By Ronald H. Ingraham
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This catastrophe had intensified the Israelites' demand for a king who could ward off their enemies. For some reason (that I could not find out) the Ark was returned by the Philistines to the Israelites. David ordered it and the Ark was placed upon a new wagon and brought amid great pomp and ceremony to its new home. Thus, the religious center of the Israelites was shifted from the confederate sanctuary at Shiloh, to the royal shrine in Jerusalem. In religion, as well as in government, David succeeded in establishing the central authority of the king.
In their stead, he selected judges who recognized that their authority came from the crown, He also appointed many other officials. Archaeologists tell us that the organization of David's court resembled in many ways that of Egypt. He realized, however, that if his authority were to be deeply rooted, it had to rest upon the religious foundations of the Covenant. He therefore had to bring the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem. For many years 25 the Ark had remained in Shiloh, where it had been cared for by the priests.
Writers told three different stories about Abraham in which the promise of Yahweh was on the verge of being lost. The first story concerned Abraham's wife, Sarah. During a famine, Abraham took his family to Egypt where food was available. In order to gain Pharaoh's favor, Abraham used Sarah, who was a beautiful woman, as a lure. When Pharaoh wanted to marry her, Abraham did not protest. He even lied, claiming that she was his sister. If the marriage had taken place, the promise of Israel's future through the seed of Abraham would have been impossible.