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  1. Dt.6:4-9, the way Dt.6:10-25, warning signs

  2. I. Side Effects Of Prosperity, 10-12 Distraction: Trash ortreasure?10-11 Saturation:Filled to the brim11 Misdirection: Forgetthe Lord 12

  3. Dangers of prosperity: 1 Tim.6 1. Do not use God for profit, 5 2. Do not seek riches, 9-10 3. Do not misuse riches, 17-19

  4. II. God Is Jealous,13-15 “The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fic-tion: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindic-tive, blood-thirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanti-cidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully”– Richard Dawkins

  5. 13: fear, serve, oaths = God does require total commitment, but not because He needs something… 14, idolatry is spiritual adultery 15, jealous: it arouses His anger Two kinds of jealousy: 1. Improper jealousy: negative selfish feeling over another’s blessings Gn.37 1 Sm.18 Lk.15

  6. Improper jealousy2. Godly jealousy • 2 Co.11:2; 12:20 sounds contradictory (“holy sin” or “righteous fornication”) • It is concerned for God’s honor and man’s salvation (v.2) • Used of ardent love: “intense positive interest in someth., ardor” (BDAG, 427)

  7. Positive jealousy is like a husband’s jealousy for his wife • Ex.20:5; 34:14, Israel • Ac.12:21-23, Herod • His “royal apparel” was woven wholly of silver threads; the glitter-ing in the morning sun prompted the idolatrous exclamation of the multi-tude. He lingered five days in excruciating torments from worms

  8. III. Do Not Tempt God, 16 • Ex.17:2, doubted His power and goodness • Ps.78:41, “limited God” Limited:Did not believeHe could help them Provoked: Tested Himto see how farthey could go

  9. Mt.4:7, presumed on His grace • “My God is a God of love” • A “buffet” God Hb.3:8-9, neglected, disobeyed

  10. IV. Do Not Blame God For Rules • Dt.6:24 • “Rules restrict happiness” • Pro.9:12, for yourself • Pro.13:15 • Is.3:10 (Ga.6:8; Rv.22:14) • Mt.6:33 (2 Chr.1:11-12)