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On the Road To Jerusalem

Part 2: City of David

ADONAI has sworn it, and he will never retract -

"You are a cohen forever, to be compared with Malki-Tzedek."


The background of this divine oath and acclamation is provided in David's conquest of Jerusalem ~ 1000 B.C. David led an attack on the Jebusites as he was guided solely by the Lord's command. At that time, even his skill and spear power were outnumbered by the Philistines'; nevertheless Adonai broke through his enemies for him, like a river breaking through its banks. And, He is still the Lord of the Breakthrough!


David thus captured the fortress of Zion, the City of David, as he took up residence there. The Lord Almighty was with him, and he obtained great favor from the King of Tyre who sent materials together with craftsmen to build a palace in the Ophel.

David knew that the Lord had set him up as king over Isra'el and increased his royal power for the sake of His people. He became an heir to Malki-Tzedek's dynasty of priest-kings. Certainly, David's sphere of influence extended from the Egyptian frontier and the Gulf of Agabah, to the upper Euphrates. The Jebusite citadel fell into his hands, as Jerusalem became his capital.


Soon a palace was built in Jerusalem, highways were opened, trade routes were enhanced, and the material prosperity of the kingdom was secured. The stage was set for the building of a magnificent temple to worship the One True God. God declared that this formidable task would be assigned to David's offspring. David's house and kingdom would endure forever. His throne would be established forever through He who would be a priest forever, even Y'shua, our Davidic Messiah.


ADONAI said to my Lord, 'Sit here at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet.'

So, how could this formidable and well established dynasty deteriorate to a point where Isra'el, for a time, was not even on the map? When will this impregnable kingdom be established?


Psalms 110:4, 2 Samuel 5, Mark 12, Genesis 15

Added on January 21, 2011

 

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