King David's sculpture on Mount Zion, Jerusalem

Sculpture of King David, placed at what is believed to be King David's burial site on Mount Zion. New evidence indicates that King David was actually buried in the southeastern area of Jerusalem’s real Old City, which is located to the south of the Temple

King David - the 2nd King of Israel. As the slayer of the giant Goliath in his youth, he was sought by King Saul as a warrior. Eventually David became king, who ruled justly. According to Jewish tradition, the Messiah would be a descendant of David. According to Christian tradition, Jesus of Nazareth fulfilled this prophecy as outlined in the Books of Matthew & Luke.

David, the youngest (divinely favored) son of Jesse of Bethlehem would succeed Saul. Under David the Israelites establish the united monarchy-Statue of King David by Nicolas Cordier in the Borghese Chapel of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

Pictures of King David (Man after God's own heart)

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God cares about the heart. In this Anointing King David object lesson, children learn that God sees their hearts and they decide what they want Him to see. ~ futureflyingsaucers.com

Anointing King David Object Lesson

God cares about the heart. In this Anointing King David object lesson, children learn that God sees their hearts and they decide what they want Him to see.

Swing the rock.

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Swing the rock. Actually Goliath would be a gross exaggeration. More like bedbugs.

David's mighty men infographic

David's mighty men (and the stories behind them) [infographic]

David himself knew how to weave words together. Often, they were about his violent collision with the grace of God. This in and of itself gives me great hope that even the most complex and messy situations are not beyond Divine grace and mercy, both for myself and others...

David himself knew how to weave words together. Often, they were about his violent collision with the grace of God. This in and of itself gives me great hope that even the most complex and messy situations are not beyond Divine grace and mercy, both for m

Lev Tahor - a clean heart  -- When King David cried out to the Lord, ''Create in me a clean heart, O God,'' he did not use the Hebrew word yatzar, which means to ''fashion'' or ''form'' something from pre-existing material, but instead used the word bara, a verb exclusively used to refer to God's creation of the cosmos (Gen 1:1)

Lev Tahor - a clean heart. King David cried out to the Lord ''Create in me a clean heart, O God.

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