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1 1 Israel as a Monarchy A Survey of the Bible 1-2 Samuel, 1-2 Kings, 1-2 Chronicles

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3 3 Israel as a Monarchy Samuel brings about Transition Hannah mourns Barrenness (1 Sam 1:1-8) – ca BC – in Shiloh A Prayer and a Vow (1 Sam 1:9-18) Samuel Born (1 Sam 1:19,20) Samuel Dedicated (1 Sam 1:21-28) Samuel Born (1 Sam 1:19,20) Hannah Praises God (1 Sam 2:1-11) Eli’s Wicked Sons (1 Sam 2:12-17) Samuel’s Family Blessed (1 Sam 2:18-21) Eli Rebukes Sons (1 Sam 2:22-26) Judgment of Eli’s House (1 Sam 2:27-36) God Calls Samuel (1 Sam 3:1-18) Samuel known as a Prophet(1 Sam 3:19-21)

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7 7 Samuel brings about Transition (continued) Defeat by Philistines (1 Sam 4:1,2) – at Ebenezer Ark brought from Shiloh (1 Sam 4:3-5) Philistines capture Ark (1 Sam 4:6-11) Death of Eli (1 Sam 4:12-18) Ichabod Born (1 Sam 4:19-22) Ark brings Trouble (1 Sam 5:1-12) – in Philistine Territory Ark Returned (1 Sam 6:1-12) Ark causes Fear (1 Sam 6:13-7:1) – at Beth Shemesh Call for Rededication (1 Sam 7:2-6) – at Kiriath Jearim Israel defeats Philistines (1 Sam 7:7-14) – at Mizpah Samuel leads as Judge (1 Sam 7:15-17) – at Ramah

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9 9 Israel as a Monarchy Saul Appointed King Israel asks for King (1 Sam 8:1-5) God gives Permission (1 Sam 8:6-9) Samuel warns Israel (1 Sam 8:10-18) Israel disregards Warning (1 Sam 8:19-22) Saul seeks Father’s Donkeys (1 Sam 9:1-5) Attempt to find Seer (1 Sam 9:6-14) God talks to Samuel (1 Sam 9:15-17) Samuel entertains Saul (1 Sam 9:18-27)

10 10 Israel as a Monarchy Saul Appointed King (continued) Signs for Saul’s Assurance (1 Sam 10:1-8) Saul Prophesies (1 Sam 10:9-13) – at Gibeah Kingship plans disclosed (1 Sam 10:14-16) Saul chosen as King (1 Sam 10:17-25) – 1043 BC – at Mizpah Mixed Acceptance (1 Sam 10:26,27) – at Gibeah Saul shows Leadership (1 Sam 11:1-11) Saul’s kingship Confirmed (1 Sam 11:12-15) – at Gilgal Samuel’s Farewell Address (1 Sam 12:1-25)

11 11 Israel as a Monarchy The Reign of Saul Saul’s Family (1 Sam 13:1, 14:49-51) House of Saul (1 Chron 9:35-44) Samuel rebukes Saul (1 Sam 13:2-15) – at Gilgal Philistines’ Weapon Strategy (1 Sam 13:16-22) – at Gibeah Jonathan attacks Philistines (1 Sam 14:1-13) Philistines are Routed (1 Sam 14:14-23) Jonathan violates Saul’s Order (1 Sam 14:24-30, 31-39, 40-45) Saul a Successful Leader (1 Sam 14:46-48, 52) Eastern Tribes fight Hagrites (1 Chron 5:10, 18-22) Mission against Amelelites (1 Sam 15:1-9) – Amalek Saul rejected as King (1 Sam 15:10-21, 22,23, 24-29) – at Gilgal Agag Killed (1 Sam 15:30-33) Samuel grieves over Saul (1 Sam 15:34,35)

