Yoshiyahu will slaughter your corrupt priests and as a sign, this false alter will split!
Navi mistreats King
How dare you rely on Aram instead of God! From now on you will be at war!
Outrageous! I am your King. I'll have you in prison for this!
The Navi rebukes King Yarav'am and prophesies his demise according to the word of God. Yarav'am commands capture of the Navi, and as he extends his hand, it becomes paralyzed and remains so until the Navi would pray for him. (Kings I: 13)
Chanani the Seer reprimands King Asa furiously, and Asa detains him. The Malbim explains that Chanani was speaking of his own mind when he disrespected the King, and while what he said was true, he was acting of his own volition and not as a messenger from God. His rebuke was heated and uncalled for. (Chronicles II: 16)
God sends Natan the Navi to King David and he addresses him with a parable to help him see the error of his actions. David accepts this rebuke wholeheartedly and begins to do teshuva. (Shmuel II: 12)