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TITLE: Davidic Covenant
TEXT: 2 SAMUEL 7 1 Chronicles 17
Objective: When God says "no", it is for our very best.
He wants us to be totally submissive to His will and then God will bless us abundantly beyond our imagination.
This is to teach the Davidic Covenant.
| *PALESTINIAN**COVENANT*/Deuteronomy 30:1-8/ |
| *DAVIDIC**COVENANT*/2 Samuel 7: 12-16/ |
| *NEW**COVENANT*/Jeremiah 31:31-34/ |
| Ownership,unconditional Possession based onobedience Land forever *LAND* |
| Indwelling and filling of Holy Spirit New nature, heart, and mind Forgiveness of sins *BLESSING* |
| House Kingdom Throne *SEED* |
| */ABRAHAMIC COVENANT/**/ /*/ETERNAL UNCONDITIONAL LITERAL/ |
Summary of 1 Chronicles
Explanation: Remember they days when kids sold newspapers on the streets, shouting “Extra, Read all about it.”
Well, this is the daily chronicle, with an editorial on David.
Since there is one Chronicle, it represents 1 Chronicles.
See David’s picture?
You know its David because of the harp and whole heart. 1 Chronicles—Editorial on David.
Overview: The two books of Chronicles are divine “editorials” priestly recollections and interpretations of the historical facts surrounding the life of God’s people from the reign of David to the Babylonian exile. 1 Chronicles recounts the righteous reign of David.
Chapters 1-9 catalog David’s ancestry dating back to Adam, and chapters 10-29 focus on the details of David’s administration.
Through out the book, the emphasis is on proper worship of the one true God—worship of David’s life consistently exemplified.
Read Luke 1:26‑37
Look for house, kingdom, throne
2. Established forever
Davidic Covenant fulfilled only in Christ
Tell Story of 2 Samuel 7
David at Ease in Jerusalem—1-3
Calls Nathan to talk
Wants to keep God in 1st place
Nathan says to do it—v.
God says NO—v. 4à
You may not build this house
God Blesses David 5‑17
Reminds David of his humble beginning
Reminds David that God brought him through the enemies travels
God appointed David as King
God will grant David 13, 16
c. kingdom forever—
David's Response 7:18‑29
David thought he must not put God in 2nd place
I live in a beautiful home
God lives in a tent
Lessons for us
Do not give God 2nd place in your life
Who is central in your life?
1) God or self
2) God or family
3) God or time
4) Are you being the best steward of your time?
God will bless for proper attitudes
1) House of Windsor
2) dynasty, ruling monarch, posterity
1) A king must have a kingdom
2) A sphere of rule
1) Seat of Government
Jesus Christ in the only one qualified to fulfill this covenant
Many people claimed to be saviors
Only one has the credentials
‑‑Must have the right lineage
‑‑Must be born of a virgin
‑‑Must be God as well as man
‑‑He must have victory over death
a. Joint checking account
‑‑Amy can write checks from the account
(provided there is a balance)
You recognize your pastor
‑‑expect to come to the pulpit and preach
‑‑Must be faithful and regular
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