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13 13 Israel as a Monarchy David’s Rise to Power David Named as Successor (1 Sam 16:1-13) – at Bethlehem David is Saul’s Servant (1 Sam 16:14-23) David kills Goliath (1 Sam 17:1-58) – at Socoh Jonathan befriends David (1 Sam 18:1-4) David’s influence increases (1 Sam 18:5) Saul becomes Jealous (1 Sam 18:6-11) David a Good Commander (1 Sam 18:12-16) Marriage to Saul’s Daughter (1 Sam 18:17-27) Saul hardens Attitude (1 Sam 18:28-30) Jonathan Intercedes (1 Sam 19:1-7) Saul Renews Jealousy (1 Sam 19:8-10) Wife Aids in Escape (1 Sam 19:11-18) – at Naioth David Prays for God’s Strength (Psalm 59) Prophesying Thwarts Harm (1 Sam 19:19-24) – at Naioth

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15 15 Israel as a Monarchy David’s Rise to Power (continued) Jonathan and David Covenant (1 Sam 20:1-17) A Plan for Warning (1 Sam 20:18-23) Saul discloses Intentions (1 Sam 20:24-34) David and Jonathan Part (1 Sam 20:35-42) Consecrated Bread Eaten (1 Sam 21:1-6) Goliath’s Sword Taken (1 Sam 21:7-9) Philistines Threaten (1 Sam 21:10-12) – at Gath David Prays for Confidence (Psalm 56) David feigns Insanity (1 Sam 21:13-15) David Gives Thanks for God’s Encouragement (Psalm 34) Supporters Assemble (1 Sam 22:1,2) David Prays for Refuge from his Enemies (Psalm 142) Warriors join David (1 Chron 12:8-18) – in the Wilderness Parents left in Moab (1 Sam 22:3-5) – at Mizpah

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17 17 Israel as a Monarchy David’s Rise to Power (continued) Doeg kills Priests of Nob (1 Sam 22:6-19) – at Nob David learns of Slaughter (1 Sam 22:20-23) David Upbraids the Evildoer (Psalm 52) David saves Keilah (1 Sam 23:1-6) David seeks God’s Guidance (1 Sam 23:7-12) In Desert of Judah (1 Sam 23:13,14) – in Desert of Ziph David expresses Gratitude for God’s Protection (Psalm 63) Jonathan Covenants Again (1 Sam 23:15-18) Ziphites Plot with Saul (1 Sam 23:19-25) Reaction to those who Inform against David (Psalm 54) David barely Escapes (1 Sam 23:26-29) David spares Saul’s Life (1 Sam 24:1-15) – in the Desert of En Gedi Saul asks Covenant (1 Sam 24:16-22) David Praises God for giving Safety (Psalm 57)

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19 19 Israel as a Monarchy David’s Rise to Power (continued) Death of Samuel (1 Sam 25:1a) – at Ramah Abigail Pleads for Mercy (1 Sam 25:1b-39a) – at Carmel New and Former Wives (1 Sam 25:39b-44) David takes Saul’s Spear (1 Sam 26:1-20) – in Desert of Ziph Saul apologizes again (1 Sam 26:21-25) David among Philistines (1 Sam 27:1-7) – at Ziklag Warriors come to David (1 Chron 12:1-7) Various Raids (1 Sam 27:8-28:2) Achish refuses Help (1 Sam 29:1-11) Defectors aid David (1 Chron 12:19-22) Amelekites take Women (1 Sam 30:1-8) Women Recaptured (1 Sam 30:9-20) Rule of Plunder Established (1 Sam 30:21-25) Plunder shared with Judah (1 Sam 30:26-31)

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22 22 Israel as a Monarchy David’s Rise to Power (continued) Witch calls up Samuel (1 Sam 28:4-7,3, 8-14) – at Endor Samuel’s Spirit Prophesies (1 Sam 28:15-25) Deaths of Saul and Jonathan (1 Sam 31:1-10, 1 Chron 10:1-12) – 1100 BC Bodies Buried (1 Sam 31:11-13) Reason for Saul’s Death (1 Chron 10:13,14) News Injures Jonathan’s Son (2 Sam 4:4) David learns of Deaths (2 Sam 1:1-11) Messenger is Killed (2 Sam 1:12-16) David’s Lament (2 Sam 1:17-27)

