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  • King of Israel
    • Genealogy of
      Ruth 4:18-22 ; 1 Samuel 16:11 ; 17:12 ; 1 Chronicles 2:3-15 ; Matthew 1:1-6 ; Luke 3:31-38
    • A shepherd
      1 Samuel 16:11
    • Kills a lion and a bear
      1 Samuel 17:34-36
    • Anointed king, while a youth, by the prophet Samuel, and Inspired
      1 Samuel 16:1,13 ; Psalm 89:19-37
    • Chosen of God
      Psalm 78:70
    • Described to Saul
      1 Samuel 16:18
    • Detailed as armor-bearer and musician at Saul's court
      1 Samuel 16:21-23
    • Kills Goliath
      1 Samuel 17
    • The love of Jonathan for
      1 Samuel 18:1-4
    • Popularity and discreetness of
      1 Samuel 18
    • Saul's jealousy of
      1 Samuel 18:8-30
    • Is defrauded of Merab, and given Michal to marry
      1 Samuel 18:17-27
    • Jonathan intercedes for
      1 Samuel 19:1-7
    • Probably writes Psalms Eleven at this period of his life
      Psalm 17 ; 35 ; 52 ; 58 ; 64 ; 109 ; 142
    • Conducts a campaign against, and defeats the Philistines
      1 Samuel 19:8
    • Saul attempts to kill him; he escapes to Ramah, and lives at Naioth, where Saul pursues him
      1 Samuel 19:9-24
    • About this time writes
      Psalm 59
    • Returns, and Jonathan makes covenant with him
      1 Samuel 20
    • Escapes by way of Nob, where he obtains shewbread and Goliath's sword from Abimelech
      1 Samuel 21:1-6 ; Matthew 12:3,4
    • Escapes to Gath
      1 Samuel 21:10-15
    • At this time probably writes
      Psalm 34 ; 35 ; 52 ; 56 ; 120
    • Recruits an army of insurgents, goes to Moab, returns to Hareth
      1 Samuel 22
    • Probably writes
      Psalm 13
    • Saves Keilah
      1 Samuel 23:1-13
    • Makes second covenant with Jonathan
      1 Samuel 23:16-18
    • Goes to the wilderness of Ziph, is betrayed to Saul
      1 Samuel 23:13-26
    • Writes a psalm on the betrayal
      Psalm 54
    • And probably
      Psalm 22 ; 31 ; 34 ; 140
    • Saul is diverted from pursuit of
      1 Samuel 23:27,28
    • At this time probably writes
      Psalm 12 ; 22
    • Goes to En-gedi
      1 Samuel 23:29
    • Refrains from killing Saul
      1 Samuel 24
    • Writes
      Psalm 57
    • Covenants with Saul
      1 Samuel 26
    • Marries Nabal's widow, Abigail, and Ahinoam
      1 Samuel 25
    • Lives in the wilderness of Ziph, has opportunity to kill Saul, but only takes his spear; Saul is contrite
      1 Samuel 26
    • Flees to Achish and lives in Ziklag
      1 Samuel 27
    • The list of men who join him
      1 Chronicles 12:1-22
    • Conducts an expedition against Amalekites, misstates the facts to Achish
      1 Samuel 27:8-12
    • At this time probably writes
      Psalm 141
    • Is refused permission to accompany the Philistines to battle against the Israelites
      1 Samuel 28:1,2 ; 29
    • Rescues the people of Ziklag, who had been captured by the Amalekites
      1 Samuel 30
    • Probably writes
      Psalm 18 ; 20 ; 21
    • Death and burial of Saul and his sons
      1 Samuel 31 ; 2 Samuel 21:1-14
    • Kills the murderer of Saul
      2 Samuel 1:1-16
    • Lamentation over Saul
      2 Samuel 1:17-27
    • After living for one year and four months at Ziklag
      1 Samuel 27:7
    • David goes to Hebron, and is anointed king by Judah
      2 Samuel 2:1-4,11 ; 5:5 ; 1 Kings 2:11 ; 1 Chronicles 3:4 ; 11:1-3
    • The list of those who join him at Hebron
      1 Chronicles 12:23-40
    • Ish-bosheth, son of Saul, crowned
      2 Samuel 2:4
    • David wages war against and defeats Ish-bosheth
      2 Samuel 2:13-32 ; 3:4
    • Demands the restoration of Michal, his wife
      2 Samuel 3:14-16
