begg explains that the king’s story illustrates what happens when we resist God’s rule in our quest for moral autonomy. Thankfully, though, no one is beyond the reach of God’s amazing grace and love. By confessing our sin, we can rejoice in God’s provision of a Savior and confidently proceed with our lives in light of His mercy.
Biblical Figures, Conviction of Sin, Effects of Sin, Faithfulness of God, Forgiveness, Grace of God, Mercy, Repentance
The Christian Family
We can only understand the Christian family within the context of the church family—and that begins by understanding the church ...
The ripple effects of sin—even forgiven sin—often extend far beyond the original offense. Examining the consequences of David’s transgression with ...
You Are the Man—Part One
Externally, King David’s attempt to cover up Uriah’s murder appeared successful—but the Lord saw it and was displeased. In His ...