David's Sin

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David is undoubtedly a prominent biblical character. He defeated the giant Goliath. He was promised to always have a king on the throne. The Messiah was to come through his descendants. He is the “sweet Psalmist” of Israel.

Many lessons can be learned from David’s life, including a negative one regarding his sin with Bathsheba.

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David's Sin

  1. 1. www.HebronChurchOfChrist.com
  2. 2. David is a prominent biblical figure  Defeated Goliath  Always have a king on the throne  Messiah to come from him  The “sweet psalmist of Israel”
  3. 3. Lessons from his sin with Bathsheba  What not to do  How one of great faith overcomes sin
  4. 4. Sin committed, 2 Sam. 11  Adultery, 2 Sam. 11:2-5  Deceit, 2 Sam. 11:6-9  Drunkenness, 2 Sam. 11:10-13  Murder/s, 2 Sam. 11:14-17
  5. 5. Out of character, 1 Sam. 13:24  “Overtaken” in sin, Gal. 6:1  Lust, curse, fight…
  6. 6. Gave in to temptation, 1 Jn. 2:15-17  Caught in a bad situation  Tempted by sight  Dwelt on possibilities  Acted on desires, Jas. 1:13-16
  7. 7. Tried to cover up, 2 Sam. 11  Not for long, Num. 32:23
  8. 8. Made to acknowledge his sin, 2 Sam. 12:1-13  Examine self, 2 Cor. 13:5  Listen to God’s word, Heb. 4:12  Listen to others, Prov. 13:18; 27:5
  9. 9. Repent, confess, & pray, 2 Sam. 12:13  David’s deep sorrow, Psa. 51:1-4  Repent & pray, Acts 8:19-24  Confess, 1 Jn. 1:5-9; Jas. 5:16
  10. 10. Consequences, 2 Sam. 12:10-14, 19  Adultery ⁃ marriage never the same  Theft ⁃ loss of trust of others  Abuse of children, drunk around them ⁃ Always in their mind  Lie/Disobey parents ⁃ long process of building back trust

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