Covering Sin (2 Samuel 11:1-27)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, April 21, 2013
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

When we expose our sin through Biblical confession, God brings incredible relief, joy, liberty, and peace. But when we cover our sin with the "fig leaves" of humanistic substitutes, we bring ourselves misery. When God guarantees that the consequences of hiding our sins are always greater than the consequences of confessing our sins, why is it that so frequently we desperately use every means at our disposal to hide? This sermon explores this strange phenomenon and applies it in various areas of life, including apologetics, child rearing, finances, discipline, and politics.

Tags: abortion, conspiracy, covered, deceit, deceit, discipline, Evidentialist Apologetics, joy, liberty, Peace, power corrupts, Presuppositional Apologetics, psalm 32, relief, self-deception, sin, transgression

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