We continue and conclude our study of Psalm 51 by showing how it is God's mercy to show us our sins and how this psalm appeals to both parts of the New Covenant. We examine the grave danger of being cast away by God and losing the Holy Spirit as well as consider why God may not call some people now.
We move on to how recognizing our own sinfulness makes us capable of instructing others in righteousness without judgment and the need to pursue holiness in order to be able to proclaim holiness without hypocrisy. We look at the idea and an example of a constructively broken spirit and how having a right heart allows us to offer pleasing sacrifices to God.
Tags: Psalms, Psalm 51, Mercy, New Covenant, Redemption, Clean Heart, New Creation, Righteousness, Nicolaitanes, Holy Spirit, Unpardonable Sin, Eternal Sin, Judgment, Speech, Sacrifice, Mass, Broken Spirit, Peter, Saint Faustina, Ex Opere Operato