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Make No Provisions For The Flesh | Psalm 106 Part 2

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Scripture: Psalm 106Romans 13:14
Topics: Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Contributor: Joel Webbon

“Do you mortify; do you make it your daily work; be always at it whilst you live; cease not a day from this work; be killing sin or it will be killing you.” -John Owen

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What Is Godly Sorrow? Part 2

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Scripture: Psalm 51
Topics: Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Doctrine of Sin, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Pastor Joel Webbon preaches on the true nature of confession and the biblical characteristics of “godly sorrow” from Psalm 51:8-17. The contrite man does not merely ask for forgiveness, he asks to be changed.

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What Is Godly Sorrow? Part 1

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Scripture: 2 Samuel 112 Samuel 12Psalm 51
Topics: Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Sin, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Pastor Joel Webbon preaches on the true nature of confession and the biblical characteristics of “godly sorrow” from Psalm 51:1-5.

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The Folly of Pride

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Scripture: Acts 12:20-23
Topics: Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Sin, Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Mortification of Sin, Resisting Temptation, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Mortification of Sin, Contributor: Connor Hensley

“Now Herod was angry with the people of Tyre and Sidon, and they came to him with one accord, and having persuaded Blastus, the king’s chamberlain, they asked for peace, because their country depended on the king’s country for food. On an appointed day Herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration …