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How David Fell in Love with Bathsheba, and Slew Her Husband Uriah ...
... one of extraordinary beauty, and therein surpassed all other women; her name was
Bathsheba. ... laws of their fathers, she who had been guilty of adultery ought to ...
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A Man Expects to Reap the Same Kind as He Sows.
... you remember, David was walking upon the roof of the king's house, and he saw Bathsheba,
and lusted after her, and committed the awful sin of adultery; and then ...
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The Tears of the Penitent.
... Bathsheba's willing complicity, her punctilious observance of ceremonial propriety
while she is ... if it be possible, the foul form of adultery; the stinging ...
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The Blessing of Jacob Upon Judah. (Gen. Xlix. 8-10. )
... especially the case when sin, and punishment in consequence of sin, broke in upon
them, as, for instance, after David's adultery with Bathsheba, and oftentimes ...
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The Reign of David.
... reached a climax in his trespass with Bathsheba, the wife ... the course of nature in
condemning adultery as worthy ... 1) The death of his child born to Bath-sheba. ...
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David and Nathan
... to him with a kind of ugly surprise when the naked words 'adultery' and 'murder ... David
had done Bathsheba and Uriah, and in them his whole kingdom, foul wrong ...
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The Seventh Commandment
... When David was idle on the top of his house, he espied Bathsheba, and took her to
him.2 Sam 11: 4. Jerome gave ... 12) To avoid fornication and adultery, let every ...
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Praying Saints of the Old Testaments (Continued)
... When God smote the child born of Bathsheba, because David had by his grievous ... Nathan,
by command of God, uncovered David's two great sins of adultery and murder ...
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Of Matrimony.
... a most holy man, married Bathsheba the wife of Uriah, though both these crimes had
been committed; that is, though she had been polluted by adultery and her ...
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The History of David
... of adultery and also of homicide. Therefore God took away this sin, and forgave
it him, but the son that she brought forth died. And after this Bathsheba, that ...
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2 Samuel 11:2-5
And it came to pass in an evening, that David arose from off his bed, and walked on the roof of the king's house: and from the roof he saw a woman washing herself; and the woman was very beautiful to look on.
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