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Releasing the Past

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Blurred – Finding Clarity in a Sexually Distorted World
Releasing The Past
Scripture Reference: Psalm 51
Discuss the following questions with your Mini-Church:

  1. Take a moment and read 2 Samuel 11-12, the backstory and inspiration for Psalm 51. What do you notice about this story? When is the first time David sees his sexual sin clearly?
  2. Do you feel like you are potentially blind to your own sexual sin? What are some ways we can help each other “see ourselves” more clearly?
  3. Why does David say in v. 17 that the sacrifices of God are “a broken and a contrite heart,” what does that mean to you personally? Share with the group.
  4. In verse 13, David says that the result of the cleansing he has experienced means he will proclaim God’s story of redemption to others. Who needs to hear your story?

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