How to Live With the Consequences of Sin | David in 22 | 2 Samuel 15

God's forgiveness reconciles us with God, but it does not erase or eliminate the consequences for the sins that we committed There's always a consequence for your actions. Sometimes it's a good consequence, like a little smile turning someone's entire day around and causing a ripple effect. But sometimes it's a bad consequence that can ruin someone's life —and also cause a ripple effect. Sin isn't just a personal problem with personal consequences. Hear how the consequences of sin span across generations as (Keith) covers (2 Samuel 15) to continue our series of (David in 22). In this episode, we discuss the consequences of sin after David's affair with Bathsheba. Listen to (How to Make It Right With God) and (What Causes a Dysfunctional Family Legacy) for more context. To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO. Outline 0:15 - Consequences to sin 0:40 - (Reap what you sow) 0:55 - Sin's promise 2:20 - Consequences of David's sin 3:35 - (2 Samuel 15) 4:00 - Theme of Exile 5:35 - How to Make It Right With God 5:45 - (2 Samuel 12.11-12) 6:45 - Lesson #1 7:10 - Lesson #2 7:35 - Lesson #3 9:15 - Prayer 9:50 - Subscribe. Rate. Share. Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: ( Passages 2 Samuel 15: ( 2 Samuel 12.11-12: ( References Reap what you sow (Galatians 6.7-9): ( Adam and Eve's Exile from Eden (Genesis 3): ( Israelite's Exile to Assyria (2 Kings 17): ( Israel's Exile to Babylon (2 Kings 25): ( Related How to Make It Right With God: ( What Causes a Dysfunctional Family Legacy:

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