David grew up in a religious Jewish family and attending synagogue was a central part of his life. His job allowed him to travel all over the world and encounter many different faiths and beliefs. Whether he was in the Far East or Eastern Europe, he would always find a synagogue or a local house of worship to attend. Over time, it became apparent to him that he did not have a relationship with the God of Israel that was anything close to the relationship that his forefathers had as described in the Hebrew Scriptures. He began to pray that God would reveal Himself to him like he did to the forefathers. God answered his prayer. As he studied and read the Hebrew Scriptures, a picture of Messiah began to come alive to him. That picture was of the Jewish Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth.