Proverbs 6:27 (Mini Sermon)


27. Pro 6:27 - "Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned?" A. Can a man take fire in his bosom, i. When a woman is sexually intimate with a man she is given into his bosom (Gen 16:5). ii. Adultery is described as a fire (Job 31:12). iii. Therefore, when a man commits adultery with a whore he is taking fire into his bosom. iv. Thus, he who commits adultery is playing with fire. B. and his clothes not be burned? i. Solomon is asking a rhetorical question to which the answer is obviously "no." ii. If you play with fire, you will get burned. a. Fools who think that they can get away with sin without consequences will be sorely mistaken (Gal 6:7-8). b. God will recompense men's iniquities into their bosom (Jer 32:18). iii. If a man burns with lust and goes into a strange woman, he will be burned temporally if he is a child of God (Joh 15:2, 6) and eternally if he is not (Rev 21:8).
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