There is, I suspect, something in all of us that likes to hear about the sins of others. There is a certain attraction to gossip magazines, TV exposes, check-out stand tabloids and tell-all biographies that reveal drunken rampages, infidelities, and other indiscretions of public figures. But when the Lord chose to record for us the tragic transgressions of King David in the incident with Bathsheba, it was surely not to cater to our appetite for scandalous revelations, but rather to teach us some valuable lessons---particularly, to warn us of the potentiality of tragic falls. Psalm 51 was written after David was confronted by God's prophet Nathan.
This sermon seems to have the blessing of God's Spirit upon it.
Great Sermon! Powerful delivery! I had forgotten the different attempts David went thru to cover his sin against Uriah. Wow. Protect me, Oh Lord, from falling likewise!
Awesome sermon...Pastor's picture looks like someone down here...without the John the Baptist beard.
Born and raised in Baltimore MD, then moving to Florida in his youth, Russ came to faith in Christ as a third year college student through the testimony of his brother Doug. Russ transferred from the University of Florida to Shelton College which is affiliated with the Bible...