    • Abner revolts from Ish-bosheth, and joins David, but is killed by Joab
      2 Samuel 3
    • Punishes Ish-bosheth's murderers
      2 Samuel 4
    • Anointed king over all Israel, after reigning over Judah at Hebron for seven years and six months, and reigns thirty-three years
      2 Samuel 2:11 ; 5:5 ; 1 Chronicles 3:4 ; 11:1-3 ; 12:23-40 ; 29:27
    • Makes conquest of Jerusalem
      2 Samuel 5:6 ; 1 Chronicles 11:4-8 ; Isaiah 29:1
    • Builds a palace
      2 Samuel 5:11 ; 2 Chronicles 2:3
    • Friendship of, with Hiram, king of Tyre
      2 Samuel 5:11 ; 1 Kings 5:1
    • Prospered of God
      2 Samuel 5:10 ; 1 Chronicles 11:9
    • Fame of
      1 Chronicles 14:17
    • Philistines make war against, and are defeated by him
      2 Samuel 5:17,25
    • Assembles thirty-thousand men to escort the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem with music and thanksgiving
      2 Samuel 6:1-5
    • Uzzah is struck down when he attempts to steady the ark of the covenant
      2 Samuel 6:6-11
    • David is terrified, and leaves the ark at the house of Obed-edom
      2 Samuel 6:9-11
    • After three months, David brings the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem with dancing and great joy
      2 Samuel 6:12-16 ; 1 Chronicles 13
    • Organized the tabernacle service
      1 Chronicles 9:22 ; 15:16-24 ; 16:4-6,37-43
    • Offers sacrifice, distributes gifts, and blesses the people
      2 Samuel 6:17-19
    • Michal rebukes him for his religious enthusiasm
      2 Samuel 6:20-23
    • Desires to build a temple, is forbidden, but receives God's promise that his seed should reign forever
      2 Samuel 7:12-16 ; 23:5 ; 1 Chronicles 17:11-14 ; 2 Chronicles 6:16 ; Psalm 89:3,4 ; 132:11,12 ; Acts 15:16 ; Romans 15:12
    • Interpretation and fulfillment of this prophecy
      Acts 13:22,23
    • At this time, probably, David writes
      Psalm 15 ; 16 ; 24 ; 101 ; 138
    • Conquers the Philistines, Moabites, and Syria
      2 Samuel 8
    • Treats Mephibosheth, the lame son of Saul, with great kindness
      2 Samuel 9:6 ; 19:24-30
    • Sends commissioners with a message of sympathy to Hanun, son of the king of Ammon; the message is misinterpreted, and commissioners treated with indignity; David retaliates by invading, and defeats the combined armies of the Ammonites and Syrians
      2 Samuel 10 ; 1 Chronicles 19
    • Probably writes
      Psalm 18 ; 20 ; 21
    • Commits adultery with Bath-sheba
      2 Samuel 11:2-5
    • Wickedly causes the death of Uriah
      2 Samuel 11:6-25
    • Takes Bath-sheba to be his wife
      2 Samuel 11:26,27
    • Is rebuked by the prophet Nathan
      2 Samuel 12:1-14
    • Repents of his crime and confesses his guilt
      Psalm 6 ; 32 ; 38 ; 39 ; 40 ; 51
    • Is chastised with grievous affliction on account of his Crime
      Psalm 38 ; 41 ; 69
    • Death of his infant son (born from Bath-sheba)
      2 Samuel 12:15-23
    • Solomon is born to
      2 Samuel 12:24,25
    • Ammonites defeated and tortured
      2 Samuel 12:26-31
    • Amnon's crime, his murder by Absalom, and Absalom's flight
      2 Samuel 13
    • Absalom's return
      2 Samuel 14:1-24
    • Absalom's usurpation
      2 Samuel 14 ; 15
    • David's flight from Jerusalem
      2 Samuel 15:13-37
    • He probably writes, at this time
      Psalm 5 ; 7 ; 26 ; 61 ; 63 ; 69 ; 70 ; 86 ; 143
    • Shimei curses him
      2 Samuel 16
    • Crosses the Jordan River
      2 Samuel 17:21-29
    • Absalom's defeat and death
      2 Samuel 18
    • Laments the death of Absalom
      2 Samuel 18:33 ; 19:1-4
    • Rebuked by Joab
      2 Samuel 19:5-7
    • David rebukes the priests for not showing loyalty amid the complaints of the people against him
