From May to September (King David’s Bones, I Kings 1: 1– 4)

King David had many victories,
defeats and tragedies in his
time as King of Israel.

In his later years, alone,
a beautiful, young woman
came into to his tent to

warm his cold, weary, sad
bones and to give him the
tenderness he craved. Let

no one pass judgment on King
David for holding a warm,
tender body while a tear

trickled down his cheek
as he fell asleep. And
the Good Book says “He

knew her not,” and maybe
he didn’t but if he did,
let no one pass judgment

on King David for it was
God’s will that the Anoint-
ed’s bones be warmed.

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