Powered by 4 - October 3, 2015

 

Firsthand Instruction

Today's reading: Psalm 32:1-11

In Psalm 32 we see a firsthand account from David of the consequences of not immediately confessing and seeking forgiveness for sin (vs.3-4), followed by the result of asking for, and receiving, God's forgiveness (vs. 5). I like the way David sets this Psalm out basically saying, You can learn from me. This is the wise thing to do and here's why.

When and/or how often do you typically ask God for forgiveness? What's your experience been with asking God for forgiveness right away versus waiting? Tami

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