Hebron - Session 5
Session 5 – Hebron -2013
Hebron – a place where we overcome the spirit of jealousy
In this session, the life of David is analyzed as a template or a “shadow and type” that we can extract principles for building our own lives.
We learn that the source of King Saul’s jealousy was his own insecurities about his own identity Click To Tweet
We are reminded that while David was secure in his identity in God and before King Saul. King Saul was, on the other hand, overcome by jealousy over David’s successes and sought to kill him. We learn that the source of King Saul’s jealousy was his own insecurities about his own identity and that we ought to ensure we are firmly rooted in our own understanding of who we are in Chris.
At the spiritual place called Hebron, we are instructed to break the stranglehold of the spirit of jealousy over our own lives and relationships. In this session, the sources, manifestations, and negative impact of this spirit of jealousy and how to overcome it are presented to us.