Ignore repentance, and you'll never become a Christian. Ignore repentance as a Christian, and you'll never know real salvation, holiness, freedom, or joy. In this classic study of Psalm 51, reprints of four sermons preached in October 1949, Lloyd-Jones explores David's spiritual agony over his sin with Bathsheba and reveals the biblical journey towards a truly repentant heart: from the Holy Spirit's conviction and the sinner's confession, to God's cleansing, deliverance, and renewal.
If you are looking for understanding on repentance then turn to one of the classic passages in the Old Testament, Psalm 51. This Psalm takes us back in the life of David to when he committed adultery with Uriah's wife, Bathsheba. This sordid story is the backdrop to a moving study that gives readers a fuller understanding of the vital importance of repentance for Christians and non-Christian. Out of the Depths details the sinner's confession, helplessness and a central need. There is good news as Lloyd Jones shows that there is also deliverance and new life. This book will be a help to you if you are an earnest seeker after God who wants to take that first step on the road to salvation, and for the troubled Christian desiring to once again find the path to a restored relationship with God.