The Destruction of Sin
Topic: AM Service Passage: 2 Samuel 11:1–27
Pride is perhaps the worst of sins – not least because it is pride that leads us to think that we are safe from sin. This was the case with David. David was the King of Israel, the recipient of God’s covenant and the blessing of an eternal throne, and the “man after God’s own heart.” Yet David was not immune to sin. His heart betrayed him when he relaxed his focus upon the Lord. And his fall shows us that we have two choices when we sin: try to cover it up with even more sin or confess and repent. David chose the former, and the result was “The Destruction of Sin” (2 Samuel 11:1-27).
I. Sin is Dangerous
II. Sin is Controlling
III. Sin is Deadly