From Rape and incest with Amnon and Tamar, to the murder of Amnon by Absalom for the rape of his sister. The plot of his son Absalom to make himself king in David's place, then the war among the Isrealites over who was to be king David fleeing Jerusalem in shame for fear of his life from his own son.... read more ›
According to the biblical narrative, David commits adultery with Bathsheba, leading him to arrange the death of her husband, Uriah the Hittite.... read more ›
(See 2 Samuel 11:14–17.) David's downfall was not determined by one fatal mistake but rather a series of increasingly unwise and selfish decisions. It is important to remember that at any time during this devastating progression, David could have chosen to humble himself and seek repentance.... view details ›
Weaknesses. King David committed adultery with Bathsheba. He then tried to cover up her pregnancy, and when he failed with that, he had her husband Uriah the Hittite killed. The was perhaps the greatest transgression of David's life.... view details ›
David married the widowed Bathsheba, but their first child died as punishment from God for David's adultery and murder of Uriah. David repented of his sins, and Bathsheba later gave birth to Solomon.... continue reading ›
David had grown as a leader to be patient. He grew in his personal relationship with God to wait upon the Lord. One of David's temperaments greatest weaknesses is in the area of thought life (Personal Temperament Test: Profile, 2008). This can be seen in the situation with Bathsheba in 2 Samuel 11.... view details ›
David committed the sins of adultery and murder and what he did “displeased the Lord” (2 Samuel 11:27).... see details ›
David's true repentance is matched by the Lord's forgiveness. And in the end, God's forgiveness far surpasses any consequences we might experience. Consequences can only last for a lifetime, but forgiveness lasts forever.... view details ›
He committed adultery with Uriah's wife. He plotted for Uriah's murder.... read more ›
- 1) Willingness to acknowledge his mistakes.
- 2) Humility to recognize that he was weak.
- 3) Courage to step up in challenging situations.
He was David's friend, and when he died, David got mad at God. The Bible says that David became afraid of God.... see details ›
The basis for punishment of stoning specifically for adultery is clearly provided in Leviticus (20:10-12) which reads: "If a man commits adultery with another man's wife, even with the wife of his neighbour, both the adulterer and adulteress must be put to death...." Further, in Deuteronomy (22:22-24), it is stated ...... view details ›
David committed adultery with a married woman called Bathsheba. She became pregnant, and when David discovered this, he called for her husband Uriah, who was serving as a soldier in the king's army.... view details ›
The man said, "Isn't this Bathsheba, the daughter of Eliam and the wife of Uriah the Hittite?" Then David sent messengers to get her. She came to him, and he slept with her. (She had purified herself from her uncleanness.)... read more ›
Answer and Explanation: According to the Old Testament, King David fought 8-9 major battles and did not lose any of them.... see more ›
David conquered / defeated the enemies of Israel. He expanded the geographical boundaries of Israel / established boundaries. He captured Jerusalem from the Jebusites. He made Jerusalem the capital city of Israel.... see more ›
David never lost any battle, because he was praise-crazy, and in his 'praise-madness', he was always winning. Let us join in his madness. I shall continue to praise you Lord as long as I live..........in Jesus name Amen.... view details ›
David collected five smooth stones and put them in a bag. He took his sling and shepherd's staff and went to face Goliath. When Goliath saw David, he shouted and made fun of him. He said a shepherd boy could not beat him.... see details ›
David's heart for God prepares him to be used by God. Our impressive resumes aren't what make us useful in God's kingdom. The first lesson we learn from David's life is the importance of cultivating a heart for God above all else.... view details ›