well, I can only share what I think,
But God does gives all human a free will to choose to follow Him or not.
18:23 Have I any pleasure in the death of the evil-doer? says the Lord: am I not pleased if he is turned from his way so that he may have life?"
Yet God has calculated the mistakes human made into His plan. He has His way to justified the wrong.
Have u heard of stories of David.
David taking a married woman by killing her husband. David don't want to be responsible for his baby, so he send her husband into David place, and send him back, hoping he would laid with his wife. But her husband didn't go back home, for war is heading on. So David decided to kill him using his enermies. Some people might ask why her husband shall die, but the lecturer I attended, explain. With his death, her wife won't live a life of regret and hidden secret. With David and the woman first baby die, the due is pay. They have another son called Solomon, and God favors Solomon and make him king after David. The woman is then called mother of Solomon. And the wrong of David is recorded in the family tree of Jesus who takes the place of David, and Jesus die on the cross to complete what God intended the salvation for all people. God is as such just in His judgememnt.
2 Samuel 11:2- 12:25
2Sa 11:2 Late one afternoon, David got up from a nap and was walking around on the flat roof of his palace. A beautiful young woman was down below in her courtyard, bathing as her religion required. David happened to see her, and he sent one of his servants to find out who she was. The servant came back and told David, "Her name is Bathsheba. She is the daughter of Eliam, and she is the wife of Uriah the Hittite." David sent some messengers to bring her to his palace. She came to him, and he slept with her. Then she returned home.
2Sa 11:3 (SEE 11:2)
2Sa 11:4 (SEE 11:2)
2Sa 11:5 But later, when she found out that she was going to have a baby, she sent someone to David with this message: "I'm pregnant!"
2Sa 11:6 David sent a message to Joab: "Send Uriah the Hittite to me." Joab sent Uriah
2Sa 11:7 to David's palace, and David asked him, "Is Joab well? How is the army doing? And how about the war?"
2Sa 11:8 Then David told Uriah, "Go home and clean up." Uriah left the king's palace, and David had dinner sent to Uriah's house.
2Sa 11:9 But Uriah didn't go home. Instead, he slept outside the entrance to the royal palace, where the king's guards slept.
2Sa 11:10 Someone told David that Uriah had not gone home. So the next morning David asked him, "Why didn't you go home? Haven't you been away for a long time?"
2Sa 11:11 Uriah answered, "The sacred chest and the armies of Israel and Judah are camping out somewhere in the fields with our commander Joab and his officers and troops. Do you really think I would go home to eat and drink and sleep with my wife? I swear by your life that I would not!"
2Sa 11:12 Then David said, "Stay here in Jerusalem today, and I will send you back tomorrow." Uriah stayed in Jerusalem that day. Then the next day,
2Sa 11:13 David invited him for dinner. Uriah ate with David and drank so much that he got drunk, but he still did not go home. He went out and slept on his mat near the palace guards.
2Sa 11:14 Early the next morning, David wrote a letter and told Uriah to deliver it to Joab.
2Sa 11:15 The letter said: "Put Uriah on the front line where the fighting is the worst. Then pull the troops back from him, so that he will be wounded and die."
2Sa 11:16 Joab had been carefully watching the city of Rabbah, and he put Uriah in a place where he knew there were some of the enemy's best soldiers.
2Sa 11:17 When the men of the city came out, they fought and killed some of David's soldiers--Uriah the Hittite was one of them.
2Sa 11:18 Joab sent a messenger to tell David everything that was happening in the war.
2Sa 11:19 He gave the messenger these orders: When you finish telling the king everything that has happened,
2Sa 11:20 he may get angry and ask, "Why did you go so near the city to fight? Didn't you know they would shoot arrows from the wall?
2Sa 11:21 Don't you know how Abimelech the son of Gideon was killed at Thebez? Didn't a woman kill him by dropping a large rock from the top of the city wall? Why did you go so close to the city walls?" Then you tell him, "One of your soldiers who was killed was Uriah the Hittite."
2Sa 11:22 The messenger went to David and reported everything Joab had told him.
2Sa 11:23 He added, "The enemy chased us from the wall and out into the open fields. But we pushed them back as far as the city gate.
2Sa 11:24 Then they shot arrows at us from the top of the wall. Some of your soldiers were killed, and one of them was Uriah the Hittite."
2Sa 11:25 David replied, "Tell Joab to cheer up and not to be upset about what happened. You never know who will be killed in a war. Tell him to strengthen his attack against the city and break through its walls."
2Sa 11:26 When Bathsheba heard that her husband was dead, she mourned for him.
