Hope Community Church
REFUEL Mid-Week Bible Study (May 4th, 2016)
A casual, topical bible study to help "fill up your tank" in the middle of the week. Come as you are and dig deeper into the Word! • Coffee bar at 6:30 in the auditorium • Child Care (ages 6wks-5yrs) & Kids "Mid-Week Mania" (grades K-5th) provided
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  • Hope Community Church
    1240 Jay St, Waterford Twp, MI 48327, USA
    Wednesday 7:00 PM
Bible Study #10:
David: The Brokenhearted Pt. 2

In part 1, we covered the lead up and fallout from David's affair with Bathsheba.
• He had broken 4 of the 10 commandments given to Moses.
(lying, coveting, adultery, murder)
• His own words regarding justice would soon come true. (2 Sam. 12:6-14)
In part 1, we covered the lead up and fallout from David's affair with Bathsheba.
• He had broken 4 of the 10 commandments given to Moses.
(lying, coveting, adultery, murder)
• His own words regarding justice would soon come true.
• His son's death marked the beginning of heartbreak for he and his family.
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love (2 Sam. 13:1-5)
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love
• Amnon has eyes for his sister.
• Incest was condemned by the law, but permitted by pagans. (Lev. 18:1-3, 6, 9)
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love
• Amnon has eyes for his sister.
• Incest was condemned by the law, but permitted by pagans.
2. Rejection and Rape (2 Sam. 13:6-19)
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love
• Amnon has eyes for his sister.
• Incest was condemned by the law, but permitted by pagans.
2. Rejection and Rape
• Amnon's lust leads to violence.
• Amnon's lust leads to hatred.
3. Murderous Revenge (2 Sam. 13:20-33)
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love
• Amnon has eyes for his sister.
• Incest was condemned by the law, but permitted by pagans.
2. Rejection and Rape
• Amnon's lust leads to violence.
• Amnon's lust leads to hatred.
3. Murderous Revenge
• David's inaction leads to a reaction by another.
• Absalom's anger reached a boiling point after 2 years.
4. A Strained Relationship (2 Sam. 13:34-14:33)
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love
• Amnon has eyes for his sister.
• Incest was condemned by the law, but permitted by pagans.
2. Rejection and Rape
• Amnon's lust leads to violence.
• Amnon's lust leads to hatred.
3. Murderous Revenge
• David's inaction leads to a reaction by another.
• Absalom's anger reached a boiling point after 2 years.
4. A Strained Relationship
• Joab's deception leads to Absalom's return to Jerusalem after 3 years.
• Joab's misfortune leads to a family reunion after 2 years.
5. Undermined Authority (2 Sam. 15:1-14)
The fallout (consequences) from David's sin includes:
1. Forbidden love
• Amnon has eyes for his sister.
• Incest was condemned by the law, but permitted by pagans.
2. Rejection and Rape
• Amnon's lust leads to violence.
• Amnon's lust leads to hatred.
3. Murderous Revenge
• David's inaction leads to a reaction by another.
• Absalom's anger reached a boiling point after 2 years.
4. A Strained Relationship
• Joab's deception leads to Absalom's return to Jerusalem after 3 years.
• Joab's misfortune leads to a family reunion after 2 years.
5. Undermined Authority
• Absalom usurps a leadership role that doesn't belong to him.
• Absalom props himself up as King at Hebron.

Next week:
David: The Heartbroken Pt. 3