The Fruit of Rebellion is threefold: First, our rebellion angers God (Joshua 22:18). It is that rebellion of heart that separates us from God for all eternity. It takes a humble heart before God that seeks forgiveness and reconciliation. Second, Rebellion affects others as well as ourselves (Jeremiah 28:16, 32). We never act in a vacuum, there are unintended consequences to all acts good and bad. There is no way that we can surmise the ripple effects of our actions, and we must realize that what we do always affects those around us for good or evil. And Finally, Rebellion alters our future. In Numbers 13-14 the children of Israel rebelled against God and as a result were not allowed to go into the Promised Land. This consequence is like number two, but the ripple effects filter into our own lives. While at times it appears that people get away with their rebellion, Revelation 20:11-15 reveals that one day those who have rejected God will be answerable before him for their actions. The time to seek and find forgiveness for our rebellious heart is today, while there is still time to repent.