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Reader comment on item: How Church Attendance Affects American Attitudes toward Israel
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Submitted by m. lange (Canada), Oct 2, 2014 at 22:43

"After all, how could the servant become king? The answer is deeply rooted in Jewish culture. The Messiah is the heir to the Davidic throne,"... Indeed, King David himself enters the scriptures in a servant role; a shepherd. (as did Jacob before him)

Thank you M. Tovey for your insightful comment...xo

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