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  • today I decree that your son Solomon will be the next king and will sit on my throne, just as I swore to you before the LORD, the God of Israel." - 1 Kings 1:30


  • There Zadok the priest and Nathan the prophet are to anoint him king over Israel. Then blow the trumpets and shout, `Long live King Solomon!' - 1 Kings 1:34


  • When you bring him back here, he will sit on my throne. He will succeed me as king, for I have appointed him to be ruler over Israel and Judah." - 1 Kings 1:35


  • and he spoke these words: `Blessed be the LORD, the God of Israel, who today has chosen someone to sit on my throne while I am still alive to see it.' " - 1 Kings 1:48


  • If you do this, then the LORD will keep the promise he made to me: `If your descendants live as they should and follow me faithfully with all their heart and soul, one of them will always sit on the throne of Israel.' - 1 Kings 2:4


  • He had reigned over Israel for forty years, seven of them in Hebron and thirty-three in Jerusalem. - 1 Kings 2:11


  • Then the LORD will repay him for the murders of two men who were more righteous and better than he. For my father was no party to the deaths of Abner son of Ner, commander of the army of Israel, and Amasa son of Jether, commander of the army of Judah. - 1 Kings 2:32


  • At that time the people of Israel sacrificed their offerings at local altars, for a temple honoring the name of the LORD had not yet been built. - 1 Kings 3:2


  • Word of the king's decision spread quickly throughout all Israel, and the people were awed as they realized the great wisdom God had given him to render decisions with justice. - 1 Kings 3:28


  • So Solomon was king over all Israel, - 1 Kings 4:1


  • Solomon also had twelve district governors who were over all Israel. They were responsible for providing food from the people for the king's household. Each of them arranged provisions for one month of the year. - 1 Kings 4:7


  • The people of Judah and Israel were as numerous as the sand on the seashore. They were very contented, with plenty to eat and drink. - 1 Kings 4:20


  • Throughout the lifetime of Solomon, all of Judah and Israel lived in peace and safety. And from Dan to Beersheba, each family had its own home and garden. - 1 Kings 4:25


  • King Hiram of Tyre had always been a loyal friend of David, so when he learned that David's son Solomon was the new king of Israel, Hiram sent ambassadors to congratulate him. - 1 Kings 5:1


  • When Hiram received Solomon's message, he was very pleased and said, "Praise the LORD for giving David a wise son to be king of the great nation of Israel." - 1 Kings 5:7


  • Then King Solomon enlisted 30,000 laborers from all Israel. - 1 Kings 5:13


  • It was in midspring,* during the fourth year of Solomon's reign, that he began the construction of the Temple of the LORD. This was 480 years after the people of Israel were delivered from their slavery in the land of Egypt.1 - 1 Kings 6:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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