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God's law places a premium upon the sanctity of marriage. Therefore the price of violating another man's wife, or potential wife, was severe. Today's society has soaked in humanism for so long that God's law, which is the perfect representation of love, seems to harsh for most people. It would not have seemed so in another day.
Can a person sell their soul? Since the soul is the spiritual embodiment of everything that makes a person who they are—it is doubtful. And yet, the soul can be damaged in such a way that it is forever changed. What can accomplish this? Very few things, but sexual abuse is one of them. Sexual abuse damages a soul forever and there is but one way to war against it and find healing. The light must be turned on and the silence broken. Lev 18, 20; 1jn 1:5-7; Jn 3:16-21; 1Tim 5:24; Mt 5:23-26
Dinah was raped? Are we sure? It doesn't look like it. But it does look like the "Godly" ones get it all wrong again. This is life without God. This is life lived in disregard for God. This is what happens when we try to do God's job.
He Restores my Soul, He leads me in the paths of Righteousness. Is your Life a MESS? Are you being Sexually Abused, Raped, placed into situations undreamed of. Do you have sex with such people, are you RAPING abusing someone being trafficked thinking you got away with it, Worst still DO YOU have sex with Children. GOD KNOWS Don’t think you got away with it, Repent now turnyour life around - Face your CRIME and Put your life right before it becomes TO LATE.
In this chapter one must deal with the godless depravity of 4 men, especially in the narrative of Amnon's rape of Tamar, his half sister. In Amnon we see lust without love bringing about rape, in Jonadab we see a man of wisdom without principles planning this rape, in David we see anger without justice in failing to punish rape and murder, and in Absolom's we see hatred without restraint in the murder of his half brother, Amnon. David's family is receiving God's punishment of 2 Samuel 12:11 because of his sin in his relationship with Bathsheba and Uriah. From 2 Samuel 13 we see the struggle of godlessness in that it produces double-mindedness because it doubts God's Word, foolishness because it denys greater profit, and humanism because it rejects Christ's Lordship. This chapter is an exhortation that a godly life is of great benefit to one who sanctifies Jesus Christ as Lord.