The Book Of David
David is not mentioned in the scripture until the last part of the last chapter of Ruth. However, there are 968 verses in the entire Bible in which David is mentioned. This compared to the 784 verses that mention Moses, the 230 verses that mention Abraham, and the 159 verses that mention the Apostle Paul, tends to give us an idea of the significance of David’s life. Even Jesus’ name is mentioned i...
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fewer verses (942), although God is mentioned in 3894 verses. There are also hundreds of verses that do not mention David by name but refer to him as king. From the sheer fact that David is mentioned and referred to so many times in the scripture, we can see that such a study that we hereby embark on is certainly legitimate. David was the king that excelled beyond all others in the three Kingdom dimensions God instituted before man was ever created -- worship, word, and warfare. The Lord had even set an angelic leader over these three dimensions. Michael was over warfare; Gabriel was over word, or messages; Lucifer was over worship. David was the passionate worshipper whose zeal for worship has never been matched by mortal man. There was no greater warrior than King David. He never lost a military conflict. David delivered the Word of the Lord with accuracy and messianic insight. His messianic prophecies number more than any of the Major Prophets. So in all three Kingdom dimensions, David excelled above all others. No wonder that David will be the vice king of all the earth during the millennium. As amazing as his life was, his failures were almost unfathomable. David’s failures were indeed paramount and certainly were of a great cost to him and his family. Yet no one exemplifies true repentance and Godly sorrow more than David. Again, the study of David’s life is worthy of a genuine effort to look intently at every verse that mentions his name. We believe in so doing we will clearly see the entire life and legacy of this one whom God said is “a man after mine own heart” (Acts 13:22).