23 23 Israel as a Monarchy David Becomes King David King over Judah (2 Sam 2:1-4a) – ca 1011 BC Kindness to Men of Jabesh (2 Sam 2:4b-7) Ish-Bosheth King of Israel (2 Sam 2:8-10) – ca 1011 BC, at Mahanaim Civil War Erupts (2 Sam 2:12-3:1) – at Gibeon David’s Sons in Hebron (2 Sam 3:2-5, 1 Chron 3:1-4a) – at Hebron Ish-Bosheth angers Abner (2 Sam 3:6-11) – ca 1004 BC Abner offers Alliance (2 Sam 3:12,13) David gets Michal back (2 Sam 3:14-16) Abner arranges for Union (2 Sam 3:17-19) Abner and David Meet (2 Sam 3:20,21) Joab takes Revenge on Abner (2 Sam 3:22-27) David Angry and Sad (2 Sam 3:28-39) Ish-Bosheth Murdered (2 Sam 4:1-3, 5, 6) Murderers Executed (2 Sam 4:7-12)

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27 27 Israel as a Monarchy David Becomes King (continued) David King over Israel (2 Sam 5:1-3, 1 Chron 11:1-3) – ca 1004 at Hebron Record of David’s Reign (2 Sam 2:1;1, 5:4,5, 1Kgs 2:11; 1 Chron 3:4b, 29:26,27 Warriors who make David King (1 Chron 12:23-40) David captures Jerusalem (2 Sam 5:6-8; 1 Chron 11:4,5) – Jerusalem The City of David (2 Sam 5:9,10; 1 Chron 11:6-9) Hiram builds David’s House (2 Sam 5:11,12; 1 Chron 14:1,2) David goes for Ark (2 Sam 6:1-5; 1 Chron 13:1-8) Uzzah killed (2 Sam 6:6-11; 1 Chron 13:9-14) Defense against Philistines (2 Sam 5:17-25; 1 Chron 14:8-17) – Baal Perazim A Song of Deliverance (2 Sam 22:1-51; Psalm 18) David reminded of Ark (2 Sam 6:12a) Arrangements for Return (1 Chron 15:1-10) – in Jerusalem

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30 30 Israel as a Monarchy David Becomes King (continued) Triumphant return of Ark (2 Sam 6:12b-15; 1 Chron 15:25-28) Michal despises David (2 Sam 6:16; 1 Chron 15:29) Celebration in Jerusalem (2 Sam 6:17-19; 1 Chron 16:1-3) Levites appointed Ministers (1 Chron 16:4-6) Songs of Praise (1 Chron 16:7-36; Psalm 105, Psalm 96) Regular Worship Established (1 Chron 16:37-43) Michal rebukes David (2 Sam 6:20-23) David’s Officials (2 Sam 8:15-18; 1 Chron 18:14-17) Jonathan’s Son honored (2 Sam 9:1-13) Plan to build a Temple (2 Sam 7:1-3; 1 Chron 17:1,2) God’s response by Nathan (2 Sam 7:4-17; 1 Chron 17:3-15) David’s Thanksgiving (2 Sam 7:18-29; 1 Chron 17:16-27)

31 31 Israel as a Monarchy Period of the Wars First Philistine Battle (2 Sam 21:15-17a) David leaves Active Service (2 Sam 21:17b) Other Philistine Battles (2 Sam 21:18-22; 1 Chron 20:4-8) Summary of Defeats (2 Sam8:1; 1 Chron 18:1) Ammonites degrade Ambassadors (2 Sam 10:1-5; 1 Chron 19:1-5) Ammonites and Arameans Routed (2 Sam 10:6-14; 1 Chron 19:6-15) Arameans totally Defeated (2 Sam 10:15-19; 1 Chron 19:16-19) David Prays for Restoration (Psalm 60) Siege of Rabbah (2 Sam 11:1; 1 Chron 20:1a) Adultery with Bathsheba (2 Sam 11:2-5) – in Jerusalem Attempt to Cover Up (2 Sam 11:6-13) Uriah is killed (2 Sam 11:14-21) David told of Death (2 Sam 11:22-25) David marries Bathsheba (2 Sam 11:26,27)

