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  • 2 Samuel 16 22
    So they set up a tent for Absalom on the roof of the palace. He went in and slept with his father’s concubines. Everyone in Israel saw it.
  • Luke 12:1-2
    During that time a crowd of many thousands had gathered. There were so many people that they were stepping on one another. Jesus spoke first to his disciples.“ Be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees,” he said.“ They just pretend to be godly.Everything that is secret will be brought out into the open. Everything that is hidden will be uncovered.
  • Ecclesiastes 12:14
    God will judge everything people do. That includes everything they try to hide. He’ll judge everything, whether it’s good or evil.
  • 2 Samuel 11 4-2 Samuel 11 15
    Then David sent messengers to get her. She came to him. And he slept with her. Then she went back home. All of that took place after she had already made herself“ clean” from her monthly period.Later, Bathsheba found out she was pregnant. She sent a message to David. She said,“ I’m pregnant.”So David sent a message to Joab. David said,“ Send me Uriah, the Hittite.” Joab sent him to David.Uriah came to David. David asked him how Joab and the soldiers were doing. He also asked him how the war was going.David said to Uriah,“ Go home and enjoy some time with your wife.” So Uriah left the palace. Then the king sent him a gift.But Uriah didn’t go home. Instead, he slept at the entrance to the palace. He stayed there with all his master’s servants.David was told,“ Uriah didn’t go home.” So he sent for Uriah. David said to him,“ You have been away for a long time. Why didn’t you go home?”Uriah said to David,“ The ark and the army of Israel and Judah are out there in tents. My commander Joab and your special troops are camped in the open country. How could I go to my house to eat and drink? How could I go there and sleep with my wife? I could never do a thing like that. And that’s just as sure as you are alive!”Then David said to him,“ Stay here one more day. Tomorrow I’ll send you back to the battle.” So Uriah remained in Jerusalem that day and the next.David invited Uriah to eat and drink with him. David got him drunk. But Uriah still didn’t go home. In the evening he went out and slept on his mat. He stayed there among his master’s servants.The next morning David wrote a letter to Joab. He sent it along with Uriah.In it he wrote,“ Put Uriah out in front. That’s where the fighting is the heaviest. Then pull your men back from him. When you do, the Ammonites will strike him down and kill him.”
  • 1 Corinthians 4 5
    So don’t judge anything before the appointed time. Wait until the Lord returns. He will bring to light what is hidden in the dark. He will show the real reasons why people do what they do. At that time each person will receive their praise from God.