EXCEPTIONISM IS DEADLY–When David Gave Into Lust By Rationalizing Sin & He Descended Into Lust
LUST AND THE SIN OF KING DAVID
Desire AND THE SIN OF KING DAVID
Following a two-day respite chatting with King David, Uriah headed out back to where his individual warriors were stayed. The Israelites had been taking up arms against the Ammonites, and they had attacked Rabbah, one of Ammon’s significant urban communities.
Uriah shook his head and attempted to clear his considerations. His brain was as yet murky from all the wine that the lord had constrained him to during the time previously.
“What a weird hardly any days,” Uriah thought.
The ruler had suddenly gotten back to him home to Jerusalem.
“For what reason did he at any point send for me?”
As Uriah walked on, he recalled the letter in his pack and the unusual look in the lord’s eyes when David had given it to him before that morning.
“Uriah, when you show up, promptly convey this message to Commander Joab. He should be the just one to break its seal.”
Uriah delivered this letter to his commander as he was instructed. The letter’s contents: “Place Uriah in the front line of the fiercest battle and withdraw from him, so that he may be struck down and die.” That day, Uriah delivered his own death notice.