“I do not understand my own actions. For I do not do what I want, but I do the very thing I hate,” exclaims Paul, in Romans Chapter 7. Paul’s struggle against his flesh is exactly what we can expect even as Christians who are born again, even though God lovingly washes us clean as snow when we throw ourselves on His mercy and repent. But what about habitual sin, or the choices we make in rebellion? The Bible has a lot to say about it, and that’s the topic at the Table today.
In Segment 2, we’re scooting up our chairs for our Bible study in 2Samuel, with our Bible study teacher Beth Seifert. Be sure to download the notes in our Bible study tab on the menu. Tomorrow we will be introducing you to Samuel, a prophet whose life was incredibly significant!
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