I read in 2nd Samuel from the time that David was anointed with oil to the beginning of Judges to Davids death and burial. Davids life is described in much detail, great detail. Both good and bad are described and a full accurate picture is formed of David, his time and run-ins with Saul, his Kingship and many battles and wars that brought about. His relationships and friendships, his wives and children. His many travels and explorations. Of course, his sins and wrong choices. His blessing and curses, David and his own Book of Deuteronomy, lol. But in all this great detail of his life only one sentence about being laid to rest with his fathers in the City of David. I find that extremely odd. Thus far, I can only chalk that up to, it doesn't matter the final resting spot; as far as a tomb or the process of the dead. It matters what was done in life. It matters what was done in and with the time allotted, given to us, by the Father.
I just found it really odd that chapter after chapter you read about the life and all the good and bad of David, then all of a sudden 1 sentence and that is a wrap, on to Solomon. But I guess that is sort of what life is really like any way. Out with one, on to the next one. Sad to say, so do something in Life that will last, the Light will last. Do something in the Light, ya, thats it...God Loves You...Thank you for your time