The Heinousness of Sin - The Whole Counsel
The Whole Counsel • 32m
Why does sin bother the Christian? It is because God gives His children an understanding of the ugliness of sin that an unbeliever simply cannot grasp. David's prayer, "Against you and you only have I sinned." is incomprehensible to one who does not understand sin.
Presenting a biblical picture of sin is the point of Joseph Bellamy's sermon that John and Chuck are discussing in this week's podcast episode.
To purchase a copy of Salvation in Full Color and to see show notes, visit www.mediagratiae.org/blog/the-heinousness-of-sin
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA3D_o1dD08
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