This was a high point for David because he had fallen in love, again.
This was a low point for David because Bathsheba had a husband, but also a high because he had fallen in love.
This was a high point for David because he was finally free to marry Bathsheba, with Uriah dead.
King David was a good king, but he also made mistakes. One night he was sitting on the roof feeling guilty for not fighting in his army. Suddenly he noticed a beautiful woman called Bathsheba.
This was a high point for David because he was hearing another story.
David immediately went to Bathsheba and they fell in love. Soon Bathsheba was pregnant. While this was happening, David was thinking about Bathsheba's husband, the faithful soldier, Uriah.
This was a low point for David because he realised that the story was about him and how he was selfish.
The rich man should have died!
Finally David came to a conclusion about Uriah. Uriah was told to go to the front lines of the battle and everyone else to go back. Uriah was soon dead. After Bathsheba had mourned for her husband, the two were married.
This was a high point for David because he had not been killed, but a low point because his child was to be killed.
One day a prophet named Nathan came and told a story to King David. "Once there was a rich man with many sheep and a poor man with only one lamb. The poor man loved the lamb like it was his child and he fed it and held it on his lap. The rich man had guests over for supper...
Once there was a rich and and a poor man...
and instead of wasting one of his sheep he killed and cooked the poor man's lamb." David was outraged at the rich man, he said he should be put to death. The prophet explained that David was like the selfish rich man and Uriah the dead lamb.
Actually, the rich man represents what you did to Uriah, the lamb. You are the rich man who should have been put to death.
King David was ashamed because he had broken the ten commandments: Do not commit murder, adultery envy and steal. He begged for forgiveness and God did not kill David, but allowed his and Bathsheba's baby to die.