Then David said to the whole assembly, "Give praise to the LORD your God!" And the entire assembly praised the LORD, the God of their ancestors, and they bowed low and knelt before the LORD and the king.
The next day they brought a thousand bulls, a thousand rams, and a thousand male lambs as burnt offerings to the LORD. They also brought drink offerings and many other sacrifices on behalf of Israel.
They feasted and drank in the LORD's presence with great joy that day.And again they crowned David's son Solomon as their new king. They anointed him before the LORD as their leader, and they anointed Zadok as their priest.
So Solomon took the throne of the LORD in place of his father, David, and he prospered greatly, and all Israel obeyed him.
All the royal officials, the army commanders, and the sons of King David pledged their loyalty to King Solomon.
And the LORD exalted Solomon so the entire nation of Israel stood in awe of him, and he gave Solomon even greater wealth and honor than his father.
So David son of Jesse reigned over all Israel.
He ruled Israel for forty years in all, seven years from Hebron and thirty-three years from Jerusalem.
He died at a ripe old age, having enjoyed long life, wealth, and honor. Then his son Solomon ruled in his place.
All the events of King David's reign, from beginning to end, are written in The Record of Samuel the Seer, The Record of Nathan the Prophet, and The Record of Gad the Seer.
These accounts include the mighty deeds of his reign and everything that happened to him and to Israel and to all the surrounding kingdoms.