It is difficult to believe that the young David never dreamed of a day when his own tribe should take its true place among its fellows, and when the deliverer of Israel from its oppressors should belong for once to the tribe of Judah. David es originario de la biblia del Rey David de Israel, lo que hace que su nombre sea importante para su carácter y personalidad. He mentions that with his own unaided hand he slew a lion and also a bear, when they came out against his flock, beating them to death in open conflict with his club ( 1 Samuel 17:34 1 Samuel 17:35 ). (dā′vĭd) Died c. 962 bc. There he offered up sacrifice, and called the elders of Israel and Jesse's family to the sacrificial meal. David, like Nelson, does not seem to have known what it was to be afraid, and it was not to be expected that he could be satisfied with the lot of the youngest of eight sons of the now aged chief (1 Samuel 17:12; 1 Chronicles 2:13). David, youngest son of Jesse of Bethlehem, was Israel's second king. Orr, James, M.A., D.D. 21 // 2 Sam. One of these was Bathsheba, who became the mother of Solomon (2 Samuel 5:13; 1 Chronicles 3:5; 14:3). Some think she was the Nahash of 2 Samuel 17:25 . David thus belonged to the least efficient of all the Israelite tribes except one, and one which, considering its size and wealth, had till now failed to play a worthy part in the confederacy. The duty of Abiathar, David's first priest (1 Samuel 22:20), was to carry the ephod--an object used for casting lots (1 Samuel 23:6), in order to decide what to do in cases where there was no other way of making up one's mind (1 Samuel 30:7). The old tabernacle was now at Gibeah, at which Zadok ministered. David in the Psalms. The writers of the New Testament see in Jesus the embodiment of a righteous king for Israel. It was the ambition of his life to be the founder of a permanent dynasty (2 Samuel 7:29), yet he was willing that his house should be sacrificed to save his nation from destruction (2 Samuel 24:17). Lo envolvió en pañales y lo acostó en un pesebre, porque no había lugar para ellos en la posada. Yet it must be confessed that David's prudence often degenerates into cunning. It is in the later books and passages that sacred music and psalms begin to be ascribed to him. An unnatural civil war broke out. There is no doubt that the true names of Ish-bosheth, Mephibosheth and Eliada (2 Samuel 2:8; 4:4; 5:16) were Ish-baal (Esh-baal), Merib-baal and Beeliada (1 Chronicles 8:33; 9:39; 8:34; 9:40; 14:7); that the old name of Jerusalem was Jebus (11:4,5; compare Judges 19:10,11); perhaps a son of David called Nogah has to be added to 2 Samuel 5:15 from 1 Chronicles 3:7; 14:6; in David - Traduccion ingles de diccionario ingles. His first wife was Michal, the younger daughter of Saul. Here occurred the incident connected with Nabal and his wife Abigail ( 1 Samuel 25 ), whom David married after Nabal's death. The wonder, therefore, is, not that David was guilty of occasional obliquity, but that he remained as straightforward and simple as he was. For the reason why David could not wear the armor offered him was not because he was still a child, which is absurd in view of the fact that Saul was exceptionally tall (1 Samuel 9:2), but because he had had no practice with it (1 Samuel 17:39). ( 1 Kings 2:1-9 ) He died, according to Josephus, at the age of 70, and "was buried in the city of David." He would probably be at this time about twenty years of age. Joab was devoted to David with the devotion of Caleb Balderstone to his master, and he was as utterly unscrupulous. Fue a Belén, la Ciudad de David, para inscribirse junto con María su esposa. To David it would never occur that he had the choice of declining the high destiny in store for him. En inglés, francés y alemán: David (variando la pronunciación). Diccionario Biblico: David Significado de David. Significado de David: Una de las primeras apariciones del nombre David es en la Biblia. Compound Forms/Forme composte: Inglese: Italiano: David Copperfield (literature) David Copperfield : Star of David n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. David must have composed sacred poems if he composed at all, and he would use his musical gift for the purposes of religion as readily as for those of amusement and pleasure (2 Samuel 6:14,15). Sexuality is a motif in the accounts of the sin with Bathsheba, the death of the child from an adulterous union, one son's rape of a daughter, the competition for the father's bedmate Abishag, Uriah's refusal to visit his wife, the seizure of David's concubines, and the childlessness of Saul's daughter Michal. Absalom, afraid of the consequences of his guilt, fled to Geshur beyond Jordan, where he remained for three years, when he was brought back through the intrigue of Joab ( 2 Samuel 14 ). To escape from the vengeance of Saul, David fled to Ramah ( 1 Samuel 19:12-18 ) to Samuel, who received him, and he dwelt among the sons of the prophets, who were there under Samuel's training. His first step was to move his headquarters from the Southern Hebron, which he had been compelled at first to make his capital, to the more central Jerusalem. In one of these David so nearly came by his death, that his people would not afterward permit him to take part in the fighting (2 