Lesson 17 David Plans a Temple 2 Samuel

Lesson 17 David Plans a Temple 2 Samuel

Lesson 17 David Plans a Temple 2 Samuel 7 1 Chronicles 17 Introduction A milestone of Old Testament

Revelation Nathans prophecy (vv. 1-17) in many ways the most important part of the books of Samuel Explanations of the prophecy are given by later OT prophets and inspired NT writers David Proposes a Temple vv. 1-3

Davids palace in Jerusalem built of the cedars of Lebanon Lord has given rest (peace) from all his enemies The ark dwells in tent curtains David expresses concern to Nathan Nathan responds as friend? God Vetoes Davids Idea vv. 4-7

Same night word of Lord comes to Nathan Go tell David Would you build me a house to live in? God had not dwelt in a house but in a tent (tabernacle) God had not asked the judges to build Him a house

Thought Questions vv. 1-7 Was Davids conscience bothering him? Why did God ask an obviously negative question to David (v. 5)? Did God really want a temple, or was

He accommodating the Jews as he did with the monarchy? Thought Questions vv. 1-7 What are we to make of Gods glory filling the temple (2 Chron. 7:1-3) and

leaving it (Ezek. 11:22-23)? Is it significant that in Hebrews the temple is not mentioned, but in chapter 9 the tabernacle is? Thought Questions vv. 1-7

What do you think of Stephens remark in Act 7:47 (see vv. 44-48)? From 1 Cor. 6:19 where is the true temple of God; and what do you think of all these elaborate and ornate cathedrals and temples that were built throughout the centuries? Promise to David - Pt. 1 vv. 8-11

The Lord reminds David of his humble beginning v.8 God has been with David, cut off his enemies before him, and made his name great God will give His people a place and peace Promise to David - Pt. 1 vv. 8-11

Like it was with the judges God promises David rest from enemies Moreover, the Lord promises to make a house for David Thought Questions vv. 8-11

Why did God remind David of his beginnings? Does verse 10 mean that Israel will never be disturbed again? Will God build David a house to live in? Promise to David - Pt. 2 vv. 12-17 When Davids days are fulfilled and he

is gone, God promises a physical offspring He will build a house for Gods name God will establish his throne forever God will be his father, he will be Gods son Promise to David - Pt. 2 vv. 12-17 When he commits iniquity, God will

chasten him with the rod of men, with stripes from the sons of men But God will not take His love from him as He did from Saul Davids house, kingdom, throne will be established forever Nathan spoke to David these things Thought Questions vv. 12-17

In part or whole, was this passage about Solomon? In what way could God be the father of Davids offspring? How does the inspired writer of Hebrews 1:5-9 help us understand this passage? Thought Questions vv. 12-17

How does Acts 13:33 and Psalms 2:7 help? What does Acts 13:20-23 plainly state? How do we reconcile the statement When he commits iniquity v. 14? Do Isaiah 53:5 and 2 Cor. 5:21 help to understand this passage? Thought Questions vv. 12-17

Why was Saul given as an example? What became of Davids successors to the physical kingdom of Israel (Judah)? How can we reconcile the prophecy against Coniah (aka Jehoiachin) in Jer. 22:30? Hint: See Ezek. 21:26-27, Isa. 9:6-7, Luke 1:32-33

Thought Questions vv. 12-17 With what we have discussed thus far, does Peters sermon in Acts 2 support our conclusions? See vv. 25-36 Davids Gratitude vv. 18-29

David sits before the Lord to pray v.18 Acknowledges self insignificance Realizes the prophecy of future generations v.19 Recognizes Gods omniscience and uniqueness vv.21-22 Israel Gods people, other nation/gods driven out v.23

Davids Gratitude vv. 18-29 The Lord established the people of Israel and became their God v.24 Asks God to confirm His word forever v.25 Promises to magnify the name of the

Lord v.26 Finds courage to pray thus because of Gods house promise v.27 Davids Gratitude vv. 18-29 David avows Gods word is true v.28

May it please God to bless the house of David forever v.29 Thought Questions vv. 18-29 What does it mean that David sat before the Lord? David repeatedly used the address O Lord God, what is the significance of this?

Why was a nation driven out before Israel? Thought Questions vv. 18-29 Did David understand in v.24 what God had promised in v.13? How did the house of David continue forever? How is the house of David blessed

forever? Agree? The throne of David will last forever. Vs 16 The Israelites were given the land forever. Gen 13:15

Is the forever in both statements the same? Heb 11:12-16; Lk 1:33; Heb 1:8

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