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    1 While Joab besieges Rabbah, David commits adultery with Bath-sheba. 6 Uriah, sent for by David to cover the adultery, would not go home. 14 He carries to Joab the letter of his death. 18 Joab sends the news thereof to David. 26 David takes Bath-sheba to wife. VERSE 1 - A.M. 2969. B.C. 1035. An. Ex. Is. 456. after the year, etc. Heb. at the return of the year. * 1Ki 20:22,26 2Ch 36:10 Ec 3:8 - at the time. The sacred historian seems to intimate that there was one particular time of the year to which military operations were limited; and Josephus informs us that this took place in the beginning of spring. In another part of his works he says, that as soon as spring was begun, Adad levied and led forth his army against the Hebrews. Antiochus also prepared to invade Judea at the first appearance of spring; and Vespasian marched to Antipatris at the commencement of the same season. The kings and armies of the East, says Chardin, do not march but when there is grass, and when they can encamp, which is in April. This rule, however, seems to be disregarded in modern times. - David sent. * 1Ch 20:1 Zec 14:3 - Rabbah. * 2Sa 12:26 De 3:11 1Ch 20:1 Eze 21:20 VERSE 2 - arose from. * 2Sa 4:5,7 Pr 19:15; 24:33,34 Mt 26:40,41 1Th 5:6,7 1Pe 4:7 - the roof of. * De 22:8 Jer 19:13 Mt 10:27 Ac 10:9 - he saw. * Ge 3:6; 6:2; 34:2 Job 31:1 Ps 119:37 Mt 5:28 1Jo 2:16 - very beautiful. * Ge 39:6 Pr 6:25; 31:30 VERSE 3 - sent. * Jer 5:8 Ho 7:6,7 Jas 1:14,15 - Bath-sheba. or, Bath-shua. Eliam. or, Ammiel. * 1Ch 3:5 - Uriah. * 2Sa 23:39 1Ch 11:41 VERSE 4 - sent messengers. * Ge 39:7 Job 31:9-11 Ps 50:18 - he lay. * Ps 51:1 *title * Jas 1:14,15 - she was, etc. or, and when she had purified herself, etc., she returned. * Pr 30:20 - purified. * Le 12:2-5; 15:19-28,29-33; 18:19 VERSE 5 - I am with child. * De 22:22 Pr 6:34 VERSE 6 - Send me. * Ge 4:7; 38:18-23 1Sa 15:30 Job 20:12-14 Pr 28:13 Isa 29:13 * Mt 26:70,72,74 VERSE 7 - how Joab did. Heb. of the peace of Joab. * Ge 29:6; 37:14 1Sa 17:22 VERSE 8 - go down. * Ps 44:21 Isa 29:15 Lu 12:2 Heb 4:13 - wash. * Ge 18:4; 19:2 - there followed him. Heb. there went out after him. * Ps 12:2; 55:21 - a mess. * Ge 43:34 VERSE 9 * Job 5:12-14 Pr 21:30 VERSE 10 VERSE 11 - The ark. * 2Sa 7:2,6 1Sa 4:4; 14:18 - my lord. * 2Sa 20:6 Mt 10:24,25 Joh 13:14 1Co 9:25-27 2Ti 2:3,4,12 * Heb 12:1,2 - shall I then. * Isa 22:12-14 - as thou livest. * 2Sa 14:19 1Sa 1:26; 17:55; 20:3; 25:26 VERSE 12 * Jer 2:22,23,37 VERSE 13 - made him. * Ge 19:32-35 Ex 32:21 Hab 2:15 - with the servants. * :9 VERSE 14 - wrote a letter. It was resolved in David's breast that Uriah must die--that innocent, valiant, and gallant man, who was ready to sacrifice his life for the honor of his prince; and, worse than all, by being himself made the bearer of letters to Joab which prescribed the mode by which he was to be murdered. This was the greatest treachery and villany on the part of David; while Joab appears to enter as fully upon the execution of the murder, being perhaps pleased to have this opportunity of further enthralling his king, and thus increasing his own power. * 1Ki 21:8-10 Ps 19:13; 52:2; 62:9 Jer 9:1-4; 17:9 Mic 7:3-5 VERSE 15 - Set ye. * :17 1Sa 18:17,21,25 Ps 51:4,14 Jer 20:13 - hottest. Heb. strong. from him. Heb. from after him. and die. * 2Sa 12:9 VERSE 16 - he assigned. * :21; 3:27; 20:9,10 1Sa 22:17-19 1Ki 2:5,31-34; 21:12-14 * 2Ki 10:6 Pr 29:12 Ho 5:11 Ac 5:29 VERSE 17 - there fell. * 2Sa 12:9 Ps 51:14 VERSE 18 * :18 VERSE 19 * :19 VERSE 20 VERSE 21 - Abimelech. * Jud 9:53 - Jerubbesheth. * Jud 6:32; 7:1 - Jerubbaal. Thy servant. * 2Sa 3:27,34 Ps 39:8 Isa 14:10 Eze 16:51,52 VERSE 22 * :22 VERSE 23 * :23 VERSE 24 VERSE 25 - displease thee. Heb. be evil in thine eyes. for the sword. * Jos 7:8,9 1Sa 6:9 Ec 9:1-3,11,12 - one. Heb. so and such. What abominable hypocrisy was here! He well knew that the death of this noble and gallant man was no chance-medley: he was by his own order thrust on the sword. - make. * 2Sa 12:26 VERSE 26 - she mourned. * 2Sa 3:31; 14:2 Ge 27:41 VERSE 27 - And when, etc. The whole of her conduct indicates that she observed the form, without feeling the power of sorrow. She lost a captain, and got a king for her husband: and therefore, {Lacrymas non sponte cadentes effudit; gemitusque expressit pectore laeto;} "She shed reluctant tears; and forced out groans from a joyful breast!" - fetched her. * 2Sa 3:2-5; 5:13-16; 12:9 De 22:29 - But the thing. * Ge 38:10 1Ch 21:7 - displeased. Heb. was evil in the eyes of. * Ps 5:6; 51:4,5 Heb 13:4 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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