In the last installment of this sermon series, we will discover more undisputable proofs in the life of David, showing that human fighting and killing in war is wrong in God’s eyes. Some have tried to argue that David did not sin when he fought in war, as he only allegedly sinned in the “matter of Uriah.” This interpretation is blatantly wrong. David admitted on numerous occasions that he had sinned in many different ways. He was not permitted to build the temple, as he had been a man of war who had shed blood. He also sinned when he numbered the army, in preparation of war. David learned, at the end of his life, that human warfare is wrong. He will be teaching man, in the Millennium, the way to peace — and man will not learn, under his rule, to fight in war anymore. We must learn the same today.