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  • David And Bathsheba Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jan 13, 2014
    based on 7 ratings

    This story doesn't gloss over anything. It dramatize David's humanness in an unforgettable way. It offers amazing insight into the elements that make us spiritually vulnerable. It reminds us that in accomplishing His purpose God always is forced to use fallible people

    2 SAMUEL 11: 1-5 [The Life of David] DAVID AND BATHSHEBA [James 1:14-15] This section deals with one of the most familiar stories in this part of the Old Testament, with the possible exception of the story of David and Goliath. It is the story of David's disastrous affair with Bathsheba more

  • Life Of Bathsheba

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Dec 23, 2012

    I. EXORDIUM: We know King David and King Solomon but do we know the mother of King Solomon? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To study Bathsheba which leds us to the real King of Peace (Isaiah 9:6) Isaiah 9:6 (New Living

    I. EXORDIUM: We know King David and King Solomon but do we know the mother of King Solomon? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To study Bathsheba which leds us to the real King of Peace (Isaiah 9:6) Isaiah 9:6 (New Living Translation, Second Edition) For a child more

  • Blaming Bathsheba

    Contributed by Paul Pattison on May 31, 2005
    based on 159 ratings

    David models for the believer the pathway from condemnation to renewed confidence with God.

    Don’t Blame Bathsheba 2 Samuel 11:1-12:14 “In the spring, when the kings normally went out to war, David sent out Joab, his servants, and all the Israelites. They destroyed the Ammonites and attacked the city of Rabbah. But David stayed in Jerusalem.” Armies have for centuries kept more

  • David And Bathsheba Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Nov 12, 2008
    based on 24 ratings

    How does sin get a grip on David? How can we avoid its grasp?

    2 Samuel 11-12 Psalm 51 David and Bathsheba Up to this point we have been looking at David as a model for our own lives. He is the man who is “after God’s own heart.” Those of you who know the story of David know that this story was coming and you would remind me that we shouldn’t always more

  • David And Bathsheba

    Contributed by Ray Munro-Crump on Nov 28, 2002
    based on 26 ratings

    God working in today’s world

    2 Samuel 11:1-15 In the spring, at the time when kings go off to war, David sent Joab out with the king’s men and the whole Israelite army. They destroyed the Ammonites and besieged Rabbah. But David remained in Jerusalem. One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of the more

  • David And Bathsheba

    Contributed by J L Franklin on Jan 13, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    A verse by verse account of adultery and murder.

    2 Samuel 11 Verse 1 – When kings go forth, David tarried still Verse 2 – Walked/strolled/restless Saw a woman bathing (Purified from her uncleanness) Verse 3 – Asked his servant who is this woman Response: Wife of Uriah That didn’t stop David Verse 4 – Lay with her She returned to her more

  • David And Bathsheba

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jun 18, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    In this talk I look in more detail at 2 Samuel 11 Verse 1. Inn the spring at the time that kings go off to war....David remained in Jerusalem

    2 Samuel 11:1-17 I would like to focus on one verse from our Old Testament lesson that Maddy read so well for us ; The one that reads 1 In the spring, at the time when kings go off to war, …..David remained in Jerusalem. At first blush it seems an insignificant verse, but it is the key to more

  • David & Bathsheba Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Nov 30, 2003
    based on 46 ratings

    Here we discover, once again, the two central elements in the way God deals with his people. Here we find God’s justice and mercy going hand in hand as he deals with a failed leader.

    Someone asked me the other day, "Why do we have to have all these stories from the Old Testament. They’re so gruesome!" Well, the reason we have to hear these stories is because they’ve been put here to tell us about God. You see, these aren’t just stories about David, or Saul, or Samuel. They’re more

  • David And Bathsheba Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Aug 14, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Second Samuel 11:1-27 shows us the carnage of sin in a person's life.

    Scripture Second Samuel chapters 5 to 10 describe David at the pinnacle of his reign as God’s chosen king over God’s chosen people, Israel. However, Second Samuel 10 is also the beginning of a new section in the account of David’s kingdom. Chapters 10 to 12 describe David’s battle with the more

  • Bathsheba - A Reputation Tarnished Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Dec 11, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    We live in a world where abuse and injustice occur. Through the story of Bathsheba we see that God is able to bring healing to all victims by including them into His family.

    You can listen to the full message here:- Message 2 Samuel 11:1-27 Bathsheba – A Reputation Tarnished When we read through the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew’s Gospel four out the five women in that genealogy appear in more

  • Bathsheba Takes A Bath

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 24, 2018

    ///////it is a sad day when a Gentile shows a better character than a child of God.

    Bathsheba Takes a Bath 2 Samuel 11:1-15 The episode of David and Bathsheba has been preached or taught in Sunday School on many occasions. It is seen as a terrible fault in David who was called a “man after God’s own heart.” Indeed what David did was as horrible as the action of many of the more

  • David & Bathsheba: Preserving The Marriage Series

    Contributed by Thomas Cash on Jan 27, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    If marriages are the highest of all human relationships, why do so many fall apart? What can we do to prevent this kind of disaster from happening to us? (Based on a book by Bob Russell)

    Sermon Notes David & Bathsheba: Preserving the Marriage 1 Kings 15:5 (Sixth in the series Marriage by the Book) Introduction: David was a great man, distinguishing himself as a man of God, a composer of psalms, and a leader of men. Yet his record was not without blemish. David had problems more

  • Bathsheba- A Christmas Story Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 16, 2021

    What if even the “random things” in your life were connected as part of a bigger plan? Instead of thinking of life in terms of luck, chance, and blind fate, what if each life representing the seven billion people on the planet, were coordinated by Someone?

    Merry Christmas from my family to yours! We begin a short series two Sundays ago designed to make room in your heart to worship Jesus, entitled The Mothers of Jesus. The best-selling book in the world begins in the oddest way. Matthew chapter two is the account of the first Christmas and it warms more

  • Mothers Of Messiah-Bathsheba Of Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on May 14, 2021

    The Scriptures don't say much about Bathsheba except what's mentioned in connection with her relationship with David and his family. Even so, she had the privilege of being one of the mothers of the Messiah.

    Introduction: The line of Messiah Jesus began with Abraham, then Isaac, followed by Jacob and Jacob’s son Judah. Of course each man had children by his wife; except for Judah’s twin sons Pharez and Zerah who were born to his daughter-in-law Tamar of Canaan (see Genesis 38). Rahab was a prostitute more

  • Bathsheba, A Mother To Model

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on May 2, 2013
    based on 84 ratings

    Bathsheba is probably one of the least likely people you ever thought of as a good example for mothers, but it is time you heard the rest of her story.