So I will save my flock;they will not be hurt anymore.I will judge between one sheep and another.Then I will put over them pne shepherd,my servant David.He will feed them and tend them and be their shepherd.Then I,the Lord,will be their God,and my servant David will be a ruler among them,I,the Lord,have spoken.
Say to the people,"This is what the Lord God says: I am going to take the people of Israel from among the nations where they have gone.I will gather them from all around and bring them into their own land.I will make them one nation in the land on themountains of Israel.One king will rule all of them.They will never again be two nations;they will not be divided into two kingdoms anymore.They will not continue to make themselves unclean by their idols,their statues of gods which I hate,or by their sins,I will save them from all the ways they sin and turn them against me,and I will make them clean.Then they will be my people,and I will be their God.
My servant david will be their king and they will all have one shepherd.They will live by my rules and obey my laws.They will live on the land I gave to my servant Jacob,the land inwhich your ancestors lived.They will all live on the land forever,they,their children and their grandchildren.David my servant will be their king forever.I will make an agreement of peace with them,an agreement that lasts forever.I will put them in their land and make them grow in number.Then I will put my Temple among them forever.
Also I found this psalm which david speaks most interesting:
Now I will tell you what the Lord has declared;
He said to me"You are my son.
Today I have become your Father,
If you ask me,I will give you the nations.
All the people on earth will be yours.
You will rule over them with an iron rod.
You will break them into pieces like pottery.
And this psalm which david speaks caught my eye as well...
So I rejoice and am glad.
Even my body had hope,
because you will not leave me in the grave.
You will not let your holy one rot.
These passages seem to indicate that King David will rise from the grave,build the temple of Israel,reclaime his throne and rule over the people (maybe the whole world as psalm 25 seems to hints at) forever.
I was amazed that these passages were never connected before.I was wondering if anyone else has found this,and if not,or if so,what are your thoughts on this matter.