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Summary: How sin eventually evolves into rebellion

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The Evolution of Rebellion V

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Psalm 19 has been our foundational text for the past 6 weeks

Rebellion Part IV

Rebellion – A spirit of resistance to authority

Revolt against any authority or order

Resisting controls

I Samuel 15:22 – 23 – Saul’s Rebellion

Numbers 12: 1-14 - Miriam and Aaron’s Rebellion

Numbers 16: 1- 50 – Korah’s Rebellion

Common Thread in all 3 Rebellions

1. Attempted to walk outside their anointing and call

2. Resisted God’s established authority

3. They had what seemed to be a legitimate or in some cases a non-threatening issue

4. Disobedience partial or complete

5. They assumed the role of the authority

6. They had a following or what they were doing was unchallenged by the masses

7. God would not tolerate the rebellion to

co-exist

8. God’s presence or anointing was lifted and ministry is halted

9. Intercession was made on behalf of the offenders by the one offended

10. God judged the rebellion

11. God’s presence or anointing restored

First Steps to Rebellion

In all 3 examples they were predicated by these 3

initial signs

1. Faltered or absentee leaders

2. Feeling that things could be done better

3. Taking matters into their own hands

Chapter 17 – Confirmation of the Divine call

Rebellion Part V – Absolom’s Rebellion

When we left Absolom he had just murdered his brother

Amnon and fled to the land of his grandfather his

mother Maacah’s father King Talmai of Gesher

II Samuel 13:37-39

Absolom’s motivation and feelings

 Revenge

 Justice

 Anger

 Resentment

 Hatred

II Samuel 14 –15:12


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