Proverbs 6:32 (Mini Sermon)Submitted by Pastor Chad Wagner on Wednesday, March 17, 2021.
32. Pro 6:32 - "But whoso committeth adultery with a woman lacketh understanding: he that doeth it destroyeth his own soul." A. But whoso committeth adultery with a woman lacketh understanding: i. Understanding n. - 1. a. (Without article.) Power or ability to understand; intellect, intelligence. b. of understanding, intelligent, capable of judging with knowledge. Similarly of some, of no, understanding. a. Therefore, the man who commits adultery lacks intelligence and the capability to judge with knowledge. b. In other words, he is a stupid idiot. ii. The man who is seduced by a strange woman is void of understanding (Pro 7:7 c/w Pro 7:21-22). a. Void adj. - I. 1. a. Of a see, benefice, etc.: Having no incumbent, holder, or possessor; unoccupied, vacant. 4. Not occupied by visible contents; containing no matter; empty, unfilled: b. The skull of the adulterer is not occupied by visible contents, contains no matter, and is empty. c. In other words, he is an imbecile. iii. Given that it is common knowledge that those who commit adultery are heinous criminals (Job 31:9-11), will be judged by God (Heb 13:4), have the lake of fire awaiting them (Rev 21:8), will be brought to poverty (Job 31:12; Pro 5:10; Pro 6:26), will have their flesh consumed with STDs (Pro 5:11), will destroy their family, and bring reproach upon themselves (Pro 6:33), it is no exaggeration to say that they are stupid, blockheaded, foolish dolts. B. he that doeth it destroyeth his own soul. i. The thief will lose his possessions if he is found out (Pro 6:30-31). ii. But the adulterer destroys his own soul, whether or not he is caught. iii. Adultery is suicide of the soul. iv. He destroys himself in the ways just mentioned above. v. God will judge his soul in this life (Heb 13:4). vi. And if he is not under the blood of Christ, God will also destroy his soul in hell for all eternity (Pro 7:27; Mat 10:28). vii. Having an exciting adulterous affair is certainly not worth losing your own soul over, either temporally or eternally (Mar 8:36).
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