Elder James preaches on David’s sins with slothfulness, his desire of Bathsheba, the murder of Uriah the Hittite, and attempts to cover it up. But David could not hide from the Lord. Nathan opened David’s eyes by telling a story of a rich man that took a poor man’s only ewe lamb and killed it. When David was upset and asked who the rich man was, Nathan told him “Thou art the man”. Elder James explains that we too are depraved, and when we realize that “thou art the man”, only grace can fit our case.