Posts Tagged Confession

Forum Friday

Happy Friday! Normally we review the poll from the previous week in this space, but since it was a pretty pointless poll designed to fill space, and since the results were, um, inconclusive, we’ll just move on. No poll this week because we have plenty of articles to get to. On to the Links… I […]

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Guilt and Consequences – Psalm 6:6-7

Psalm 6:6-7 (For the first two studies on Psalm 6, click here and here.) [1] We’ve all played the blame game at some point in time or another.  We’ve all tried to deflect the guilt we feel onto something or someone else. Why? Because guilt doesn’t feel good.  It makes us feel bad.  Often times really […]

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First Impressions of Psalm 6

Psalm 6 Theme The theme of the Psalm is sorrow and suffering – for some reason.  Verse one seems to point that David is confessing it is his own sin that has caused whatever predicament he seems to be in.  This would bring us into a close parallel with Psalm 32:3-4. It seems like the […]

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