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Old 08-28-2008, 11:19 PM   #9
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Default Rebellion

I was looking through a life study to see what WL's teaching on deputy authority might be in the Life Studies of 1 & 2 Samuel. Here's an interesting quote from Message 14:

"When Ahimelech's supplying of David was reported to Saul, he killed Ahimelech and his family. This shows that Saul was utterly rebellious toward God. He had no subordination to God, nor did he take God as his King and Head. He was constituted with rebellion, which equals the worship of idols. Every case of rebellion is a matter of presumption, a matter of daring to do things without God."

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