The Consequence of Confronting God | David in 22 | 2 Samuel 11

"Do you see the terrible problem that God, Himself, has to face? For Him to be good, for Him to be just, He has to destroy David." Now we get to the infamous story of David and Bathsheba. When David knowingly sins, he does the same thing Adam and Eve did in the Garden of Eden: he confronts God. When we sin, we're confronting God and His goodness. We're testing how His goodness reacts to our evil. We're challenging God to see how His goodness can overcome our evil without destroying us. Listen to (Patrick) as he continues our (David in 22) series and exposes the consequence of confronting God with sin. To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO. Outline 0:15 - (Dead Grandmother Syndrome) 1:00 - (Genesis 3) 1:10 - (2 Samuel 11) 3:20 - (Walter Brueggeman) 3:30 - The Mark on David 4:15 - Reflection 5:30 - Confronting God 6:50 - (2 Samuel 11.27) 8:00 - Jesus 8:30 - Be honest 9:00 - Rescue 9:45 - Subscribe. Rate. Share. Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: ( Passages 2 Samuel 11: ( 2 Samuel 11.27: ( References Dead Grandmother Syndrome: ( Genesis 3: ( Walter Brueggeman (David's Truth): ( Related David in 22: (

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