Regular confession of sin to each other is important. Sadly, it is infrequent in today’s church. Evidence suggests we are hiding sin from each other to the demise of our spiritual health. The church should be a safe place to experience grace.
Restoring Relationships within the Church
April 3, 2022
The Gospel: Our Foundation for Confession
April 10, 2022 • Jason McNutt
If the penalty for our sin has been cancelled in Christ, then why must we keep confessing our sin? Declaring our penalty as paid, affirms our faith in Jesus’ redeeming work. Living a life of confession leads us to experience the joy of our standing in Christ. Confession wages war on sin and gives glory to God.
Confession: From Brokeness to Restoration
March 27, 2022 • Jason McNutt • Psalm 51
Lent, the season leading up to the celebration of Easter, is a time for personal and church-wide repentance and confession. Psalm 51 serves as an apex of confession where David, a man after God’s own heart, confesses his sin and transgression.