Contributed by Jon Miller on Aug 22, 2005
This sermon teaches us how we are accountable to God for our Sin. It explores some of the different ways that we try to excuse our sin.
It is me O’ Lord
In this passage of scripture the young man had to come to himself and say, “I have sinned.”
It is me O’ Lord, standing in the need of prayer.
In the 1950s a psychologist, Stanton Samenow, and a psychiatrist, Samuel Yochelson, sharing the conventional wisdom that