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Crossway Books & Bibles Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy - eBook

What do you do when you've really blown it? How can a broken sinner stand before God without fear? Is there such a thing as a new beginning? Whiter Than Snow answers these questions through fifty-two meditations on Psalm 51. Designed for busy believers, these reflections are brief, engaging, and practical.
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Review 1 for Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy - eBook
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Outstanding Meditations on the Inner Heart

Date:May 17, 2014
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This is one of the best daily meditation and devotional studies I have experienced. This is an in-depth study of Psalm 51, David's repentence over his adultery and sexual sin. There are 52 daily studies of various verses of Psalm 51, with two questions to consider and journal about each day. I will make this an annual part of my quiet time studies. Thank you Paul Tripp!
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Review 2 for Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy - eBook
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Should become an annual read.

Date:November 12, 2010
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While Psalm 51 is a psalm of repentance, it is also a psalm filled with great encouragements. In a recent life low point, a careful and meditative read through "Whiter Than Snow" was more uplifting than I can express in a few words. But such a book, and such a psalm is not to be left for the low points in life only. I believe it would benefit each of us to review, at least yearly, our absolute helpless condition apart from the cleansing, forgiving love that God freely extents to a broken and repentant heart. Psalm 51 and "Whiter Than Snow" are perfect for such an exercise. If you think you're beyond God's ability to love you as deeply as the best person you may know - think again, and give yourself fully to the God of infinite grace.
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