says to <ing David concerning his son 'bsalom-# 5"or we must needs die, and are as water spilt on the ground, which cannot be gathered up again; neither doth =od respect any person; but let him devise means, that he that is banished be not an outcast from him.5 $he +ebrew text reads, in part#
4o what these two text are alluding to is both death and resurrection> $he phonetics of both Jeremiah 16.0 and 1 4amuel /./ say 5(i&mot5 the former with the prefixes and suffixes. 4olomon uses the word in %ishley ?roverbs- /@.1@ (imat with a tet- as 5little worth5 and the targum translates it as 5a wound.5 ?roverbs, '. Al9as, +eadmaster, Leeds +ebrew 4chool. *harles =oodal, JB 8ean C 4on, and of the $ranslator. London# $rubner C *o., ?aternoster !ow, /E/, ?age 16, n1@. In %enorah Journal, Fol. &G-; the word <imot is used as wailing elegies, lamenting the holy&ones, by wandering, landless slaves. Intercollegiate %enorah 'ssociation, /G11. ?age 1/. In 'lfonso H of *astile, the learned (ing, /11/&/1# an international symposium, +arvard niversity, /E 7ovember /G, "rancisco %r3ue9 Fillanueva, *arlos 'lberto Fega, ?age 2/, /GG@ & 4nippet viewIts mode, ma(am nawa, was also indicated. +ere, its
text is given in a schematic form# :emay hdrpi ahavtaniK@ atal bevor netashtani. a, a 'na hish u&sameheni, dodi
enitani. x, a 4ha(anta bi9vul evita, b td( 3uehal am 92 3anita,
In Jeremiah 6@.G the ?rophet clearly says of David, +a4hem will raise him up> A9e(iel 6.16 refers to David as +a4hem)s 4hepherd and 4ervant even as does Jeremiah 6@.G.A9e(iel 6.
5'nd I will set up one shepherd over them, and he shall feed them, even %y servant David; he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd.
'nd I the L!D will be their =od, and %y servant David prince among them; I the L!D have spo(en.5 J?4 /G/- +ere, the ?rophets clearly identify David as servant, shepherd and prince in the era of the *ovenant of ?eace> $his 5transformation of David as ?rince5 nullifies the concept of David or one of David)s offspring as <ing. Bhat this means is that +'4+A% is <ing. +a4hem is given rightful place in the hearts and minds of +a4+A%)4 children. "or in this era of the resurrection, there will be no need for 5(ings5 or for Israel to be li(e the nations around them who needed a (ing military ruler- to go out to and come in from battle. 5$hey the non&Jewish nationsM shall learn war no more....5 Isaiah 1.- $ehillim E.E/ 5from tending the sheep to be the shepherd of +is people Jacob, of Israel +is Inheritance.5 *ompare / *hronicles //.1, A9e(iel 6E.1, ./&6, 0.E&.In A9e(iel 2#/, we find, 5%oreover the prince shall not ta(e of the peopleNs inheritance by oppression, to thrust them out of their possession; but he shall give his sons inheritance out of his own possession# that my people be not scattered every man from his possession.5 $his prince shall have sons. $he same prince Jeremiah says will have seed or off&spring as rulers.J?4 translates $ehillim G@./0 <imot (af, yud, mem, vav, tav; the full spelling- as 5afflictions.5 $he preceding verse# 5 satisfy us in the morning with $hy mercy; that we may rejoice and be glad all our days.5 $he 5morning5 and 5all our days5 must include the era of %oshiach, the morning of the !esurrection of all the dead wherein the dead will be 5glad all our days5 because we are 5satisfied with +a4hem)s %ercy>5 4ee for example, ?age 61G, *omparative 4tudies in 8iblical and 'ncient riental