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  1. Pastor/TeacherJim Rickard Grace Fellowship Church Tuesday, April 30, 2013

  2. 1 John 1:9,“If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”

  3. DoxologyPraise God, from whom all blessings flow;Praise Him, all creatures here below;Praise Him above, ye heavenly host;Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.—Amen.

  4. The Book of ProverbsChapter 6“Four Areas of Avoidance”

  5. I. Introduction:Vs. 1-5, “Avoid Being Surety.”Vs. 6-11, “Avoid Laziness.”Vs. 12-19, “Avoid the Seven Sins hated by the Lord.”Vs. 20-35, “Avoid Adultery.”

  6. IV. Avoid the Seven Sins hated by the Lord. Vs. 12-19

  7. What is Sin?Three general categories of sin: Mental, Verbal or Overt.

  8. 1. Mental Attitude Sin:Sins of the mentality of your mind that occur when a temptation enters your conscious thought process …

  9. … and then is massaged or contemplated as an actual thing or event that you would do and then envision yourself as doing.CfProv 6:14a, 17a, 18a.

  10. Two groups of Mental Attitude Sins:

  11. Two groups of Mental Attitude Sins:a. Emotional sins:

  12. Two groups of Mental Attitude Sins:a. Emotional sins:1) Sins related to fear, which includes worry and anxiety.

  13. 2) Sins related to hatred, which includes anger, violence, and murder.

  14. 2) Sins related to hatred, which includes anger, violence, and murder.3) Sins related to self-pity.

  15. 2) Sins related to hatred, which includes anger, violence, and murder.3) Sins related to self-pity.4) Sins related to guilt.

  16. b. Mental sins:

  17. b. Mental sins:Arrogance, pride, jealousy, implacability, bitterness, vindictiveness, inordinate ambition and inordinate competition, all motivational sins, and sinful thoughts.

  18. 2. Verbal Sin:

  19. 2. Verbal Sin:Sins of the tongue that are spoken with your mouth including gossip, maligning, slander, judging, lying, and verbal deception.Cf. Prov 6:12b, 14b, 17b, 19b.

  20. All verbal sins originate from mental attitude sins, which lead to motivational sins, which lead to the sins of the tongue, which are designed to destroy your target. James 3:5ff

  21. 3. Overt Sin:

  22. 3. Overt Sin: Sins performed with your body parts that include chemical sins, sexual sins, criminal sins, etc.Cf. 13b and c, 17c, 18b

  23. Different types of sins are sprinkled throughout the N.T. that include commands of what not to do and what we should do that when we do not do them it is sin.

  24. Rom 13:8,“Owe nothing to anyone except to love one another; for he who loves his neighbor has fulfilled the law. 10Love does no wrong to a neighbor; therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.”

  25. The following are lists of sins that we are told to avoid so that we do not enter into sin. Rom 1:24-32; 13:8-10; 1 Cor 6:9-10; Gal 5:19-21, 26; Eph 5:1-7; 1 Tim 1:8-10; 2 Tim 3:1-9

  26. In Prov 6:12-15, we have: 1) Mental Attitude Sins in vs. 13a, 14a; 2) Verbal Sins in vs.12b, 14b;3) Overt Sins in vs. 13b, 13c. We will see their parallels in verses 17-19.

  27. The Pattern of Vs. 12-15:

  28. The Pattern of Vs. 12-15:1) The General Indictment, vs. 12a and 16.

  29. The Pattern of Vs. 12-15:1) The General Indictment, vs. 12a and 16.2) The Description, vs. 12b-14, and 17ff.

  30. The Pattern of Vs. 12-15:1) The General Indictment, vs. 12a and 16.2) The Description, vs. 12b-14, and 17ff.3) The Lord’s Assessment and Judgment, vs. 15-16.

  31. Prov 6:12,“Worthless person.”BELIYYAAL ADAM

  32. BELIYYAAL, “Worthless, good for nothing, unprofitable, wicked, ruin, destruction, or something corrupt.”

  33. Primarily it refers to individuals who are morally corrupt, debased or degenerate.

  34. It is used as a proper name for Satan in 2 Cor 6:15, “Or what harmony has Christ with Belial, or what has a believer in common with an unbeliever?”

  35. Deut 13:13,“Certain men, the children of Belial, are gone out from among you, and have withdrawn the inhabitants of their city, saying, Let us go and serve other gods, which ye have not known.”

  36. Prov 19:27-28,“Cease listening, my son, to discipline, and you will stray from the words of knowledge. 28A rascally (worthless) witness makes a mockery of justice, and the mouth of the wicked (RASHA) spreads iniquity (AWEN).”

  37. “Man of wickedness” or wicked man. ISH AWEN

  38. Many times AWEN is used in correlation with words spoken, usually of the deceitful quality. Job 11:11; 15:35; Psa 36:3-4; 41:6; 55:10; 94:4; Prov 6:12; 17:4; 19:28.

  39. Psa 10:7, the wicked man’s mouth is full of curses, lies, threats, trouble and evil.

  40. The wicked may speak cordially with their neighbors, but are actually harboring malice, Psa 28:3.

  41. Their activities come from a heart so intent on wickedness that it plans how most effectively to spread trouble and turmoil, vs. 14a, and are willing to lie, vs. 12b, as long as it furthers the goal of disrupting and destroying relationships, vs. 14b.

  42. Grace Fellowship ChurchTuesday April 30, 2013Tape # 13-046Proverbs Chapter 6 Avoid The Seven Sins Hated By God, Pt 4 Three Categories of Sin Prov 6:12-19; 19:27-28; Rom 1:24-32; 5:8, 10; Deut13:13 James H. Rickard Bible Ministries 2013