References: Psalm 51
Imagine you’re on death row in Huntsville, Texas. You’re guilty of a capital offense and that night you face the lethal injection. But instead of your last meal, the cell is unlocked. You’re handed a governor’s pardon. Instead of eating surrounded with guards, you eat free surrounded with your closest friends. Imagine the relief, the joy, the thankfulness. Now turn to Psalm 51 and listen to this week’s Truth Encounter. Let’s drink in the joy that the murderer David experienced when he opened his heart to God’s merciful forgiveness.
Series: Psalms and Worship
In the world of Internet porn, sexting, and the assumption that two consenting adults should be free to enjoy one night stands at the climax of their romantic evenings, weʼve fallen into the trap of deifying the gift rather than the Gift-giver, the illustration rather than the Illustrator.
Weʼre in a cycle, a lifestyle, a pursuit that will leave us empty. “Love Without Shame” considers that we have a greater need, a deeper craving, that can only be quenched by the One who designed sex and who knows how it can best be enjoyed.
To hear more about "Love Without Shame", go to http://vimeo.com/73584275