Your Kingdom Come — Part Two
Sin always has consequences. Few people knew that better than David, whose once robust kingdom declined into a shadow of its former self, marked by instability and injustice. Focusing on the final verses of 2 Samuel 20, Alistair Begg draws a line between David’s sin with Bathsheba and the ultimate failure of his dynasty. But as we consider David’s failure, we also turn our eyes to the one perfect King, Jesus, who promises to restore what sin destroys.
Topics: Biblical Figures, Christ as King, Kingdom of God, Effects of Sin, Sin
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