2 Samuel 6:1 Ė 7:29
Tragedy in Transporting the Ark (6:1-11)
Triumph upon Arrival in Jerusalem (6:12-23)
David Plans for a Temple (7:1-7)
God Promises Completion (7:8-17)
David Praises Godís Faithfulness (7:18-29)
One:† At first glance doesnít it appear that Godís judgment of Uzzah was overly harsh? Note 6:7. Why is this so?
In moving the ark, David clearly violated Godís instructions Ė Exodus 25:12-15. How could this have happened?† Note two possible answers:
Uzzah was likewise guilty before God:
One: In what ways are we guilty of similar sins before God?
Two: What does this passage have to say concerning the seriousness of sin and the holiness of God?
Three: What does it mean to say something is ďholyĒ?