The Story of Uriah’s Wife

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Pastor Heather Haveman



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Knowing that Bathsheba is Uriah’s wife, King David took what was not his and then tried to cover it up. This is NOT an example of love. David doesn’t try to rationalize his sin, but God accepted the confession. By His divine grace, this is not the end of the story. Years later God’s Son, Jesus, was born. His covenant endured, and it is available to us. THIS is love-God sent His Son and His atoning sacrifice for our sins. He will come again and restore peace.





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