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Solomon

Peaceable. Son of David and Bathsheba. His birth (2 Sam. 5:14; 12:24; 1 Chr. 3:5; 14:4; Matt. 1:6); crowned on the rebellion of Adonijah (1 Kgs. 1:10–53; 1 Chr. 23:1); is charged by his father (1 Kgs. 2:1–9; 1 Chr. 22:6–19; 28:9–21); succeeds (1 Kgs. 2:12; 1 Chr. 29:22–23); makes affinity with Pharaoh (1 Kgs. 3:1); sacrifices in the high places (3:3); the vision at Gibeon (3:5–15; 9:2; 2 Chr. 1:7–12; 7:12); his judgment between two mothers (1 Kgs. 3:16–28); his retainers (4:1–19); his dominion (4:21); his wisdom (4:29; 5:12); his proverbs (4:32); his connection with Hiram (1 Kgs. 5; 2 Chr. 2); builds the temple (1 Kgs. 6; 7:13–51; 2 Chr. 3–4; Acts 7:47); his house and the house of the forest of Lebanon (1 Kgs. 7:1–8); dedicates the temple (1 Kgs. 8; 2 Chr. 5–6; 7:1–11); his second vision at Gibeon (1 Kgs. 9:1–9; 2 Chr. 7:12–22); his yearly offerings (1 Kgs. 9:25; 2 Chr. 8:12); visited by the queen of Sheba (1 Kgs. 10:1–13; 2 Chr. 9:1–12; Matt. 12:42; Luke 11:31); his fondness for foreign wives and foreign gods (1 Kgs. 11:1–8); God will rend the kingdom from him (11:9–13); his adversaries (11:14–28); Ahijah’s prophecy (11:30–39); the book of the Acts of Solomon (11:41); dies (11:43; 2 Chr. 9:31); the Proverbs of Solomon (Prov. 1:1; Song 1:1). New Testament references: Matt. 6:29; 12:42; Luke 11:31; 12:27.