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Instances of: Of Adam and Eve, eating the forbidden fruit, Gen. 3:6-11. Of Lot, in refusing to go to the mountain, as commanded by the angels, Gen. 19:19,20. Of Lot's wife, in looking back upon Sodom, Gen. 19:26. Of Moses, in making excuses when commissioned to deliver Israel, Ex. 4:13,14; when he struck the rock, Num. 20:11,23,24. Of Aaron, at the smiting of the rock by Moses, Num. 20:23,24. Of Pharaoh, in refusing to let the children of Israel go, Ex. 5:2; 7:13,22,23; 8:15,19,32; 9:12,34; 10:20,27; 11:10; 14:8. Of the children of Israel, in gathering excessive quantities of manna, Ex. 16:19,20; in refusing to enter the promised land, Deut. 1:26, with Num. 14:1-10; Josh. 5:6; Psa. 106:24,25. Of Nadab and Abihu, in offering strange fire, Lev. 10:1,2. Of Balaam, in accompanying the messengers from Balak, Num. 22:22. Of Achan, in hiding the wedge of gold and the Babylonian garment, Josh. 7:15-26. Of Saul, in offering a sacrifice, 1 Sam. 13:13; in sparing Agag and the spoils of the Amalekites, 1 Sam. 15; 28:18. Of David, in his adultery, and in the slaying of Uriah, 2 Sam. 12:9. Of Solomon, in building places for idolatrous worship, 1 Kin. 11:7-10. Of the prophet of Judah, in not keeping the commandment to deliver his message to Jeroboam without delay, 1 Kin. 13. Of a man of Israel, who refused to kill the prophet, 1 Kin. 20:35,36. Of Ahab, in suffering the king of Assyria to escape out of his hands, 1 Kin. 20:42. Of priests, in not performing their functions after the due order, 1 Chr. 15:13. Of the people of Judah, Jer. 43:7; in going to dwell in Egypt contrary to divine command, Jer. 44:12-14. Of Jonah, in refusing to deliver the message to the Ninevites, Jonah 1. Of the blind men Jesus healed, and commanded not to publish their healing, Matt. 9:30,31. Of the leper whom Jesus healed, and commanded not to publish the fact, Mark 1:45. Of Paul, in going to Jerusalem contrary to repeated admonitions, Acts 21:4,10-14. Of Children, see Children, Commandments to. Of the Righteous, see Commandments.