” Be Careful How You Treat Other’s”

Be careful how you treat others, the very thing you do to someone else will come back around like karma. So meaning if it does not happen directly to you, then in most cases it will affect your children. The God I serve is a forgiving God, however, whom much is given much is required.

Journey of King David: David was traveling through one of the countries when he saw Bathsheba naked bathing on the rooftop, so of course he sent a messenger to see who she was and who she belonged to. So the messenger returns with all the proper information, tells King David who she was and who her husband was. After receiving this information King David decided to pursue Bathsheba, so he sent a messenger once again, but this time around the message was Bathsheba. King David wanted to lay with Bathsheba and he did, even after knowing she was married to Uriah the Hittite.

Shortly after that she conceived a child, so now! King David receives the message that Bathsheba is pregnant. Next the plott begins to kill Uriah the Hittite, David did just that. He placed Uriah on the front line of a battle field directly in a war that he was certain he would not survive. So once he had done that, he thought Bathshba and him would have this child together. Sad news the baby died! God would not allow for the baby to be born, only due to the fact how David went about it. Since David was one of God’s chosen vessels, one of God’s royalty men.

One of God’s messengers came to David letting him know why God would not allow the baby to be live, God was disappointed with David so the baby died! David was devastated about the loss of this child. Even though God had forgiven them both, this does not mean we are not held accountable for our sins and how we treat others.

Twist of the mistake of flesh ( Generational Curse and evil to rise in the home)

Further into to 2 Samuel we discover King David had a sister named Tamar. Tamar was a virgin in those times, but Anmon loved Tamar and wanted Tamar for himself. Anmon called for Tarmar to bake some cakes, but instead it’s a plot to rape Tamar, which is the act of the enemey.
Now! Looking back at this story we see King David killed a man and basically plotted to take another mans wife, not only that made a children with Bathsheba.

According to scripture the Lord says “ Thus saith the Lord, Behold, I will raise up evil against three out of thine own house, and take his wives in front of her and give to his neighbor. The neighbor will lay with the wives in the sight of the sun”. (2 Samuel 2:13 KJV)

My Overview

King David wanted something that cleary did not belong to him, even though God used him in such a mighty way he allowed his flesh to consume him. King David was anointed by God to do the works of God and to guide others with instructions from God. Even with all David’s mistakes God still used him, but David had to repent for his mistakes. God had forgiven David, however, David would have to experience hardship, trails, tribulations after the act of the flesh. (KARMA) Do unto others just as you want to be done unto you. When David plotted to kill another man.. God still used him. His son raped his sister and was eventually killed. This type of evilness causes generational curses. Treating others in a manner of how God treats us will eliminate generational curses.

Word of the Day: Karma (/ˈkɑːrmə/; Sanskrit: कर्म, romanized: karma, IPA: [ˈkɐɽmɐ] ( listen); Pali: kamma) means action, work or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect).

Karma, a Sanskrit word that roughly translates to “action,” is a core concept in some Eastern religions, including Hinduism and Buddhism (Simple Wikipedia).

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