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Masterclass: The Life of David

Masterclass: The Life of David // David & Nathan Masterclass: The Life of David // David & Nathan // NSC

Patrick Hamilton

July 14, 2024

In 2 Samuel, Nathan uses a parable to confront David indirectly about his sin, avoiding direct accusation due to the danger involved. The parable of the little ewe lamb, symbolizing Bathsheba, triggers David's deep-seated compassion for sheep, drawing parallels to his own past as a shepherd. In the story, David condemns the rich man's actions without realizing he condemns himself. This blinds him to his own wrongdoing, revealing the danger of being unaware of your own sin. We have much to learn from this story of David’s sin, his choice to repent and turn from his sin, and the power of God’s grace and forgiveness. You’re never “too far gone” from God’s grace – and that’s what we can learn from the relationship and story of David and Nathan.

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