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How can you break free from patterns of repeated failure? Changing direction is more than being sorry. In Psalm 51, after David was confronted by Nathan about his adulterous affair with Bathsheba, David penned probably the greatest expression of genuine repentance that has ever been written.

In this series, we’ll explore David’s prayer of repentance, and you’ll discover God’s diagnosis of the human condition, his prescription for treatment, and the process of recovery. You’ll see how the Bible sets out practical steps to help get you back on track and moving in the right direction. Along the way, we’ll see why repentance is to continue throughout the Christian life. We’ll look at the difference between true guilt and false guilt, and we’ll clear away two misconceptions that can keep you from true repentance.

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