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Old-Testament Survey : The Reign of David. The second king in the United Kingdom. David and Ish-bosheth. David receives news of the deaths of Saul and Jonathan. He mourns. (2 Samuel 1:19-27) He goes to Hebron where the tribe of Judah appoints him to be their king. (2 Samuel 1-7)

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the second king in the united kingdom

Old-Testament Survey:The Reign of David

The second king in the United Kingdom


David and Ish-bosheth

  • David receives news of the deaths of Saul and Jonathan. He mourns.(2 Samuel 1:19-27)
  • He goes to Hebron where the tribe of Judah appoints him to be their king.(2 Samuel 1-7)
  • Saul’s captain, Abner, appoints Ish-bosheth as king over Israel.(2 Samuel 2:8-11)
  • War erupts. Ish-bosheth is slain and David rules all Israel.(2 Samuel 5:1-5)

David the King

  • David enjoys continued military success.(2 Samuel 5:6-20)The capital moves to Jerusalem,where the royal palace is built.
  • David decides to move the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. They use the wrong mode of transportation.(2 Samuel 6:1-10)
  • The Ark stays at Obed-edom’s house for three months; is then brought back (correctly) by the Levite priests.(2 Samuel 6:11-15)
  • Michal despises David; therefore, she would have no children.(2 Samuel 6:16-23)

David Desires to Build a Temple

  • David was richly blessed, and he wanted to build a temple for God.(2 Samuel 7:1-7)
  • David would not be allowed to build the temple, but God gave prophecies concerning him.(2 Samuel 7:12-17)
  • In his old age God would allow David to set aside gold and silver for the house, which Solomon would build.(2 Samuel 7:18-29)
  • David expands the kingdom of Israel.(2 Samuel 8-10)

David Commits Adultery

  • One evening while in the royal palace, David sees a beautiful woman (Bathsheba) bathing.(2 Samuel 11:1,2)
  • Bathsheba is with child, and David’s seeks to cover his sins.(2 Samuel 11:5-25)
  • David marries Bathsheba.(2 Samuel 11:26,27)
  • God sends Nathan the prophet with a story for David.(2 Samuel 12:1-12)

David’s Punishment

  • David repents of his sins.(2 Samuel 12:13,14)
  • He receives two punishments.
    • The child conceived would die.
    • The sword would never depart from his house. (2 Samuel 12:14-23)
  • David’s prayer for mercy. (Psalm 51)
  • David and Bathsheba have another son—Solomon. (2 Samuel 12:24,25)

Moral Decay in David’s House

  • Amnon, David oldest son fell in love with Tamar, his half sister.(2 Samuel 13:1-20)
  • Two years later, Absalom murdered his brother, Amnon.(2 Samuel 13:21-36)
  • David banished Absalom from the kingdom.(2Samuel 13:37-39)
  • Joab interceded to reconcile Absalom and David.(2 Samuel 14:1-24)
  • Absalom prepared a chariot and greeted the Israelites at the gate, turning their hearts to himself. (2 Samuel 14:25—15:6)

Absalom’s Rebellion

  • Absalom steals the hearts of the people and rebels against David.(2 Samuel 15:7-37)
  • When Absalom takes Jerusalem, he publicly commits fornication with David’s wives.(2 Samuel 16:15-23)
  • David’s forces fight with Absalom’s forces, and Absalom is defeated.(2 Samuel 17:18—18:5)
  • Joab kills Absalom and ends the rebellion.(2 Samuel 18:-6-18)

Later Years

  • David, overwhelmed with grief, forgets his own soldiers!(2 Samuel 19:1-7)
  • David returns to Jerusalem and does not punish those involved in the rebellion. (2 Samuel 19:8-23)
  • Other tribes charge David with favoring Judah—Sheba killed.(2 Samuel 20)
  • Three years of famine in Israel. Divine judgment because of Saul’s mistreatment of the Gibeonites.(2 Samuel 21)Seven of Saul’s descendants are killed, ending the famine.

David Numbers Israel

  • Contrary to God’s will, David numbered Israel’s fighting men.(2 Samuel 24)
  • David had to choose one of three punishments:
    • Seven years of famine
    • Flee before his enemies for 3 months
    • 3 days of pestilence from God
  • David chose the last of the three, and 70,000 Jews died.(2 Samuel 24:14-16)

David Worships God

  • David pleads with God to show mercy on the people because of his sin.(2 Samuel 24:17)
  • He is instructed to build an altar and offer sacrifice to God.(2 Samuel 24:18,19)
  • David would not offer to the Lord that “which cost him nothing.”(2 Samuel 24:20-25)

David’s Other Works

  • David organized part (30 men) of his military in special forces known for their heroism.
  • David divided the Levites into 24 courses to serve in the Temple, appointed singers for the Temple, set aside doorkeepers, along with civil and religious officers to serve Israel.
  • He was a king after “God’s own heart.”(Acts 13:22)