David

David

 
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  • After Solomon moved his wife, Pharaoh's daughter, from the City of David to the new palace he had built for her, he constructed the Millo. - 1 Kings 9:24


  • In Solomon's old age, they turned his heart to worship their gods instead of trusting only in the LORD his God, as his father, David, had done. - 1 Kings 11:4


  • Thus, Solomon did what was evil in the LORD's sight; he refused to follow the LORD completely, as his father, David, had done. - 1 Kings 11:6


  • But for the sake of your father, David, I will not do this while you are still alive. I will take the kingdom away from your son. - 1 Kings 11:12


  • And even so, I will let him be king of one tribe, for the sake of my servant David and for the sake of Jerusalem, my chosen city." - 1 Kings 11:13


  • Years before, David had gone to Edom with Joab, his army commander, to bury some Israelites who had died in battle. While there, the Israelite army had killed nearly every male in Edom. - 1 Kings 11:15


  • When the news reached Hadad in Egypt that David and his commander Joab were both dead, he said to Pharaoh, "Let me return to my own country." - 1 Kings 11:21


  • and had become the leader of a gang of rebels. After David conquered Hadadezer, Rezon and his men fled to Damascus, where he became king. - 1 Kings 11:24


  • This is the story behind his rebellion. Solomon was rebuilding the Millo* and repairing the walls of the city of his father, David.2 - 1 Kings 11:27


  • But I will leave him one tribe for the sake of my servant David and for the sake of Jerusalem, which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel. - 1 Kings 11:32


  • For Solomon has abandoned me and worshiped Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Sidonians; Chemosh, the god of Moab; and Molech, the god of the Ammonites. He has not followed my ways and done what is pleasing in my sight. He has not obeyed my laws and regulations as his father, David, did. - 1 Kings 11:33


  • " `But I will not take the entire kingdom from Solomon at this time. For the sake of my servant David, the one whom I chose and who obeyed my commands and laws, I will let Solomon reign for the rest of his life. - 1 Kings 11:34


  • His son will have one tribe so that the descendants of David my servant will continue to reign* in Jerusalem, the city I have chosen to be the place for my name.1 - 1 Kings 11:36


  • If you listen to what I tell you and follow my ways and do whatever I consider to be right, and if you obey my laws and commands, as my servant David did, then I will always be with you. I will establish an enduring dynasty for you as I did for David, and I will give Israel to you. - 1 Kings 11:38


  • But I will punish the descendants of David because of Solomon's sin--though not forever.' " - 1 Kings 11:39


  • When Solomon died, he was buried in the city of his father, David. Then his son Rehoboam became the next king. - 1 Kings 11:43


  • When all Israel realized that the king had rejected their request, they shouted, "Down with David and his dynasty! We have no share in Jesse's son! Let's go home, Israel! Look out for your own house, O David!" So the people of Israel returned home. - 1 Kings 12:16
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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