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  • So they set up a tent on the palace roof where everyone could see it, and Absalom went into the tent to sleep with his father's concubines. - 2 Samuel 16:22

  • When the king arrived at his palace in Jerusalem, he instructed that the ten concubines he had left to keep house should be placed in seclusion. Their needs were to be cared for, he said, but he would no longer sleep with them. So each of them lived like a widow until she died. - 2 Samuel 20:3

  • Solomon made an alliance with Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, and married one of his daughters. He brought her to live in the City of David until he could finish building his palace and the Temple of the LORD and the wall around the city. - 1 Kings 3:1

  • Ahishar was manager of palace affairs. Adoniram son of Abda was in charge of the labor force. - 1 Kings 4:6

  • The daily food requirements for Solomon's palace were 150 bushels of choice flour and 300 bushels of meal,*5 - 1 Kings 4:22

  • Solomon also built a palace for himself, and it took him thirteen years to complete the construction. - 1 Kings 7:1

  • One of Solomon's buildings was called the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon. It was 150 feet long, 75 feet wide, and 45 feet high.* The great cedar ceiling beams rested on four rows of cedar pillars.1 - 1 Kings 7:2

  • So Solomon finished building the Temple of the LORD, as well as the royal palace. He completed everything he had planned to do. - 1 Kings 9:1

  • Now at the end of the twenty years during which Solomon built the Temple of the LORD and the royal palace, - 1 Kings 9:10

  • This is the account of the forced labor that Solomon conscripted to build the LORD's Temple, the royal palace, the Millo,* the wall of Jerusalem, and the cities of Hazor, Megiddo, and Gezer.2 - 1 Kings 9:15

  • 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

  • When the queen of Sheba realized how wise Solomon was, and when she saw the palace he had built, - 1 Kings 10:4

  • The king used the almug wood to make railings for the Temple of the LORD and the royal palace, and to construct harps and lyres for the musicians. Never before or since has there been such a supply of beautiful almug wood.) - 1 Kings 10:12

  • He also made three hundred smaller shields of hammered gold, each containing nearly four pounds* of gold. The king placed these shields in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon.4 - 1 Kings 10:17

  • All of King Solomon's drinking cups were solid gold, as were all the utensils in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon. They were not made of silver because silver was considered of little value in Solomon's day! - 1 Kings 10:21

  • She bore him a son, Genubath, who was brought up in Pharaoh's palace among Pharaoh's own sons. - 1 Kings 11:20

  • Then the king said to the man of God, "Come to the palace with me and have something to eat, and I will give you a gift." - 1 Kings 13:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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