2 Samuel 11-12 and Psalm 51: How could David, the man after God’s own heart, go for more than a year as an adulterer and a murderer and not be particularly bothered by it and not feel the need to repent? How is it possible that he was so insensitive to his own sin? And if David was able to be so insensitive, is it possible that we, too, might get to a place in our spiritual lives where we are also insensitive to our sin? Surely this is a warning we need to explore.
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Roy- I have read a good deal of what you have written and find it very well written and contemporary. I think it is a wonderful idea and pray that others will find it inspiring leading them to think more about God’s Word. You express yourself exceptionally well, I think. Good talking with you. So glad you are more upbeat.