Bathsheba was taken advantage of by David according to the story of Amnon and Tamar. The first son of Bathsheba died, but her second son, Solomon, was a special son who was the wisest man to ever live.
According to scholars, this 31st chapter of Proverbs is advice for Solomon. Bathsheba called Solomon, Lemuel which means with God or unto God. Bathsheba could have composed these verses for her son or it may be a chant that she knew from childhood. She answers questions her son should know as the king, then talks about the wife he should marry. They are verses about herself and the person she desires to be.
Bathsheba had tramatic experiences, so her teachings and her story holds wisdom for every woman.
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AUTHOR: Katherine Duke
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