2 Samuel 12:11

Overview - 2 Samuel 12
Nathan's parable of the ewe lamb causes David to be his own judge.
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.
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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