David the First king, Jesus the Last king

David was the first king chosen by God

Christ was the last king chosen by God and his reign shall be forever.

David was a son of Jesse.

Jesse means “The Lord exist

One of the most complicated quotes Christ gave, was to the Pharisees when he said:

“Why is it said that the Messiah is the son of David? 42David himself declares in the Book of Psalms:

“ ‘The Lord said to my Lord:

“Sit at my right hand

43until I make your enemies

a footstool for your feet.”

44David calls him ‘Lord.’ How then can he be his son?”

Christ is implying that the Messiah had to “exist” before David, even though he (Messiah) was called the son of David.

Jesse and Jesus have similar names, David called Jesus his Lord, he called Jesse his father.

Both David and Christ, left their father’s household, to serve the Lord’s people.

David gained victory over Goliath, Christ gained victory over Death/the flesh.

David worshipped God in Psalms, Jesus worshipped him in spirit and truth.

Both David and Christ was anointed and Chosen by God and had the spirit of the Lord.

God was the king the people rejected, for Saul. Saul was the king God rejected for David. God sent his Son, Jesus whom they also rejected, just as the people of Israel rejected him as their first and only king.

David is a man after God’s heart, Jesus is the love of God made manifest.

David saw Bathsheba naked and called her unto himself and made her his wife. Christ saw us, the church naked, just as Adam and Eve was in the garden, he loving us, called us unto himself so we can be his bride.

We was clothed in darkness and now we are clothed in his marvelous light, hallelujah!

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