Proverbs 6:29 (Mini Sermon)


29. Pro 6:29 - "So he that goeth in to his neighbour's wife; whosoever toucheth her shall not be innocent." A. So he that goeth in to his neighbour's wife; i. So - II. Placed at the beginning of a clause with continuative force, and freq. preceded by and. 8. Used to confirm or strengthen a previous statement. 9. Denoting similarity or parallelism in some respect between two facts, actions, etc. ii. The use of the word so draws a comparison between the man that takes fire in his bosom (Pro 6:27) and walks on hot coals (Pro 6:28) to the man that goes into his neighbor's wife. B. whosoever toucheth her shall not be innocent. i. Just as a man who takes fire in his bosom will have his clothes burned, and a man who walks on hot coals will burn his feet, so the man who touches his neighbor's wife will not be innocent. ii. He will get burned, just as the others. iii. 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). a. A wound and dishonour will he get (Pro 6:33). b. One who commits adultery should expect to go to hell (Pro 7:27). iv. Whosoever does so will meet with severe judgment from God. a. Whosoever pron. - 1. whoever b. Whoever pron. - I. 1. As compound relative, or with correlative in principal clause, which usually follows but occas. precedes; in generalized or indefinite sense: Whatever person or persons; any one who, or any who. c. Whatever person, no matter who they are will not be innocent if he goes into a strange woman. d. Any one who does so will be under God's judgment whether he is young or old, rich or poor, elect or reprobate, of good reputation or ill repute, preacher or pew warmer, etc.
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