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Book chart of I Kings I Kings 1:1 – 11:43 Solomon’s reign I Kings 12:1 – 16:34 Kingdom divides: Jeroboam and Rehoboam to Ahab/Asa I Kings 17:1 – 22:40 Elijah and Ahab I Kings 22:41-53 Jehosophat and Ahaziah David is old Adonijah wants to be king. But he’s not supported by the leadership Nathan prompts Bathsheba to tell David about Adonijah’s coup and David tells Solomon who to kill after he dies. David dies Solomon consolidates his reign by killing Adonijah, banishing priest who opposed him, killing Joab. Solomon prays for wisdom, not riches. He judges wisely between 2 women. He appoints officers and lives in luxury. He builds Temple and palace. Temple dedicated. God speaks to him again, saying obey. Queen of Sheba visits Solomon’s foreign wives lead him to worship idols. He enslaved his own people. Prophet Ahijah tore his robe and told Jeroboam to rebel against Solomon b/c of his mistreatment of his own people.
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  • Fall '16
  • Ms. Hall
  • English, Biblical Literature, Solomon, Kingdom of Israel, Ahab, Books of Kings, Jeroboam, 1 Kings 21

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