King David of Israel, fell for the beauty of Bathsheba when he saw her bathing by a river. So was he captured by her beautiful presence that he sent for her and took her as his wife knowing that she was already married to one of his soldiers, whom he sent to be killed by placing him on a mortal site of battle. Bathsheba resulted pregnant from their first encounteer, but the baby died shortly after being born. David suffered. He later ralized the magnitud af his sin and pledged for forgivness, and so he was forgived. David and Bathsheba named their next son, Salomon, heir of the throne of Israel, known as a king of great wisdom.
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