The Tragic Pivot in David's Life

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December 4, 2016  //  King David had it all, but it still wasn't enough. He let sin enter his life, but he had a friend hold him accountable. David repented but still had to endure the consequences, and God forgave him. This part of The Story reveals a Wesleyan way of living: being in an accountability group steeped in prayer, studying scripture, sharing successes and failures, accountability, and action through holiness of living.  Psalm 51:1-17

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