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33 33 Israel as a Monarchy Period of the Wars (continued) Nathan rebukes David (2 Sam 12:1-12) David acknowledges Sin (2 Sam 12:13a) David Prays for Forgiveness (Psalm 51) David Mourns and Prays (2 Sam 12:13b-17) Fast ends upon Death (2 Sam 12:18-23) Capture of Rabbah (2 Sam 12:26-31; 1 Chron 20:1b-3) Moab falls to David (2 Sam 8:2; 1 Chron 18:2) David defeats Hadadezer (2 Sam 8:3,4,7,8; 1 Chron 18:3,4,7,8) Damascus Subjugated (2 Sam 8:5,6; 1 Chron 18:5,6) Edom Defeated (2 Sam 8:13,14; 1 Chron 18:12,13) Hamath submits Allegiance (2 Sam 8:9,10; 1 Chron 18:9,10) Plunder dedicated to God (2 Sam 8:11,13; 1 Chron 18:11)

34 34 Israel as a Monarchy Period of the Wars (continued) Chiefs of the Mighty Men (1 Chron 11:10) Jashobeam (2 Sam 23:8; 1 Chron 11:11) Eleazer (2 Sam 23:9,10; 1 Chron 11:12-14) Shammah (2 Sam 23:11,12) Chiefs’ Bravery (2 Sam 23:13-17; 1 Chron 11:15-19) Abishai (2 Sam 23:18,19; 1 Chron 11:20,21) Benaiah (2 Sam 23:20-23; 1 Chron 11:22-25) Other Mighty Men (2 Sam 23:24-39; 1 Chron 11:26-47)

35 35 Israel as a Monarchy Absalom’s Rebellion Solomon Born (2 Sam 12:24,25) – in Jerusalem David’s Family Increases (2 Sam 5:13-16; 1 Chron 3:4c-9, 14:3-7) Amnon rapes Tamar (2 Sam 13:1-14, 15-22) Absalom kills Amnon (2 Sam 13:23-29) – at Baal Hazor Absalom flees amid Rumors (2 Sam 13:30-39) Joab Schemes (2 Sam 14:1-24) Two years Pass (2 Sam 14:25-28) – Jerusalem David and Absalom Reconcile (2 Sam 14:29-33) Absalom Politics (2 Sam 15:1-6) Formation of Conspiracy (2 Sam 15:7-12) – to Hebron David goes into Exile (2 Sam 15:13-18) Ittai joins David (2 Sam 15:19-22) Ark returned to Jerusalem (2 Sam 15:23-29) – Kidron Valley Scheme to give Bad Advice (2 Sam 15:30-37) – Mount of Olives

36 36 Israel as a Monarchy Absalom’s Rebellion (continued) Ziba feigns Gift (2 Sam 16:1-4) Shimei curses David (2 Sam 16:5-14) – Bahurim David prays in Desperation (Psalm 3) Hushai feigns Loyalty (2 Sam 16:15-18) – in Jerusalem Absalom defiles Concubines (2 Sam 16:19-22) Ahithophel’s Advice (2 Sam 16:23-17:4) Hushai’s Advice (2 Sam 17:5-14) Message sent to David (2 Sam 17:15-22) Ahithophel commits Suicide (2 Sam 17:23) Preparations for Battle (2 Sam 17:24-29) – Mahanaim David sends out Troops (2 Sam 18:1-5) David’s warriors Prevail (2 Sam 18:6-8) – Forest of Ephraim Absalom is Killed (2 Sam 18:9-18) David told of Death (2 Sam 18:19-33)

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38 38 Israel as a Monarchy Absalom’s Rebellion (continued) David mourns for Absalom (2 Sam 19:1-4) Joab advises Discretion (2 Sam 19:5-8) Kingdom in Confusion (2 Sam 19:9,10) David prepares his Return (2 Sam 19:11-14) Shimei granted Mercy (2 Sam 19:15-23) – at the Jordan Mephibosheth meets David (2 Sam 19:24-30) David favors Barzillai (2 Sam 19:31-40) Sheba rebels against David (2 Sam 19:41-20:2) Return to Jerusalem (2 Sam 20:3) – in Jerusalem Abishai kills Amasa (2 Sam 20:4-13 – Gibeon Sheba exchanged for City (2 Sam 20:14-22) – Abel Beth Maacah Government Officials (2 Sam 20:23-26)

