When the Prodigal Son finally came to his senses and decided to return home, he believed he would have to confess and atone for his sins in order to somehow make amends with his father. But what we should really learn from his experience is the shocking truth that God NEVER wants us to focus attention on our sin. Because when we do, it becomes impossible to see what He’s done for us: the redemption and freedom we’ve been invited into. Have you fallen into that trap?
Join Russ, Gary, and the Word Encounter crew as they explore the prophetic and practical significance of the Day of Atonement. Why do we still struggle with cycles of failure such as lust, anger, worry, etc.? And what steps can we take to break these cycles?