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L J Watts June 12, 2012 at 12:51 pm

Good afternoon Pamela,
Thank you for this wonderful article. I will have my grandsons read it, also. I will go through the archive and read some of your previous articles. Again, thank you for sharing the Word of God through your writing…your anointing.

Bless the Lord.

Pamela Rose Williams June 13, 2012 at 5:33 pm

Hello L J, I am glad that you will share this article with your grandsons. We can learn so much from these real life events that are recorded in the Bible. I am happy to share the talent that God gave to me. Be sure to check out the other writers’ articles as well — we have excellent writers here at WCWTK. We are blessed and happy to share. Thanks for your words of encouragement and be sure to stop by again any time. Blessings!

naomi July 7, 2012 at 8:28 am

I don’t totally agree with the bathsheba part. Yes she was bathing on the roof but how do we actually know that wasn’t the normal for her. It also isn’t like she had the choice to refuse the king when he said come every other girl set out with evil in their heart and the bible made some kinda of refrence to that with her it never did. Can you clearify for me why people consider her a temptress?

Chris Martel June 13, 2012 at 9:44 am

Tell you what, the next time someone tells me the Bible is full of nice-nice and fluff, I will refer them to this article! When a woman in the Bible goes bad, they’re not kidding. This was very entertaining, and educational too! If a friend of mine wishes to meet a nice girl, I will send him to the waterfront, those girls have nothing on these women!! Just kidding, thanks for the lighter side of the Scriptures!

Pamela Rose Williams June 13, 2012 at 5:35 pm

Hello Chris, yes these are just 5 of the “badder than bad” women in the Bible. I am pleased that you learned something from these seemingly unreal — real life events. Thanks for your kind words and be sure to drop in again any time. Blessings!

MARK OFORI NYARKO June 15, 2012 at 4:16 am

Hello Pamella,

thank you very much for this information, can we also make mention of Herodias who influenced the death of John the baptist?

you’ve really taken me to school.


Pamela Rose Williams June 21, 2012 at 6:39 pm

Oh yes, Herodias, the step daughter to Herod Antipas … truly a temptress to the point of convincing the King to behead John. Thank you for that. We can read this account in 3 separate books but I like the account in Mark 6 the best. She was a wicked one.

Atd May 17, 2013 at 9:09 pm

Bathsheba couldn’t deny the implicit invite of the king. Her husband was in his service, could you imagine what her scorn to him would have entailed for her spouse?! It would have ruined him! Public bathing wasn’t uncommon at that time period. David spied on her, he knew it was wrong to look! So how is she a temptress? Isn’t this more a story of David using the power he was given through divine providence to fulfill his own avarice? Bathsheba went to a public bath. She didn’t ask for her husband to be murdered nor to be raped. Perhaps we could say that she should have denied her ruler and risk the peril it would bring her and her family. Who’s to say she actually knew his intent? David was so intent on having his desires by that point who knows what he did to her once she was in his court? Its marks a sad and truly regrettable fall from grace on the tale of David. Happily though even after his fall he found grace.

Donny Gentles July 29, 2013 at 11:21 pm

Historically, women have displayed an attraction to powerful men. So yes, Bathsheba may have had ulterior motives in positioning her self; Knowing well David habitually used the roof of his Palace to view his territory and subjects or possibly just for relaxation in the cool of the evening.

Hilary November 24, 2018 at 12:44 pm

You have to be joking! What about all the evil men who seduce and rape women, or is it just women who are sexual predators? And as for ‘stepping outside my role’, I was a senior police officer and at one stage I was my husband’s boss! It’s pages like your’s that converted me from 50/ years Christianity to the atheist I am today

Jack Wellman November 24, 2018 at 12:58 pm

It is your own rejection of Christ that God will judge you over, not our pages but your own sins and judging evil men. God will judge them. Not you nor I. Women have also been those who have seduced and raped men.

Jack Wellman November 24, 2018 at 12:59 pm

It is your rejection of Christ and the truth that makes you choose to be an atheist and not “pages” like ours that make others become atheists. That’s about as ridiculous a statement as I’ve heard. I plead with you Hilary, repent before its too late (Rev 20:12-25).

Hilary Power November 24, 2018 at 1:50 pm

Hi Jack. Not saying it was your page; after all, I only found it an hour ago when I was searching for something else. I was just commenting on this portrayal of women as sexual temptresses, and the statement “Jezebel is an example of what happens when a wife steps outside of her role as a helper and into the role as leader”. In my marriage, neither is leader, and neither is follower. I don’t ‘obey’ him, and I don’t expect him to obey me. We’re equal in all things. And as for repenting, well as an atheist I’m good for nothing. Yup, every good thing I do, it’s because it’s the right thing, not because I think I’m going to Paradise.

Jack Wellman November 24, 2018 at 2:00 pm

Please Hilary…you ARE good for something. God sent Jesus to die for you so you could live forever in Paradise, but I only want to have you think about it as Jesus does care for you and I do too, even though you might not believe me. Praying.

Hilary Power November 24, 2018 at 2:13 pm

You missed the joke Jack….. atheists do good for nothing, just because it’s the right thing to do.
Are you British or American?

Jack Wellman November 24, 2018 at 2:41 pm

I am American my friend.

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