Psalmwriter Bathshebas Eyes: Book IV In The Chronicles Of David

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Shiva Maha Purana. Though the child died, the chastisement was really upon David and Bathsheba and not upon the child.

This illustrates an important principle: even when sin is forgiven a price must be paid. God does not simply pass over or excuse our sin. It is forgiven and a price is paid. Often an innocent party pays the price for forgiveness. That Uriah's wife bore to David : Though Uriah was dead and David was legally married to Bathsheba, the Biblical writer can't help but refer to Bathsheba as Uriah's wife.

This is because when the child was conceived Uriah was alive and Bathsheba was Uriah's wife. It is God's way of saying, "Uriah's death and the subsequent marriage doesn't make everything alright. David therefore pleaded with God for the child : David is right to take the announcement and presence of God's judgment as an invitation to earnestly seek His mercy.

When God's judgment is announced or present, we shouldn't receive it passively or fatalistically. We should cry out to God in repentance and ask for His grace and mercy, realizing we deserve none of it. David fasted … the child died : This shows that extraordinary prayer and fasting does not change God's mind. It put David in the right place to receive what he must from God but it did not "force" God to change His plan. Extraordinary prayer and fasting are not tools to get whatever we want from God.

They are demonstrations of radical submission and surrender to God's power and will. He went into the house of the LORD and worshiped : This shows that David's extraordinary prayer and fasting were answered.

He had a sense of peace when the child died, knowing he did all he could to seek God's mercy in a time of chastisement. The ability to worship and honor God in a time of trial or crisis is a wonderful demonstration of spiritual confidence. I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me : David was confident that his son would meet him in heaven.

This is an indication that babies and perhaps children who pass from this world to the next will go to heaven. However, we have no similar promise for the children of parents who are not Christians. If the children of non-Christian parents are saved, and do go to heaven - even some of them - it is important to understand that it is not because they are innocent.

As sons and daughters of guilty Adam, we are also born guilty. If such children go to heaven, it is not because they are innocent and deserve heaven, but because the rich mercy of God has been extended to them also. Then David comforted Bathsheba his wife, and went in to her and lay with her.

So she bore a son, and he called his name Solomon. David comforted Bathsheba his wife : This is the first time the Biblical writer calls this woman Bathsheba except for the mere reporting of her name in 2 Samuel Each time before this she is called the wife of Uriah. Only now, after the chastisement for sin, is she called Bathsheba his wife. Went in to her and lay with her : This shows that God did not command that David forsake or leave Bathsheba, even though his marriage to her was originally sinful.

He was to honor God in the marriage commitment he made, even though it began in sin. Paul commands the same principle in 1 Corinthians : As the Lord has called each one, so let him walk. In part, this principle in context warns us against trying to undo the past in regard to relationships. God tells us to repent of whatever sin is there and then to move on. If you are married to your second wife, after wrongfully divorcing your first wife, and become a Christian, don't think you must now leave your second wife and go back to your first wife, trying to undo the past.

As the Lord has called you walk in that place right now. He did not hold a grudge against David and Bathsheba. The days of blessing and fruitfulness were not over for David.