Why was David's reign regarded as Israel's golden age?
(Answer on page 12)
Here's answer to week's question
(From page 2)
David's reign was the most brilliant of the area's history. As king, he united the tribes into one nation, secured undisputed possession of the country, rested the whole government upon a religious basis and made the will of God the law. For these reasons his reign was, in later times, regarded as the nation's golden age.
Source: Bible Dictionary, 1979 LDS edition of the King James version of the Bible, page 654.