The Bible is primarily about God and the Son of God, Jesus Christ, but it has also many examples of men who have walked with the Lord and from whom we can learn a lot, both from their mistakes and their good examples. There are especially some people who touch me, challenge me and inspire me more than the others, and from whom I can see that I have a lot to learn. These persons had a great calling of the God in Heaven and they had found grace and mercy in the Eyes of the Lord, and when I read about them they fill my heart with deep respect and love. Some of those I think about are: Abraham, Moses, king David, the virgin Mary, and the apostles Peter, John and Paul, and I will preach over their lives in a few sermons and what to learn from their lives.
And this sermon is about king David, who had many great qualities in his character, and we should learn from them, but also learn from the greatest mistake of his life: the story of Batseba and Uriah.