And said unto the king, let not my lord the king impute
iniquity unto me
That is, deal with him according to the desert of it, punish him for it, but forgive it: for non-imputation of sin is in effect the pardon of it:
neither do thou remember that which thy servant did perversely the day
my lord the king went out of Jerusalem:
he desires that he would not only forgive, but forget it; he owns it was a perverse action, and aggravated by being done at the time when the king was in great trouble and distress:
that the king should take it to his heart;
and determine to avenge himself on him for it.