The Book of Second Samuel chapters 1 – 24 records much of King David’s words and actions.
David was anointed king of Judah in II Samuel 2:4 and king of Israel in II Samuel 5:3. King David experienced many wars with consequences and times of peace, and he constantly praised and prayed to the Lord God with psalms and hymns and songs.
This book includes verses translated from the Greek old covenant writing, sometimes referred to as the Septuagint. Additionally, some comparisons to the Hebrew text are provided.