43. vi. That the Lord is called "David," is evident from these passages:
In that day they shall serve Jehovah their God, and David their king, whom I will raise up to them (Jer. 30:8, 9).
Afterwards the sons of Israel shall return, and shall seek Jehovah their God, and David their king, and shall come with fear to Jehovah, and to His goodness in the end of days (Hos. 3:5).
I will raise up one shepherd over them, who shall feed them My servant David, he shall feed them, and he shall be their shepherd: and I Jehovah will be their God, and My servant David a prince in the midst of them (Ezek. 34:23, 24).
That they may be My people, and that I may be their God and David My servant shall be king over them, that they may all have one shepherd; then shall they dwell upon the land, they and their sons and their sons' sons, even to eternity and David shall be their prince to eternity and I will make a covenant of peace, and it shall be a covenant of eternity with them (Ezek. 37:23-26).
I will make a covenant of eternity with you, the sure mercies of David: behold, I have given him for a witness to the people, a prince and a lawgiver to the nations (Isa. 55:3, 4).
In that day I will raise up the tent of David that is fallen, and close up the breaches thereof; I will restore his ruins, and will build it as in the days of eternity (Amos 9:11).
The house of David shall be as God, as the angel of Jehovah before them (Zech. 12:8).
In that day there shall be a fountain open to the house of David (Zech. 13:1).