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Title: 2 Samuel 1114: David's Sin and Consequences


1
2 Samuel 11-14 David's Sin and Consequences
2
David Sins Against Uriah and God
3
David Sins Against Uriah and God 2
Samuel 111-27
  • David sent Joab and his servants to destroy the
    people of Ammon and to besiege Rabbah. (111)
  • One evening, David walked on the roof of his
    house and saw Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah the
    Hittite, bathing. (112-5)
  • King David sent for Uriah the Hittite. (116-13)
  • David sent Uriah back to Joab with a letter
    instructing Joab to put Uriah into the heat of
    the battle so that he may be struck down.
    (1114-25)
  • Bathsheba mourned when she learned of Uriahs
    death. When her mourning was over, Bathsheba
    became Davids wife and she bore him a son.
    Davids actions displeased the Lord. (1126-27)

4
David Repents of His Sins
5
David Repents of His Sins 2
Samuel 121-31
  • Nathan told David of a poor man unfairly treated
    by a rich man. (121-6)
  • Nathan told David that he was the guilty man.
    (127-12)
  • David acknowledge his sin and the Lord put his
    sin away. (1213-15)
  • After the child died, David ceased his mourning
    and went into the house of the Lord to worship.
    (1216-23)
  • David and Bathsheba conceived another child.
    (1224-25)
  • Joab fought against the Rabbah of the Ammonites
    and he took the city. (1226-31)

6
Division within David's Family Grows
7
Division within David's Family Grows 2 Samuel
13 - 14
  • Chapter 13
  • Davids son Amnon sinned against his sister,
    Tamar by forcing himself upon her. (131-14)
  • Amnon hated Tamar and sent her away.
    (1315-19)
  • Tamar lived her life as a desolate woman in
    Absaloms house. Absalom hated Amnon.
    (1320-22)
  • After two full years, Absalom arranged to have
    Amnon killed. (1323-29)
  • David learned of Amnons death and why he was
    killed by Absalom. (1330-33)

8
Division within David's Family Grows 2 Samuel
13 - 14
  • Chapter 13
  • Absalom fled. The rest of the kings sons
    returned to the king where together they bitterly
    wept. (1334-36)
  • Absalom went to Talmai the son of Ammihud, the
    king of Geshur. Absalom stayed in Geshur for
    three years. King David longed for his son,
    Absalom. (1337-39)

9
Division within David's Family Grows 2 Samuel
13 - 14
  • Chapter 14
  • Joab knew that King Davids heart went out to his
    son Absalom. Joab devised a plan whereby the king
    would send for Absalom. (141-24)
  • Absalom lived two full years in Jeruslaem without
    coming into the kings presence. Absalom sent for
    Joab, but Joab refused to go to Absalom. Finally,
    Absalom caught Joabs attention by setting Joabs
    field on fire. (1425-31)
  • Absalom sent Joab to talk to King David. Absalom
    desired to see his father, the king. David
    called for his son Absalom. (1432-33)

10
Lessons Learned
11
Lessons Learned 2 Samuel 11-14
  • We must exercise self-control at all times.
  • The sin between David and Bathsheba happened as a
    result because they did not exercise
    self-control. (2 Samuel 112-5)
  • Every sin can be avoided if we exercise
    self-control.
  • Galatians 522-23
  • 2 Peter 15-9

12
Lessons Learned 2 Samuel 11 - 14
  • Sometimes it is better to get a person to convict
    himself of sin.
  • Nathan used a method whereby David convicted
    himself of sin. (2 Samuel 121-7)
  • We are to go to a brother who has been overtaken
    in a fault. (Galatians 61-2) There are times
    when presenting the argument in such a way to
    bring the person to a self-convicting position
    works best.

13
Lessons Learned 2 Samuel 11 - 14
  • Sin, which brings consequences, can be forgiven
    by God.
  • Although David and Bathsheba bore the consequence
    of their sin, the Lord did forgive them. (2
    Samuel 127-15)
  • No matter what sins we have committed, the Lord
    is willing to forgive us if we are willing to
    repent. (1 John 19 - 22 2 Peter 39)

14
Lessons Learned 2 Samuel 11 - 14
  • Desiring after something that is sinful will lead
    to sin.
  • Amnon lusted after his sister Tamar. Such a
    relationship was sinful. Amnons lust was so
    great that it consumed him. He finally gave in to
    his desires and sinned against Tamar. (2 Samuel
    131-20)
  • We must control our desires. If we allow
    ourselves to desire after that which is sinful,
    our desire may very well lead us to the sin.
    (James 112-15)

15
Lessons Learned 2 Samuel 11 - 14
  • Vengeance belongs in the hands of the Lord.
  • Absalom took upon himself to exact vengeance upon
    Amnon for his sin against Tamar. (2 Samuel
    1323-39)
  • No matter what we face, it is not our place to
    take vengeance upon those who have done wrong.
    (Romans 1217-21)
  • The Lord has given the government the right
    punish those who have broken the law. (Romans
    131-5)
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