|Overview - 2 Samuel 12|
|1||Nathan's parable of the ewe lamb causes David to be his own judge.|
|7||David, reproved by Nathan, confesses his sin, and is pardoned.|
|15||David mourns and prays for the child while it lives.|
|24||Solomon is born, and named Jedidiah.|
|26||David takes Rabbah, and tortures the people thereof.|
2 Samuel 12:11 (King James Version)
Thus saith the LORD, Behold, I will raise up evil against thee out of thine own house, and I will take thy wives before thine eyes, and give them unto thy neighbour, and he shall lie with thy wives in the sight of this sun.
- I will raise
- 2 Samuel 13:1-14 2 Samuel 13:28 2 Samuel 13:29 2 Samuel 15:6 2 Samuel 15:10
- I will take
- That is, in the course of my providence I will permit this to be done. Such phrases in Scripture do not mean that God either does or can do evil himself; but only that he permits such evil to be done as he foresaw would be done, and which, had he pleased, he might have prevented.
- 2 Samuel 16:21 2 Samuel 16:22 Deuteronomy 28:30 ; Ezekiel 14:9 ; Ezekiel 20:25 Ezekiel 20:26 Hosea 4:13 Hosea 4:14