1 Kings 2:18

18 And Bethsabee said: Well, I will speak for thee to the king.

1 Kings 2:18 Meaning and Commentary

1 Kings 2:18

And Bathsheba said, well
Very well spoken, the thing is good and right:

I will speak for thee unto the king;
and use her interest with him, not seeing into his design, but pitying an unfortunate man.

1 Kings 2:18 In-Context

16 Now therefore, I ask one petition of thee; turn not away my face. And she said to him: Say on.
17 And he said I pray thee speak to king Solomon (for he cannot deny thee any thing) to give me Abisag, the Sunamitess, to wife.
18 And Bethsabee said: Well, I will speak for thee to the king.
19 Then Bethsabee came to king Solomon, to speak to him for Adonias: and the king arose to meet her, and bowed to her, and sat down upon his throne: and a throne was set for the king’s mother, and she sat on his right hand.
20 And she said to him: I desire one small petition of thee; do not put me to confusion. And the king said to her: My mother ask, for I must not turn away thy face.