Sin Against God
All Sin Affects the Relationship
Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Sermonette ; #586s; 15 minutes
Richard Ritenbaugh expounds upon the "Go to your brother" scripture Matthew 18:15-17, suggesting that "getting offended" seems to be as commonplace as breathing, eating, or sleeping. Some people just cannot let an offense go, refusing to cut the other person any slack whatsoever. More important than our offense against another human being is the offense we have committed against Almighty God (metaphorically poking a branch up His nose or slapping Him in the face), paling into insignificance our offense against other human beings. In Psalm 51, David indicates that the real gravity of our sin is the offense we have committed against God Almighty
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