      2 Samuel 19:9-15
    • Shimei begs for clemency
      2 Samuel 19:16-23
    • Mephibosheth begs for the king's favor
      2 Samuel 19:24-30
    • Barzillai rewarded
      2 Samuel 19:31-40
    • Judah accused by the ten tribes of stealing him away
      2 Samuel 19:41-43
    • Returns to Jerusalem
      2 Samuel 20:1-3
    • At this time, probably, David composes
      Psalm 27 ; 66 ; 122 ; 144
    • Sheba's conspiracy against David, and his death
      2 Samuel 20
    • Makes Amasa general
      2 Samuel 19:13
    • Amasa is killed
      2 Samuel 20:4-10
    • Consigns seven sons of Saul to the Gibeonites to be killed to atone for Saul's persecution of the Gibeonites
      2 Samuel 21:1-14
    • Buries Saul's bones, and the bones of his sons
      2 Samuel 21:12-14
    • Defeats the Philistines
      2 Samuel 21:15-22 ; 1 Chronicles 20:4-8
    • Takes the military strength of Israel without divine Authority, and is reproved
      2 Samuel 24 ; 1 Chronicles 21 ; 27:24
    • Probably composes
      Psalm 30 ; 131
    • Marries Abishag
      1 Kings 1:1-4
    • Probably composes
      Psalm 19 ; 111
    • Adonijah usurps the sceptre; Solomon appointed to the throne
      1 Kings 1 ; 1 Chronicles 23:1
    • Delivers his charge to Solomon
      1 Kings 2:1-11 ; 1 Chronicles 22:6-19 ; 28 ; 29
    • Probably composes
      Psalm 23 ; 145
    • Last words of
      2 Samuel 23:1-7
    • Death of
      1 Kings 2:10 ; 1 Chronicles 29:28 ; Acts 2:29,30
    • Sepulchre of
      Acts 2:29
    • Age of, at death
      2 Samuel 5:4,5 ; 1 Chronicles 29:28
    • Length of reign, forty years
      1 Kings 2:11 ; 1 Chronicles 29:27,28
    • Wives of
      2 Samuel 3:2-5
    • Children born
      • At Hebron
        2 Samuel 3:2-5 ; 1 Chronicles 3:4
      • At Jerusalem
        2 Samuel 5:14-16 ; 1 Chronicles 3:5-8 ; 14:4-7
    • Descendants of
      1 Chronicles 3
    • Civil and military officers of
      2 Samuel 8:16-18
    • See CABINET
    • Lists of his heroes, and of their exploits
      2 Samuel 23 ; 1 Chronicles 11 ; 12:23-40
    • Devoutness of
      1 Samuel 13:14 ; 2 Samuel 6:5,14,18 ; 7:18-29 ; 8:11 ; 24:25 ; 1 Kings 3:14 ; 1 Chronicles 17:16-27 ; 29:10 ; 2 Chronicles 7:17 ; Zechariah 12:8 ; Psalm 6 ; 7 ; 11 ; 13 ; 17 ; 22 ; 26 ; 27:7-14 ; 28 ; 31 ; 35 ; 37
    • Justice in the administration of
      2 Samuel 8:15 ; 1 Chronicles 18:14
    • Discreetness of
      1 Samuel 18:14,30
    • Meekness of
      1 Samuel 24:7 ; 26:11 ; 2 Samuel 16:11 ; 19:22,23
    • Merciful
      2 Samuel 19:23
    • David as musician
      1 Samuel 16:21-23 ; 1 Chronicles 15:16 ; 23:5 ; 2 Chronicles 7:6 ; 29:26 ; Nehemiah 12:36 ; Amos 6:5
    • David as poet
      2 Samuel 22
    • See PSALMS OF DAVID
    • David as prophet
      2 Samuel 23:2-7 ; 1 Chronicles 28:19 ; Matthew 22:41-46 ; Acts 2:25-38 ; 4:25
    • Type of Christ
      Psalm 2 ; 16 ; 18:43 ; 69:7-9
    • Jesus called son of
      Matthew 9:27 ; 12:23 ; 15:22 ; 20:30,31 ; 21:9 ; 22:42 ; Mark 10:47,48 ; Luke 18:37,39
    • Prophecies concerning him and his kingdom
      Numbers 24:17,19 ; 2 Samuel 7:11-16 ; 1 Chronicles 17:9-14 ; 22 ; 2 Chronicles 6:5-17 ; 13:5 ; 21:7 ; Psalm 89:19-37 ; Isaiah 9:7 ; 16:5 ; 22:20-25 ; Jeremiah 23:5 ; 33:15-26 ; Luke 1:32,33
    • Chronicles of, written by Samuel, Nathan, and Gad
      1 Chronicles 29:29,30

  • A prophetic name for Christ
    Jeremiah 30:9 ; Ezekiel 34:23,24 ; 37:24,25 ; Hosea 3:5

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Bibliography Information
Nave, Orville J. Entry for 'David'. Nave's Topical Bible. https://www.studylight.org/concordances/ntb/d/david.html. 1896.

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