Samuel 21:16,17). Compound Forms: Spanish: English: estrella de David loc nom f locución nominal femenina: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo femenino ("casa de citas", "zona cero", "arma secreta"). David now turned his attention to the surrounding tribes and peoples. Yet something happened to David along the way. vid. The title "Christ" is a Greek translation of the Hebrew anointed one or messiah. With the omission of these verses all the difficulties of the narrative vanish. Así que dio a luz a su hijo primogénito. In the East every man is a soldier, and David's bent was in that direction. This apparent contradiction may be accounted for by the following considerations: (a) 16:14-23 may be inserted out of its chronological order for the sake of the contrast with the section immediately preceding--"the spirit of Yahweh came mightily upon David from that day forward .... the spirit of Yahweh departed from Saul" (16:13,14); (b) the fact of David becoming Saul's squire does not imply constant personal attendance upon him; the text says David became an (not his) armor-bearer to Saul. After this he returned to the old shepherd life again. The king would have many such squires: Joab, though only commander-in-chief, had, it seems, eighteen (2 Samuel 23:37 reads "armor-bearers"); (c) David would not play before Saul every day: his presence might not be required for a space of weeks or months; (d) Saul's failure to recognize David may have been a result of the `evil spirit from Yahweh' and Abner's denial of knowledge may have been feigned out of jealousy. El significado del nombre David es “Persona que es amada”, es un nombre hebreo que proviene de la palabra ”דָּוִד”, que se entiende como “El amado” o el “El que Dios elegido” en el idioma hebreo. His fine elegies upon the death of Saul and Jonathan, Abner and Absalom show that his nature was untainted with malice. It was a momentous day in Israel. The sons of Ammon formed a league with the Syrian kingdoms to the North and East of Palestine (2 Samuel 10:6,16), but these also had no success. One incident alone of his solitary shepherd life has come down to us --his conflict with the lion and the bear in defence of his fathers flocks. David (Hebrew: דָּוִד ) is described in the Hebrew Bible as the second king of the United Monarchy of Israel and Judah, becoming king after Saul. Had he done so he would hardly have permitted the execution of seven sons of Saul (2 Samuel 21:1), and that, too, at the cost of breaking his plighted word (1 Samuel 24:21); he would not have stood in awe of the sons of his sister Zeruiah (2 Samuel 3:39), and would have punished Joab instead of weakly invoking an imprecation on his head (2 Samuel 3:29), however much he might have felt the loss of his services. It was perhaps inevitable that in so large a household the usual dissensions and crimes of the harem should have sprung up in plenty. David's relation to Saul did not mitigate the hatred of the latter; indeed his enmity became so bitter that David determined upon flight. The principle followed hitherto had been that of election by the sheikhs or caids of the clans. Sheba, a Benjamite, headed a revolt of the men of Israel. He had lived in harmony with both the priesthood and the prophets; a sure sign that the spirit of his government had been throughly loyal to the higher aims of the theocracy. The author of the Epistle to the Hebrews speaks of the Book of Psalms simply as "David" (Hebrews 4:7). He accordingly, in anticipation, poured on his head the anointing oil. It was no superstitious fear but a high sense of honor which kept him back from putting out of his way his arch-enemy when he had him in his power (1Sa 24-26). Ella se encontraba encinta y, mientras estaban allí, se le cumplió el tiempo. Here he was joined, apparently for the first time, by his nephew Joab. His impact on the history of Israel is seen from the extensive interest in him and his successors as reflected in the Deuteronomic history, the prophets, the Chronicler's history, the psalms, and the New Testament. A fugitive. Una de las primeras apariciones del nombre David es en la Biblia. This period of his career is full of stirring adventures which remind us of Robert Bruce or William Wallace of Scotland. David's success where Saul had failed, however, instead of gratifying only inflamed the jealousy of the latter, and he determined to put David out of the way. David thus became the chief of a band of outlaws who numbered about 400. As to his personal appearance, we only know that he was red-haired, with beautiful eyes and a fair face ( 1 Samuel 16:12 ; 17:42 ). David's last words are a grand utterance, revealing his unfailing faith in God, and his joyful confidence in his gracious covenant promises ( 2 Samuel 23:1-7 ). David seems to have been in the habit of accompanying his father's servants in their task (1 Samuel 17:20,22), and on occasion would be left in full charge by himself. He was of short stature, with red or auburn hair, such as is not unfrequently seen in his countrymen of the East at the present day. David fled with his followers to Mahanarm, on the east of Jordan. His swiftness and activity made him like a wild gazelle, his feet like harts feet, and his arms strong enough to break a bow of steel.