You Are the Man—Part Two
The account of David’s repentance in 2 Samuel 12 is complemented by Psalm 51, where the king recognizes that sin is a matter not of what he has done but of who he fundamentally is. Alistair Begg reminds us that repentance like David’s is evidence of God’s grace at work in our heart. Through Christ, we can come to the Lord humbly yet confidently, trusting in His compassion and knowing that He who has provided reconciliation in His Son has also justly and mercifully dealt with our sins.
Topics: Biblical Figures, Repentance, Mercy, Conviction of Sin, Forgiveness
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