Author: Ron Graham
God’s wonderful plan was unfolding, and being foreshadowed, as David sat on his throne in Jerusalem. He represented the Christ who was to be raised up to reign from heaven.
A King Over Israel—There was tension between the will of God and the will of man. God would rather that he alone be Israel’s king, but they wanted a human king like other nations; so God yielded (1Samuel 8-15).
Adventures of David—About the time in which David, not yet king, grew in power and popularity among the people. King Saul was envious and furious, and he set out to kill David.
David's Throne—God’s wonderful, unfolding plan was being foreshadowed as David sat on his throne in Jerusalem. He represented the Christ who would be raised up to reign from heaven.
David's Sin and Sorrow—More of David’s adventures, after he became king. There is a great deal of sadness in this story, mainly as a result of the sin David committed with Basheba.
Book of Psalms—An overview of the Psalms, including useful reference material.
The Throne of David (The Last Days)—About the mistaken premillennial view of the kingdom of God and David’s throne.
The Blessings of David—A lesson from Isaiah about the sure mercies and blessings of David and their meaning for Christians. This lesson: the house and throne of David.