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 mercy, God sent His servant Nathan to confront the king. Exposed by God’s word, David confessed his sin and received the Lord’s pardon. While the consequences of the king’s sin would still be devastating for his family and dynasty, Alistair Begg reminds us that the same scandalous grace God gave David is on offer to us through Christ, who died for us.
Topics: Biblical Figures, Conviction of Sin, God’s Word, Grace of God, Guilt, Mercy, Repentance
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