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Title: CONFESSION OF SIN IN THE OLD TESTAMENT


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SHEEP IN THE WORD MINISTRIES Rev. Robert C. Lewis
Glendale Baptist Church Houston,
Texas quicknotes.org 2007
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CONFESSION OF SIN IN THE OLD TESTAMENT
  • The Ins and Outs of Confession

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ISRAEL AT KADESH
  • Numbers 14

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their sin unbelief (Numbers
1411) complaining and disobedience (Deuteronomy
126)
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their confession they confessed (1440) but
immediately disobeyed (Numbers 144145)
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consequences their confession (1440) did not
restore their inheritance (142223) or remove
the sin unto death (1429, 3235 266465)
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intercession Moses' intercession gained
their pardon (1420) and reduced their
discipline they died over 40 years (143334)
instead of immediately (1412)
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principle confession may come to late to
avert divine discipline
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ACHAN
  • Joshua 7

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his sin stealing things under a ban (Joshua
71, 11)
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his confession he admits his guilt and names
his sin (72021)
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the opposite of confessing is hiding sin (719)
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consequences confession did not reduce his
punishment or lift the ban his whole family was
stoned and burned (72426)
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consequences 36 men died because of his sin
(75)
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principle confronting sin may bring about
confession (719 cf. Genesis 3813 1 Samuel
1217 151423)
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ISRAEL UNDER THE JUDGES
  • 1 Samuel 12911

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their sin idolatry (1 Samuel 1210)
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their confession they admit their guilt and
name their sin (1210)
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consequences confession and repentance
removed their discipline (compare 129 with 1211)
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principle discipline often brings us to the
point of confession
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ISRAEL
  • 1 Samuel 121222

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their sin asking for a king (1 Samuel 1217,
19, 20)
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their confession they admit their guilt and
name their sin (1219)
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consequences their confession did not restore
the rule of the judges they will pay dearly
(8918)
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principle confession may not remove God's
permissive will or restore God's perfect will
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principle some sins have irreversible
consequences
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principle continue serving the Lord after
confessing your sins
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SAUL
  • 1 Samuel 15

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his sin keeping things placed under a ban (1
Samuel 1523, 89, 1819
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his confession he finally confesses his sin
after being confronted by Samuel (152425)
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excuses he rationalized, made excuses, and
passed the buck (1515, 21)
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consequences his confession did not restore
his throne (152629) or lift the ban from him
(3116)
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consequences confession reduced and postponed
his disciplinehe was not replaced immediately
and his family and possessions were not all
killed and burned
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principle others may cause you to sin, but
you're responsible (cf. Adam and Eve, Genesis
312, 13)
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DAVID
  • 2 Samuel 24

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Davids Sin (2419) Davids Confession
(241014) Davids Punishment (241517) Davids
Sacrifice (241825)
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his sin numbering the people (2 Samuel 2419)
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his confession his confession (10, 17) did
not remove the divine discipline (1117)
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consequences he was given a choice of three
punishments (13)
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consequences 70,000 die after his confession
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shared guilt Israel was not without guilt (1)
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principle others may be punished severely for
your sin (1516) David asked to be punished
instead of Israel but his substitutionary offer
was ignored (17)
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principle a guilty conscience often motivates
confession (10)
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DAVID
  • 2 Samuel 12718

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his sins adultery (2 Samuel 114) and murder
(111417 129)
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his confession confession and forgiveness
(13) reduced but did not remove his divine
discipline
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two capital offenses capital punishment was
waived by God (13 cf. Lev 2010 2417)
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consequences immediate disciplinethe baby
will die (14)
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consequences future disciplinetrouble in his
family from now on (1012)
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principle one sin can bring divine discipline
for the rest of your life
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SHIMEI
  • 2 Samuel 191623

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his sin he cursed and threw stones at
Davidthe LORD's anointed (2 Samuel 16513
1921 cf. Exodus 2228)
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his confession he confesses his sin to David
at a ford of the Jordan (20)
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he asked David to not count and not remember
his sin (19)
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sacrifice he does good deeds to show his
repentance, submission, and desire for fellowship
(1618)
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forgiveness David overlooks and forgets his
sin (2223)
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consequences confession, initiative (16, 17,
20), and good works saved his life (23)
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principle …confess your sins to one another…
(James 516a)
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Shimei sinned against David (16513) and
against God (Exodus 2228) so he confessed his
sin to David (191920) and presumably also to God
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RESTITUTION
  • Numbers 568

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sin theft
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confession plus restitution plus a
penalty confession, full restitution, and a 20
penalty is required
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recipients full restitution is given to the
victim (7), or to the closest relative (8a), or
to the LORD for the priest (8b)
73
sacrifice a guilt offering is given to the
LORD (8c cf. Leviticus 617)
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forgiveness after (1) confessing his sin to
the victim and to God (Numbers 57), (2) making
full restitution, (3) adding 20 for
compensation, and (4) making a guilt offering to
the LORD, he is forgiven (Leviticus 67)
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SHEEP IN THE WORD MINISTRIES Rev. Robert C. Lewis
Glendale Baptist Church Houston,
Texas quicknotes.org 2007
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