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NEW OXFORD ANNOTATED BIBLE Third Edition Study Guide – 1 Kings 1:1 – 6:1 Death of David: 1:1-2:12 Is Adonijah the son of David? Who’s Haggith? (2 Sam 3:2-5) Whom does David choose to succeed him? Look at 1:31. Do you think Bathsheba is speaking sarcastically here? Why or why not? See the note on 1:50. What does Solomon promise Adonijah in 1:52? In 2:1-6, What does David really want Solomon to do about Joab? Beginning of Solomon’s Reign : 3:1-6:1 Note Solomon’s first political marriage. This introduces the theme of the dangers of “foreign wives” that you will see repeated over and over in the story. If David had brought the ark and the tent into Jerusalem, why is everyone, including Solomon, sacrificing at “the high places”? Look at 2 Kings 22 about the finding of a
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Unformatted text preview: portion of the book of Deuteronomy in the temple much later. Apparently Solomon either didn’t know, or didn’t care that there was only one legitimate place of worship. What is it about Solomon’s prayer that pleases the LORD? The story in 3:16-28 is a very well-known story illustrating Solomon’s wisdom. You should be able to recognize the story and its significance on an exam. What else besides wise judgments was Solomon known for (ch 4)? Solomon builds the temple of the LORD (Yahweh). 6:1. Look at the diagram at the bottom of HB 499 to get a look at the floor plan of the Temple and the royal palace....
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