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Rev. Carl H. Kemp, Pastor


November 12, 2006


Psalm 51: 1—15 

How can I deal with the regrets of my life? 

            God sometime uses brokenness and remorse to bring true repentance. 

David had committed adultery and murder (2 Sam. 11: 1—17). In this psalm he pleads with God to cleanse him from sin’s stain.
            The image is not one of a superficial wiping away but one of a deep scrubbing of the soul. The result of David’s confession is a heart made not merely clean but white as snow and then filled with the joy of salvation.
            Have you ever wondered if God could forgive you? David’s prayer assures us that no matter how dark the stain, we can be made white and pure by God’s forgiveness and cleansing. 

How can I avoid regrets in the future? 

            Matthew 27: 3—10
Judas’s self destructive regrets were caused by a combination of selfishness and a failure to consider the full consequences of his decision. 

God wants us to know that the consequences of sin always include deep regret.

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