2Sa 11:27 Then after the time for mourning was over, David sent someone to bring her to the palace. She became David's wife, and they had a son. The LORD was angry at what David had done,
2Sa 12:1 and he sent Nathan the prophet to tell this story to David: A rich man and a poor man lived in the same town.
2Sa 12:2 The rich man owned a lot of sheep and cattle,
2Sa 12:3 but the poor man had only one little lamb that he had bought and raised. The lamb became a pet for him and his children. He even let it eat from his plate and drink from his cup and sleep on his lap. The lamb was like one of his own children.
2Sa 12:4 One day someone came to visit the rich man, but the rich man didn't want to kill any of his own sheep or cattle and serve it to the visitor. So he stole the poor man's little lamb and served it instead.
2Sa 12:5 David was furious with the rich man and said to Nathan, "I swear by the living LORD that the man who did this deserves to die!
2Sa 12:6 And because he didn't have any pity on the poor man, he will have to pay four times what the lamb was worth."
2Sa 12:7 Then Nathan told David: You are that rich man! Now listen to what the LORD God of Israel says to you: "I chose you to be the king of Israel. I kept you safe from Saul
2Sa 12:8 and even gave you his house and his wives. I let you rule Israel and Judah, and if that had not been enough, I would have given you much more.
2Sa 12:9 Why did you disobey me and do such a horrible thing? You murdered Uriah the Hittite by having the Ammonites kill him, so you could take his wife.
2Sa 12:10 "Because you wouldn't obey me and took Uriah's wife for yourself, your family will never live in peace.
2Sa 12:11 Someone from your own family will cause you a lot of trouble, and I will take your wives and give them to another man before your very eyes. He will go to bed with them while everyone looks on.
2Sa 12:12 What you did was in secret, but I will do this in the open for everyone in Israel to see."
2Sa 12:13 David said, "I have disobeyed the LORD." "Yes, you have!" Nathan answered. "You showed you didn't care what the LORD wanted. He has forgiven you, and you won't die. But your newborn son will."
2Sa 12:14 (SEE 12:13)
2Sa 12:15 Then Nathan went back home. The LORD made David's young son very sick.
2Sa 12:16 So David went without eating to show his sorrow, and he begged God to make the boy well. David would not sleep on his bed, but spent each night lying on the floor.
2Sa 12:17 His officials stood beside him and tried to talk him into getting up. But he would not get up or eat with them.
2Sa 12:18 After the child had been sick for seven days, he died, but the officials were afraid to tell David. They said to each other, "Even when the boy was alive, David wouldn't listen to us. How can we tell him his son is dead? He might do something terrible!"
2Sa 12:19 David noticed his servants whispering, and he knew the boy was dead. "Did my son die?" he asked his servants. "Yes, he did," they answered.
2Sa 12:20 David got up off the floor; he took a bath, combed his hair, and dressed. He went into the LORD's tent and worshiped, then he went back home. David asked for something to eat, and when his servants brought him some food, he ate it.
2Sa 12:21 His officials said, "What are you doing? You went without eating and cried for your son while he was alive! But now that he's dead, you're up and eating."
2Sa 12:22 David answered: While he was still alive, I went without food and cried because there was still hope. I said to myself, "Who knows? Maybe the LORD will have pity on me and let the child live."
2Sa 12:23 But now that he's dead, why should I go without eating? I can't bring him back! Someday I will join him in death, but he can't return to me.
2Sa 12:24 David comforted his wife Bathsheba and slept with her. Later on, she gave birth to another son and named him Solomon. The LORD loved Solomon
2Sa 12:25 and sent Nathan the prophet to tell David, "The LORD will call him Jedidiah."
1 Chronicles 22:6-10
1Ch 22:6 David sent for his son Solomon and told him to build a temple for the LORD God of Israel.
1Ch 22:7 He said: My son, I wanted to build a temple where the LORD my God would be worshiped.
1Ch 22:8 But some time ago, he told me, "David, you have killed too many people and have fought too many battles. That's why you are not the one to build my temple.
1Ch 22:9 But when your son becomes king, I will give him peace throughout his kingdom. His name will be Solomon, because during his rule I will keep Israel safe and peaceful.
1Ch 22:10 Solomon will build my temple. He will be like a son to me, and I will be like a father to him. In fact, one of his descendants will always rule in Israel."
Mat 1:1 Jesus Christ came from the family of King David and also from the family of Abraham. And this is a list of his ancestors
Mat 1:6 From David to the time of the exile in Babylonia, the ancestors of Jesus were: David, Solomon (his mother had been Uriah's wife), Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, Jehoshaphat, Jehoram; Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, Amon, Josiah, and Jehoiachin and his brothers.
~Yesterday insult, today gain.