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Reflections on Second Samuel

Even when David finally becomes clean, it is not smooth sailing. This book is filled with trial and error and hardships for the king and his family. 705 more words

Bible Commentary

The Blessing of a Past: Bathsheba

With the closing of my high school Senior year, I was able to view all of my photos from my Senior Portrait. My wonderful photographer was able to take a few snapshots of me in certain outfits, poses, and places and give everyone a glance at my personality. 831 more words

Bible Study

The Amnon Dilemma: When They Hate You More Than They Once Loved You

My pastor said something several years ago that came back to me a few days ago. It kept turning over in my mind and I thought I might need to share it with you. 1,445 more words

Queen Life Musings

Today's Scripture - July 18, 2016

Matthew 1:1-16 (NIV)

A record of the genealogy of Jesus Christ the son of David, the son of Abraham…and Jacob the father of Joseph, the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ. 690 more words

Scripture Meditations

Goddess: A Poem

The wombman is the fruit of the divine,
The Goddess; The alpha of creation.
She is cloaked in the skins of many.
Yet, she is also many. 470 more words

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Sunday Morning 7/17 (Unit 10, Session 6: David Sinned and Was Restored)

This week are going to learn about God’s unending forgiveness that David experienced and we can too because of Jesus. David sinned against God by taking Bathsheba away from Uriah and having Uriah killed in combat, but when God sent Nathan to confront him about his sin, David repented and God forgave him. 190 more words


2 Samuel 6-12: Up to Bathsheba

Amidst the battles and war of David making Israel mighty in the land again, there is the story of him and Bathsheba. It’s the more infamous part of this book because of the way things go down. 1,397 more words