The royal sin: or adultery rebuk"d in a great king
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The royal sin: or adultery rebuk"d in a great king ... Deliver"d in the parish of St. Martin"s, ... The fourth edition. By J. T. D.D. by Joseph Trapp

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Published by printed and sold by J. Huggonson in London .
Written in English

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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3227, no. 09.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL16911892M

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The royal sin: or, Adultery rebuk'd in a great king. Being a discourse from the following text, And Nathan said unto David, Thou art the man, 2 Sam. xii. 7. Deliver'd in the parish of St. Martin's and published at the unanimous request of the congregation. Addressed to those whom it may concern. The royal sin: or adultery rebuk'd in a great king.: Being A Discourse from the following Text. Deliver'd in the parish of St. Martin's, and published at the unanimous Request of the Congregation. Addressed to those whom it may concern. The fourth edition. By J.T.D.D.   The Father: The royal line must continue, even if the current heir is incapable of siring a child. A solution must be found. Content Warning: Adultery, Impregnation Royal Sins: With the one surviving heir a man-child married to a foreign princess, the royal line is in jeopardy. In public, they must be unimpeachable. In private, duty will require sacrifices of honour, and of body.3/5. Nathan Rebukes David (). 12 The Lord sent Nathan to David. When he came to him, he said, “There were two men in a certain town, one rich and the other poor. 2 The rich man had a very large number of sheep and cattle, 3 but the poor man had nothing except one little ewe lamb he had boughtHe raised it, and it grew up with him and his children. It shared his food, drank from his cup and even.

The subject for today is something that follows very naturally after the great sin of adultery in chap and so we have as our title, “David Rebuked, Repentant, Restored; and Yet Disciplined.” This chapter spotlights the believer’s path from sin to forgiveness. Rebuke, penitence, restoration, but chastisement.   Everyone who knows the Bible knows that King David was a great man. And yet everyone familiar with the Bible will also recognize that David did a lot of not-so-great things. Of course, there was the sin with Bathsheba, the murder of her husband Uriah, and the subsequent cover-up. That was not exactly delighting in the law of the Lord (Psalm ). But there was also the ill-advised census. In yesterday’s post, we considered the sins of the priests (and they were numerous enough). Today we examine the sins of the people that the Lord sets forth in the Book of Malachi. Here, too, please understand that not everyone is guilty of all of these things. However, they are common human sins and sinful Continue reading "The Sins of God’s People As Stated in the Prophet Malachi". Hosea's Wife and Children. 1 This is the word of the LORD that came to Hosea son of Beeri in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and of Jeroboam son of Jehoash, a king of Israel.. 2 When the LORD first spoke to Hosea, He told him, “Go, take a prostitute as your wife and have children of adultery, because this land is flagrantly prostituting itself by departing.

“If any man takes a wife and goes in to her and then turns against her, and charges her with shameful deeds and publicly defames her, and says, ‘I took this woman, but when I came near her, I did not find her a virgin,’ then the girl’s father and her mother shall take and bring out the evidence of the girl’s virginity to the elders of the city at the gate. read more. Scripture is clear that while adultery is a sin, it is forgivable, for people like Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and David lived in a lifelong state of adultery, but they were forgiven and accepted by God. There were even adulterers in the early church, and they too were forgiven and redeemed. Adultery is forgivable. Adultery is not the unforgivable sin.   The Israelites make the most of this. They ravage the land of the Ammonites and then besiege the capital (royal) city of Rabbah (; see 1 Chronicles ). This city of Rabbah, incidentally, is now the city of Amman, Jordan. It is not until after David's sin is rebuked by Nathan that the Israelites actually take the city (2 Samuel ). Start studying Survey of the Bible Unit 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.