Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The Plague Of Sin

I wanted to share this sermon, from this past Lord's day, on the end of chapter 13 of Leviticus, as it made a big impression on me, and is still staying with me on Wednesday. I found it very convicting as Pastor talked about how the leprosy in the passage symbolized sin in our lives, and went on to talk about finding and searching out sin and dealing with it....whether that means removing a sinful part from an activity that is not sinful in itself, but maybe our attitude regarding it is sinful, or perhaps the need to remove it completely if it is continuing to cause us to sin. Most of all it was about taking our sin to Christ, asking Him to destroy it, and about our great need for grace. It gave me a lot to think about and to search out in my life and motives, and I hope others will find it helpful as well.
Robert McCurley | Greenville Presbyterian Church

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