By James R. Shott
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Michal? The daughter of King Saul, whom David had married first? No. She was in disgrace. David never went to her bed. Ahinoam? The second wife? A logical choice. The mother of Amnon, the heir to the throne. But she had no leadership ability and could never manage the complex household. Maacah? Daughter of the king of Geshur? Her son Absalom was a handsome boy, whom many said would make a much better king than the sickly Amnon. No one could begin to compare with the incomparable Abigail. Her death had left a void, a chasm, a bottomless pit, in the royal household.
And here they kept abreast of the progress of the war against Philistia. These women had one decided advantage over Bathshebatheir husbands talked to them. When they came home on leave from the battle, they spent the nights with their women, who then returned to the courtyard with fascinating tales of the campaign. They told of the two battles of Rephaim. The Philistines had entered the long valley which led toward Jerusalem, and David had met them at a place of his own choosing. Repulsed, the enemy regrouped and came at them again.
The roof, Hephzibah. " She understood her servant's confusion. For the past few years, her mistress had not taken a rooftop bath. Not Page 27 since the completion of the palace. And never in the middle of the night. " Bathsheba walked away. The bewildered servant began heating the water on the cooking fire in the courtyard while Bathsheba chose her soap and perfume. On the rooftop, Hephzibah had laid out the shallow bathtub and had already poured into it several buckets of warmed water. The soap, scented oil, and towels which Bathsheba had selected were laid out nearby.
Bathsheba (People of the Promise James R. Shott, 8) by James R. Shott