EVYL Leader Devo – Day Twenty Five

II Samuel 12:1-13 “Rebuke”

Open: 
What special meals do you request on personal celebrations?

Dig: 
1. Why does the absence of justice and mercy in Nathan’s account so enrage David (Vv. 5-6)?

2. What is Nathan’s perspective on gratitude (Vv. 7-8)?

3. How does David respond to Nathan’s rebuke (v.13; Psalm 51)?

Apply: 
Do you have a Nathan in your life? Give permission for a dear friend to ask the Nathan-kind of questions of your life.

Reflect: 
“For a good confession, three things are necessary: an examination of conscience, sorrow and a determination to avoid sin.” — St. Alphonsus Laguori

“To admit our sin is positively the most cheerful thing any of us can do.” — Unknown

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