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40 40 Israel as a Monarchy Two Major Calamities Reason for Famine (2 Sam 21:1) Wrong to Gibeonites Avenged (2 Sam 21:2-9) Bones Buried (2 Sam 21:10-14) David counts Soldiers (2 Sam 24:1-9; 1 Chron 21:1-6) David sees the Wrong (2 Sam 24:10-14; 1 Chron 21:7-13) Plague of Death (2 Sam 24:15-17; 1 Chron 21:14-17) David builds an Altar (2 Sam 24:18-25; 1 Chron 21:18-30)

41 41 Israel as a Monarchy Preparations for Building the Temple Temple Site Designated (1 Chron 22:1) Materials Ordered (1 Chron 22:2-5) Solomon given a Task (1 Chron22:6-16) Leaders to Assist (1 Chron 22:17-19) David writes a Song of Dedication for the Temple (Psalm 30)

42 42 Israel as a Monarchy The National Convention Levites Assembled (1 Chron 23:1a, 2-6) Gershonites (1 Chron 23:7-11) Kohathites (1 Chron 23:12-20, 24:20-25) Merarites (1 Chron 23:21-23, 24:26-30a) Levites duties changed (1 Chron 23:24-27, 24:30b) How Levites served (1 Chron 23:28-32, 24:31) Priests divided by Lots (1 Chron 24:1-5) Twenty-four Divisions (1 Chron 24:6-19) Appointment of Singers (1 Chron 25:1-5) Twenty-four Classes (1 Chron 25:6-31) Gatekeepers Appointed (1 Chron 26:1-11) Responsibilities Divided (1 Chron 26:12-19) Appointment of Treasurers (1 Chron 26:20-28) Other Officials and Judges (1 Chron 26:29-32)

43 43 Israel as a Monarchy The National Convention (continued) Twelve Military Commanders (1 Chron 27:1-15) Officers of Each Tribe (1 Chron 27:16-22) Caution in Numbering (1 Chron 27:23,24) Overseers of Possessions (1 Chron 27:25-31) Closest Advisors (1 Chron 27:32-34) Assembly Convened (1 Chron 28:1) Solomon’s Succession Told (1 Chron 23:1b) David’s Keynote Address (1 Chron 28:2-8) Admonition to Solomon (1 Chron 28:9,10) Temple Plans Delivered (1 Chron 28:11-19) Encouragement for Solomon (1 Chron 28:20,21) Contributions Solicited (1 Chron 29:1-5) A Generous Response (1 Chron 29:6-9) Prayer and Praise (1 Chron 29:10-20) Close of Assembly (1 Chron 29:21,22)

44 44 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon becomes King David’s Health Fails (1 Kings 1:1-4) – in Jerusalem Adonijah attempts Coup (1 Kings 1:5-10) Nathan advises Bathsheba (1 Kings 1:11-14) Bathsheba counsels David (1 Kings 1:15-27) Promise to Bathsheba (1 Kings 1:28-31) Zadok given Instructions (1 Kings 1:32-37) Solomon is made King (1 Kings 1:38-40) Adonijah hears of Coronation (1 Kings 1:41-48) Adonijah submits to Solomon (1 Kings 1:49-53) David’s Last Prophecy (2 Sam 23:1-7) Last Words to Solomon (1 Kings 2:1-9) David Dies (1 Kings 2:10; 1 Chron 29:28) – ca 971 BC Records of David’s Reign (1 Chron 29:29,30) Solomon’s Kingship (1 Kings 2:12; 1 Chron 29:23-25, 2 Chron 1:1)

45 45 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon Secures his Kingship Adonijah asks for Wife (1 Kings 2:13-18) – ca 971 BC – in Jerusalem Adonijah Executed (1 Kings 2:19-25) Abiathar removed as Priest (1 Kings 2:26,27) Joab Executed (1 Kings 2:28-34) Benaiah and Zadok Elevated (1 Kings 2:35) Shimei confined to City (1 Kings 2:36-38) Shimei Executed (1 Kings 2:39-46) Royal Marriage (1 Kings 3:1) Wife’s Wedding Gift (1 Kings 9:16)

46 46 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon Blessed with Wisdom Worship prior to Temple (1 Kings 3:2,3) Sacrifices at Gibeon (1 Kings 3:4; 2 Chron 1:2-6) – at Gibeon Solomon Asks for Wisdom (1 Kings 3:5-14; 2 Chron 1:7-12) Celebration upon Return (1 Kings 3:15; 2 Chron 1:13) Dispute over Infant (1 Kings 3:16-28)

