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Updated: Aug 25, 2020

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II Sam. 6:1-15, 17-19

INTRODUCTION. David's first military victory after becoming king over the united

tribes was the capture of Jerusalem. From the time of Joshua's conquest of Ca-

naan, Jerusalem remained a Jebusite stronghold within the territory of Judah. David

took the city and made it his capital and home (II Sam. 5:6-10). He then made Jeru-

salem the religious center of Israel by bringing to the city the ark of the covenant

which had been at Kirjath Jearim since its capture and return by the Philistines in

Samuel's day (I Sam. 7:1-2; II Sam. 6:1-19).

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