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… United Kingdom – Part 2
… United Kingdom – Part 2

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Lesson 2 2 Samuel 1425 1537 Review 2 Sa 1211 Thus says the LORD Behold I will raise up adversity against you from your own house and I will take your wives before your eyes and give them to your neighbor and he shall lie with your wives in the sight of this sun ID: 540716 Download Presentation

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United Kingdom – Part 2Lesson 22 Samuel 14:25 – 15:37Slide3

Review2 Sa 12:11 "Thus says the LORD: 'Behold, I will raise up adversity against you from your own house; and I will take your wives before your eyes and give them to your neighbor, and he shall lie with your wives in the sight of this sun. 12 'For you did it secretly, but I will do this thing before all Israel, before the sun.'“ 14 "However, because by this deed you have given great occasion to the enemies of the LORD to blaspheme, the child also who is born to you shall surely die.”Slide4

ReviewAmnon – oldest son of David by AhinoamAbsalom – third son of David by MaacahTamar – daughter of David by MaacahJonadab – 1st cousin of all (son of David’s brother Shimeah)Jonadab helps Amnon devise a plan to get Tamar alone and he rapes herAbsalom takes revenge and kills Amnon.Slide5

ReviewAbsalom flees and is not allowed to return for 3 years until Joab intervenesDavid still does not face the situation and does not want to see Absalom. 2 years passDavid relents and sees Absalom. 4 years pass

Tamar incident

3 Years

2 Years

2 Years

Absalom’s Revenge

Absalom Returns

David sees Absalom

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Years

Absalom

rebelsSlide6

Absalom – seeks reconciliationSends word to Joab to help himJoab ignores himAbsalom has his servants get Joab’s attentionJoab relays message from Absalom.David reconciles with AbsalomSlide7

Absalom – the politicianAbsalom steals the hearts of the peopleAbsalom wants the throneMakes appearances as “the prince”Creates a “problem” for which he has the solution.Slide8

Absalom – the coupAbsalom seeks permission to go to Hebron to worship.Takes a large companySends for AhithophelTrumpets sound and declaration is heard throughout nation, “Absalom is king in Hebron” Slide9

David – a king without a throneDavid flees JerusalemLost controlLost respectIneffective leaderOnce again hidingSlide10

David – a king without a throneDavid flees JerusalemThose loyal to him accompany himCherethites, Pelethites, GittitesCitizens weep, along with David himself, as he passesPriests bring the ark and offer sacrifices as they passSlide11

David – a king without a throneDavid flees JerusalemPriests become spies for DavidZadok, Abiathar, Ahimaaz, Jonathan, Counselor becomes spy for DavidHushaiSlide12

ThoughtsLeaders must be above reproach. Elders are perfect examples of thisDavid’s personal sins effected his judgementLost control, respect and became ineffectiveWhat led Absalom to rebel?Pride? Ambition? No respect for God and his authorityDavid flees.He puts matters into God’s hands whether or not he ever returns to JerusalemSlide13