Absalom fled from his father, King David, after murdering his brother, Amnon. Now after years of being apart “the prodigal prince” returns home. All seems well on the surface, but undealt with insecurity quickly blossoms into sin. Soon Absalom sets himself up as king. God, like King David, desires us to come back into his presence as […]
Our sin can have an impact far beyond just ourselves. It can spread like an out of control fire if not dealt with immediately. This grim account of Ammon and Tamar is disturbing for us all. Through this sermon we realize that we are all capable of such terrible acts and no one is above creating a chain of sin in their life like King David did. We all must “break the chain”.