Series The Way Back--The Way Forward (2016)

In Psalm 32, considered by many to be a companion to David's song of repentance in Psalm 51, we find a deeply transparent heart. Not only is the psalmist transparent about his own failings and God's correction in his life, he also celebrates the forgiveness and restoration that will help him to move forward from his failures.

Dates October 17-21, 2016
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
Text Psalm 32
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Part 1 - 10/17/16

The joy of God’s correction

Nobody likes being corrected. The reality is, most people would choose just about anything over being disciplined! But today on Discover the Word, the group begins a study in Psalm 32—where King David talks about the joy of God’s correction. Really? The joy of correction? Is this an oxymoron? Find out today on Discover the Word!

Part 2 - 10/18/16

Forgiveness and correction go hand in hand

Most of us wince a little when someone corrects us. It’s awkward, and sometimes painful. But we love it when someone extends forgiveness! Today on Discover the Word, we will take a look at Psalm 32. It’s a poem that shows how forgiveness and correction go hand in hand . . . and both are a blessing from God. Listen today on Discover the Word!

Part 3 - 10/19/16

David’s “year of hiding and denial”

“I’ll lose control, I’ll lose credibility, I’ll lose face.” That’s what we often fear will happen if we “come clean” about our sins. But we lose a whole lot more when we’re too stubborn to “fess up,” and continue to try and hide things—from God and from others. Today on Discover the Word,  we’ll discuss David’s “year of hiding and denial.” Join the group today, on Discover the Word!

Part 4 - 10/20/16

Trading guilt and shame for rescue and relief

Have you ever practiced “self-protection,”  where you hide your failures and try to control how people perceive you? Today on Discover the Word,  the group talks about how King David’s attempt to hide his sins put him in a precarious place with God. That is, until he confessed and was able to trade his songs of guilt and shame for songs of rescue and relief! Join the discussion today, on Discover the Word!

Part 5 - 10/21/16

Wisdom is the fruit of repentance

Hiding our sin leads to inner turmoil, but wisdom is the fruit of repentance. Today on Discover the Word, we will talk about the profound wisdom David learned when he finally came clean about his hidden sins. Find out why we can have joy when we are corrected and taught by God! Listen today to Discover the Word!

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