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1 Kings 5 - AMP

2 And Solomon sent to Hiram, saying, 3 You know how David my father could not build a house to the Name of the Lord his God because wars were about him on every side, until the Lord put his foes under his feet. 4 But now the Lord my God has given me rest on every side, so that there is neither adversary nor evil confronting me. 5 And I purpose to build a house to the Name of the Lord my God, as the Lord said to David my father, Your son whom I will set on your throne in your place shall build the house to My Name and Presence. 6 So, Hiram, command them to hew me cedar trees out of Lebanon; my servants shall join yours, and I will give you whatever wages you set for your servants. For you know that no one among us can equal the skill of the Sidon men in cutting timber. 7 When Hiram heard the words of Solomon, he rejoiced greatly and said, Blessed be the Lord this day, Who has given David a wise son to be over this great people. 8 And Hiram sent to Solomon, saying, I have considered the things for which you sent to me; I will do all you wish concerning the cedar and cypress timber. 9 My servants shall bring the logs down from Lebanon to the sea, make them into rafts, and float them by sea to the place that you direct. I will have them released there, and you shall take them away. And you shall fulfill my desire by providing food for my household. 10 So Hiram gave Solomon all the cedar and cypress trees he desired, 11 And Solomon gave Hiram 20,000 measures of wheat for food for his household, and 20 measures of pure, beaten oil. He gave these to Hiram yearly. 12 The Lord gave Solomon wisdom, as He promised him; and there was peace between Hiram and Solomon, and they made a treaty. 13 King Solomon raised a levy out of all Israel; and the levy was 30,000 men. 14 He sent them to Lebanon, 10,000 a month by divisions; one month they were in Lebanon and two months at home. Adoniram was over the levy. 15 And Solomon had 70,000 burden bearers and 80,000 hewers in the hill country of Judah, 16 Besides Solomon's 3,300 overseers in charge of the people doing the work. 17 The king commanded, and they hewed and brought out These great foundation stones remain to this day. One of them is almost thirty-nine feet long, one of the most interesting stones of the world. It is the chief cornerstone of the Mosque of Omar's massive wall, placed in its present position 3,000 years ago. Markings on the stones represent the culture of Phoenicia, the region around Tyre from which Solomon received building materials for the temple.great, costly stones in order to lay the foundation of the house with dressed stone. 18 Solomon's builders and Hiram's builders and the men of Gebal did the hewing and prepared the timber and stones to build the house.



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Kevin Ruffcorn avatar
A New Temple
Shared by: Kevin Ruffcorn on Oct, 2013
Summary: Solomon’s temple – a place of sacrifice and divine presence
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:1-8:13
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 1,598
Jeff Strite avatar
Iron Man - Building On The Foundation
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Jun, 2010
Summary: How can I honor my father if he wasn't that good a man to begin with? Why should I do that?
Series: Iron Man
Timm Meyer avatar
Love the Lord's Love
Shared by: Timm Meyer on Feb, 2008
Summary: Epiphany 3(B) Love the Lord’s love. A servant girl proclaims this truth. A foreign leader hopes this is true. God’s prophet confirms this truth.
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:1-14
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 561
Ed Vasicek avatar
Temple Mania
Shared by: Ed Vasicek on Jan, 2006
Summary: Only persons can be spiritual, not buildings
based on 24 ratings
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:1-8:66
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 3,131
Ed Sasnett avatar
Honor the Lord
Shared by: Ed Sasnett on Nov, 2005
Summary: People should take actions to honor the Lord.
based on 26 ratings
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:1-7:51
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 4,968
Winson Butler avatar
"But he was a leper..."
Shared by: Winson Butler on Jun, 2005
Summary: There’s no place around the campfire for a quitter’s blanket. Naaman learned this lesson well when called upon by God to do the unusual. Let’s examine it together!
based on 11 ratings
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:1
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 859
Jeff Strite avatar
More Than Enough Faith - More than Enough God
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Jan, 2005
Summary: You just can’t get by on borrowed faith. In order to please God we need a personal faith... but how do we attain that? The story of Naaman has some interesting insights.
based on 153 ratings
Views: 34,346
Bishop Daryl Townes avatar
ITS TIME TO TAKE A BATH
Shared by: Bishop Daryl Townes on Aug, 2004
Summary: a message of holiness
based on 18 ratings
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:10-14
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 2,445
Dr. Phillip  Paschal avatar
Crossing Cultural Barriers
Shared by: Dr. Phillip Paschal on Nov, 2002
Summary: Doing What God has called us to do.
based on 24 ratings
Scripture: 1 Kings 5:1-6
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,732