47 47 Israel as a Monarchy Building of the Temple Contract with King Hiram (1 Kings 5:1-9; 2 Chron 2:1,3-16) Mutually Profitable Treaty (1 Kings 5:10-12) Laborors Conscripted (1 Kings 5:13-18; 2 Chron 2:2,17,18) Construction Begins (1 Kings 6:1; 2 Chron 3:1,2) – ca 967 BC – on Mount Moriah God’s Promise to Solomon (1 Kings 6:11-13) Dimensions of Temple (1 Kings 6:2; 2 Chron 3:3) Materials Used (1 Kings 6:9b, 18; 2 Chron 3:5-7a) Prefabricated Stones (1 Kings 6:7) The Porch (1 Kings 6:3; 2 Chron 3:4) The Windows ( 1 Kings 6:4) Multiple Stories (1 Kings 6:5,6,8,10; 2 Chron 3:9b) Most Holy Place (1 Kings 6:16,17,19-22; 2 Chron 3:8,9a) The Cherubim (1 Kings 6:23-28; 2 Chron 3:10-13) The Veil (2 Chron 3:14)

48 48 Israel as a Monarchy Building of the Temple (continued) The Walls and Floors (1 Kings 6:15,29,30; 2 Chron 3:7b) The Doors (1 Kings 6:31-35) Completion of Construction (1 Kings 6:9a,14,37,38) – ca 960 BC Hiram the Artisan (1 Kings 7:13,14) The Two Pillars (1 Kings 7:15-22; 2 Chron 3:15-17) Altar of Brass (2 Chron 4:1) The Sea (1 Kings 7:23-26,39b; 2 Chron 4:2-5,10,6c) The Stands (1 Kings 7:27-37) The Bronze Basins ( 1 Kings 7:38,39a; 2 Chron 4:6a,b) The Courtyards (1 Kings 6:36; 2 Chron 4:9) Hiram’s Brassworks (1 Kings 7:40-47; 2 Chron 4:11-18) The Golden Vessels (1 Kings 7:48-50; 2 Chron 4:7,8,19-22) Completion of Furnishings (1 Kings 7:51; 2 Chron 5:1) Continual Worship (1 Kings 9:25; 2 Chron 8:12-16

49 49 Israel as a Monarchy Dedication of the Temple Tabernacle Moved (1 Kings 8:1-11; 2 Chron 5:2-14) – ca 960 BC Dedicatory Address (1 Kings 8:12-21; 2 Chron 6:1-11) Dedicatory Prayer (1 Kings 8:22-30; 2 Chron 6:12-21) Oaths upon Altar (1 Kings 8:31,32; 2 Chron 6:22,23) In Defeat (1 Kings 8:33,34; 2 Chron 6:24,25) In Droughts (1 Kings 8:35,36; 2 Chron 6:26,27) In Famine or Plague (1 Kings 8:37-40; 2 Chron 6:28-31) For Strangers (1 Kings 8:41-43; 2 Chron 6:32,33) In Battle (1 Kings 8:44,45; 2 Chron 6:34,35) In Captivity (1 Kings 8:46-53; 2 Chron 6:36-39) Close of Prayer (2 Chron 6:40-42) Solomon’s Benediction (1 Kings 8:54-61) Glory fills the Temple (2 Chron 7:1-3) Sacrifice and Festival (1 Kings 8:62-66; 2 Chron 7:4-10)

50 50 Israel as a Monarchy Construction of Cities and Royal Palace Thirteen Years in Building (1 Kings 7:1) Description of Palace (1 Kings 7:2-12) God covenants with Solomon (1 Kings 9:1-9; 2 Chron 7:11-22) Hiram displeased (1 Kings 9:10-14) – in Galilee Hiram returns Cities (2 Chron 8:1,2) Capture of Hamath (2 Chron 8:3) Building of Cities ( 1 Kings 9:17-19; 2 Chron 8:4-6) Use of Forced Labor( 1 Kings 9:20-23,15; 2 Chron 8:7-10) New House for Wife ( 1 Kings 9:24; 2 Chron 8:11) – in Jerusalem Navy formed with Hiram (1 Kings 9:26-28; 10:22; 2 Chron 8:17,18; 9:21

