This week in the morning revival we are coming to Psalm 51, a psalm of David’s repentance to the Lord after he sinned with Bath-Sheba, the one who was the wife of Uriah. On this blog we shared concerning this more extensively in articles like,our transgression plus our repentance joining God’s forgiveness issues in something for the building, and, we are all vulnerable to sin: we need to see the consequences to sin and repent and confess our sins.
But there is so much more to see of this, and there’s new light shining every day concerning this matter! David, a man after God’s heart, failed to such an extent that he committed adultery with the one who was the wife of Uriah (a Hittite, a heathen) and then he arranged things in such a way that Uriah would be killed and he, David, would take his wife as being his. Psalm 51 is a psalm of David’s repentance after the prophet Nathan came to him to expose him of his sin (2 Sam. 12:1-12). Even though David failed God greatly, he also repented deeply for his sin. Continue reading via,