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Transcript of religion

After Saul’s death, Ishbaal, his son was suppose to take his place as ruler. However, the people wanted David as their ruler. He was well known to the people which caused tension between David and Ishbaal. After the many battles these two fought over, Ishbaal’s death meant that David would become king. Ishbaal’s death is an uncommon story in the bible. Ishbaal’s two men planned to kill him which they did, the two decided to go to David and present him with Ishbaal’s head. They thought that after they were known to be the killers of Ishbaal, David would reward them. However, David did the exact opposite. After the deliverance of Ishbaal’s head, David executed them both with murder. David the King The City of David As the new ruler, David had a problem. He did not know where to put his capital city. David could not think of a place where he could establish his city without bringing anger to either of the twelve tribes that he ruler over. However, just when all hope was lost, David found an ancient city on the boarder between Judah and the other tribes that belonged to no tribes. Although there were residences living in Jerusalem called the Jebusites. The Jebusites believe that Jerusalem could never be taken and mocked David and his army. So David told his men that whoever took over the Jebusites, shall be his right man. This is when Joab comes into the story, as he takes over the Jesbusites. After David and his army took over Jerusalem it was known was the City of David. Now that David had established his city, he wanted to bring the Ark of Covenant to Jerusalem so that Jerusalem would be both the political and religious center of Israel. David’s first attempted did not work out because he did not follow the law and instructions that were made that were crucial for carrying the Ark. As months passed, David tried to bring the Ark to Jerusalem again, but this time he did follow the law. This resulted in the Ark of the covenant finally being placed in Jerusalem. When Saul had been king, he was a king who cared about money and business and could care less about God. This is where Saul differed from David. Even if David was king, he still showered God with offerings of love and joy and looked for nothing in return. David was a good king, he cared for others and praised the Lord, it was from him where his wife Michal learned about the goodness of God The Covenant with David Now that Jerusalem was a political and spiritual capital of Israel it was held a lot of power, all because of David. Therefore, Jerusalem was well known in Israel and David’s palace was the crowning glory of the city. However, the Ark of the Covenant was laying in a tent. This brought guilt to David, which is why he decided to build a temple for the ark..
Then suddenly, Nathan a prophet ran to David telling him that he received a vision from God and told him to not build a temple. God had something else planned for David. God claimed that..

"David will be the founder of a dynasty, the son of David will be the ruler of a kingdom, David’s son will build the temple that David had planned to build, David’s son will be claimed as God’s own son, God also promised that he would never abandon David’s descendants, and that his dynasty would be everlasting." The queen mother is present and plays a major part of how her son governs

The prime minister becomes a distinct office in the royal government

Thank offering is known as the primary liturgy celebrated at the temple Davidic Covenant’s Secondary Features David’s line will have a kingdom.
The covenant is made with David’s whole dynasty
David’s son will be claimed as God’s own son
The covenant made with God and David will be everlasting
Jerusalem will be the spiritual center of the world
An architectural sign of the covenant with David is a Temple
Wisdom is the law in the covenant with David The Davidic Covenant and it's Primary Features David Tries to bring The Ark Covenant To his City David the King "David will be the founder of a dynasty, the son of David will be the ruler of a kingdom, David’s son will build the temple that David had planned to build, David’s son will be claimed as God’s own son, God also promised that he would never abandon David’s descendants, and that his dynasty would be everlasting." http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/6776755/Chapter_10_Davidic_covenant the Covenant Zion In chapter 7, the story with Moses told us that Mount Sinai was known
as the Mountain Of God. However, when the ark was placed in Jerusalem
it rested on Mount Zion. This replaced the identity of Mount Sinai
being the mountain of God. With the Ark of the covenant in Jerusalem,
it was claimed as the most spiritual region in Israel Key terms of the Zion Covenant temple international Wisdom Literature Todah [tem-puh l] [in-ter-nash-uh-nl] [wiz-duhm lit-er-uh-cher, -choor, li-truh-] the temple was the architectural sign of the
covenant and is one of the primary features in
the Davidic Covenant. The temple is the center
of worship and brought different people to
Jerusalem the covenant would search all nations
through Israel Wisdom is also presented as one of the
seven primary features in the Davidic Covenant.
Wisdom Literature was a new Torah designed to
speak to all people. Todah is known as the most important
religious ritual, and is seen as a thank
offering. A thank offering in thanks giving
for God's deliverance. Fact: Todah is means Eucharist in Greek [ Toe-daa] David plays music for King Saul The Davidic Covenant also contained
seven primary and three secondary
features. By: Nicole Aquias
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