Sidon

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  • Now please command that cedars from Lebanon be cut for me. Let my men work alongside yours, and I will pay your men whatever wages you ask. As you know, there is no one among us who can cut timber like you Sidonians!" - 1 Kings 5:6


  • Now King Solomon loved many foreign women. Besides Pharaoh's daughter, he married women from Moab, Ammon, Edom, Sidon, and from among the Hittites. - 1 Kings 11:1


  • Solomon worshiped Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Sidonians, and Molech,* the detestable god of the Ammonites.1 - 1 Kings 11:5


  • 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


  • And as though it were not enough to live like Jeroboam, he married Jezebel, the daughter of King Ethbaal of the Sidonians, and he began to worship Baal. - 1 Kings 16:31


  • "Go and live in the village of Zarephath, near the city of Sidon. There is a widow there who will feed you. I have given her my instructions." - 1 Kings 17:9


  • The king also desecrated the pagan shrines east of Jerusalem and south of the Mount of Corruption, where King Solomon of Israel had built shrines for Ashtoreth, the detestable goddess of the Sidonians; and for Chemosh, the detestable god of the Moabites; and for Molech,* the detestable god of the Ammonites.2 - 2 Kings 23:13


  • Canaan's oldest son was Sidon, the ancestor of the Sidonians. Canaan was also the ancestor of the Hittites, - 1 Chronicles 1:13


  • He also provided innumerable cedar logs, for the men of Tyre and Sidon had brought vast amounts of cedar to David. - 1 Chronicles 22:4


  • Then they hired masons and carpenters and bought cedar logs from the people of Tyre and Sidon, paying them with food, wine, and olive oil. The logs were brought down from the Lebanon mountains and floated along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea to Joppa, for King Cyrus had given permission for this. - Ezra 3:7


  • Mourn in silence, you people of the coast and you merchants of Sidon. Your traders crossed the sea, - Isaiah 23:2


  • But now you are put to shame, city of Sidon, fortress on the sea. For the sea says, "Now I am childless; I have no sons or daughters." - Isaiah 23:4


  • He says, "Never again will you rejoice, O daughter of Sidon. Once you were a lovely city, but you will never again be strong. Even if you flee to Cyprus, you will find no rest." - Isaiah 23:12


  • and the kings of Tyre and Sidon, and the kings of the regions across the sea. - Jeremiah 25:22


  • Then send messages to the kings of Edom, Moab, Ammon, Tyre, and Sidon through their ambassadors to King Zedekiah in Jerusalem. - Jeremiah 27:3


  • "The time has come for the Philistines to be destroyed, along with their allies from Tyre and Sidon. Yes, the LORD is destroying the Philistines, those colonists from Crete.*1 - Jeremiah 47:4


  • "Your oarsmen came from Sidon and Arvad; your helmsmen were skilled men from Tyre itself. - Ezekiel 27:8
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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