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As Christians, our aim is to worship God in spirit and in truth. (John 4:24) We look to the Bible as our only source for authority, and we abide by the pattern set forth in the New Testament. (II Timothy 1 : 13) Our services are not flashy, but are sincere in our reverence to our God.We hope that you will join us and we are happy to answer any question you may have.
Not Perfect, But Accountable
Nobody’s perfect, right? That’s how the phrase goes at least. When dealing with one’s problems, or the problem’s of a loved one, one may even quote Jesus when he said, “Let him who is without sin...be the first to throw a stone…” (John 8:7)
But what does it mean to be “not perfect?” The saying is true, none of us are perfect even Paul knew that when he said, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23)
As we discovered last week, even David, King of Israel wasn’t perfect. In (II Samuel 11) 5 0f the 10 commandments were broken by David. Yet, in Acts 13, we are told that David was a man after God’s heart. How can this be? - Accountability.
If we all sin and fall short, what makes us different than those in the world? The answer is simple, accountability. To be accountable is to accept your fault and offer restitution. People in the world don’t do this, they look for anyone and everyone else to take the fall for their faults.
Luckily for us, Christ is our restitution. Christ will pay our debt, but in order to do so we must accept our accountability. Can we accept our faults? Can we be like David?
What did David say when Nathan came to him? Open your bibles to II Samuel 12 and discover for yourself.
We would be honored if you joined us.