51 51 Israel as a Monarchy The Extent of Solomon’s Glory Solomon’s Wisdom (1 Kings 4:29-34) Solomon’s Wealth (1 Kings 10:14-21,27,23-25; 2 Chron 1:15; 9:13-20,27, 22-24) Horses and Chariots (1 Kings 4:26; 10:26,28,29; 2 Chron 1:14,16,17; 9:25- 28) Extent of Kingdom (1 Kings 4:21,24; 2 Chron 9:26) Security of Kingdom (1 Kings 4:20,25) Solomon’s Princes (1 Kings 4:1-6) Solomon’s Commissaries (1 Kings 4:17-19) Provisions for Solomon (1 Kings 4:22,23,27,28) Visit by Queen of Sheba (1 Kings 10:1-13; 2 Chron 9:1-12) – in Jerusalem Solomon Celebrates his Blessings (Psalm 72:1-19)

52 52 Israel as a Monarchy The Proverbs of Solomon

53 53 Israel as a Monarchy The Songs of Solomon

54 54 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon’s Glory Fades Marriage to Foreign Wives (1 Kings 11:1-3) Solomon turns to Idolatry (1 Kings 11:4-8) God’s angry Response (1 Kings 11:9-13) Hadad to be Adversary (1 Kings 11:14-22) Rezon to be Adversary (1 Kings 11:23-25) Jeroboam Rebels (1 Kings 11:26-40) End of Solomon’s Reign Other Records of Solomon (1 Kings 11:41; 2 Chron 9:29) Solomon’s Death (1 Kings 11:42,43; 2 Chron 9:30,31a) – ca 931 BC Solomon’s Successor (2 Chron 9:31b)

55 55 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon’s Reflections on Life The Search for Meaning (Eccl 1:1) The Ultimate Question (Eccl 1:2,3) Cyclical Nature of Life (Eccl 1:4-11) Man’s Search for Meaning (Eccl 6:10-12) Importance of Finding Meaning Mortality of Animals and Man (Eccl 3:18-22) Mortality of Foolish and Wise (Eccl 2:12-16) Mortality of Righteous an Wicked (Eccl 9:1-3) Importance of the Present (Eccl 9:4-10) The Unexpectancy of Death (Eccl 9:11,12) Life’s Meaning Inscrutable (Eccl 8:16,17)

56 56 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon’s Reflections on Life (continued) Meaninglessness of Human Pursuits Emptiness of Human Wisdom (Eccl 1:12-18) Emptiness of Pleasure Eccl 2:1-3) Emptiness of Achievement (Eccl 2:4-11) Emptiness of Labor (Eccl 2:17-26) Emptiness of Human Condition (Eccl 4:1-3) Emptiness of Accumulation(Eccl 4:4-6) Emptiness of Unshared Lives (Eccl 4:7-12) Emptiness of Politics (Eccl 4:13-16) Emptiness of False Worship (Eccl 5:1-7) Emptiness of Wealth (Eccl 5:8-20) Emptiness of Materialism (Eccl 6:1-9) Emptiness of Prosperity (Eccl 7:13,14) Emptiness of Defiance (Eccl 8:2-6) Emptiness of Wickedness (Eccl 8:7-13) Emptiness of Injustice (Eccl 8:14,15) Emptiness of Strength (Eccl 9:13-18)

57 57 Israel as a Monarchy Solomon’s Reflections on Life (continued) The Value of Wisdom Proverbs of the Teacher (Eccl 12:9,10) Various Proverbs (Eccl 7:7-12; 7:19-26; 10:1-11:6) Sayings of the Wise (Eccl 12:11,12) Wisdom comes from Sorrow (Eccl 7:1-6) Danger of Extremism (Eccl 7:15-18) Few choose Wisdom (Eccl 7:27-29) Enriching nature of Wisdom (Eccl 8:1) Life’s True Meaning Purpose and Balance in Life (Eccl 3:1-17) Advice to Young People (Eccl 11:7-12:8) Where Life Finds it’s Meaning (Eccl 12:13,14)


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