References: Psalm 51
How can you get right when you know you’ve gone wrong? How can you break free from patterns of repeated failure? What does true repentance look like? When King David sinned against God, he longed to be forgiven. He also wanted to be changed so that he would not repeat the same failures in the future. Changing direction means more than being sorry. It involves a deep change of heart through the power of the Holy Spirit. These messages from Psalm 51 set out practical steps for getting back on track and moving forward in the right direction.
Series: Changing Directions
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