Bad Conscience, Good Conscience (1 Samuel 24:1-7)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, September 25, 2011
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

This sermon helps us to sort through the confusing issues surrounding the subject of the conscience. Why is it that the legislative, judicial, and executive functions of the conscience can sometime be so distorted? How do we keep our consciences from being either insensitive or legalistic? What is involved in retraining the conscience to function as God intended it to function? What bad things automatically happen when we fail to retrain the conscience? This sermon gives practical answers on these and other questions.

Tags: conscience, conviction, legalism, seared

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