2 Samuel 12:1-8

1 and sent Nathan to David. Nathan said to him, "There were two men in the same city - one rich, the other poor.
2 The rich man had huge flocks of sheep, herds of cattle.
3 The poor man had nothing but one little female lamb, which he had bought and raised. It grew up with him and his children as a member of the family. It ate off his plate and drank from his cup and slept on his bed. It was like a daughter to him.
4 "One day a traveler dropped in on the rich man. He was too stingy to take an animal from his own herds or flocks to make a meal for his visitor, so he took the poor man's lamb and prepared a meal to set before his guest."
5 David exploded in anger. "As surely as God lives," he said to Nathan, "the man who did this ought to be lynched!
6 He must repay for the lamb four times over for his crime and his stinginess!"
7 "You're the man!" said Nathan. "And here's what God, the God of Israel, has to say to you: I made you king over Israel. I freed you from the fist of Saul.
8 I gave you your master's daughter and other wives to have and to hold. I gave you both Israel and Judah. And if that hadn't been enough, I'd have gladly thrown in much more.
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