Wednesday, April 6, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 096 | Rise and Fall of Israel’s Kingdom | 1 Kings 8 – 10, Psalm 96

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 096 | Rise and Fall of Israel’s Kingdom

1 Kings 8 – 10, Psalm 96

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  1. “Thanks be to the Lord God of Israel. With his mouth he made a promise to my father David; with his hand he carried it out. He said,
    1 Kings 8:15 GW

  2. You have kept your promise to my father David, your servant. With your mouth you promised it. With your hand you carried it out as it is today.
    1 Kings 8:24 GW

  3. Hear ⌞them⌟ in heaven, where you live. Forgive ⌞them⌟, and take action. Give each person the proper reply. (You know what is in their hearts, because you alone know what is in the hearts of all people.)
    1 Kings 8:39 GW

  4. If they come to their senses, are sorry for what they’ve done, and plead with you in the land where they are captives, saying, ‘We have sinned. We have done wrong. We have been wicked,’ if they change their attitude toward you in the land of their enemies where they are captives, if they pray to you toward the land that you gave their ancestors, and the city you have chosen, and the temple I have built for your name, then in heaven, the place where you live, hear their prayer for mercy. Do what is right for them. Forgive your people, who have sinned against you. ⌞Forgive⌟ all their wrongs when they rebelled against you, and cause those who captured them to have mercy on them because they are your own people whom you brought out of Egypt from the middle of an iron smelter.
    1 Kings 8:47‭-‬51 GW

  5. “Thanks be to the Lord! He has given his people Israel rest, as he had promised. None of the good promises he made through his servant Moses has failed to come true.
    1 Kings 8:56 GW

  6. But Solomon didn’t make any of the Israelites slaves. Instead, they were soldiers, officials, officers, generals, and commanders of his chariot and cavalry units.
    1 Kings 9:22 GW

  7. The queen of Sheba heard about Solomon’s reputation. (He owed his reputation to the name of the Lord.) So she came to test him with riddles.
    1 Kings 10:1 GW

  8. When the queen of Sheba saw all of Solomon’s wisdom, the palace he built, the food on his table, his officers’ seating arrangement, the organization of his officials and the uniforms they wore, his cupbearers, and the burnt offerings that he sacrificed at the Lord’s temple, she was breathless.
    1 Kings 10:4‭-‬5 GW

  9. How blessed your men must be! How blessed these servants of yours must be because they are always stationed in front of you, listening to your wisdom! Thank the Lord your God, who is pleased with you. He has put you on the throne of Israel. Because of your God’s eternal love for the people of Israel, he has made you king so that you would maintain justice and righteousness.”
    1 Kings 10:8‭-‬9 GW

  10. The whole world wanted to listen to the wisdom that God gave Solomon.
    1 Kings 10:24 GW

  11. The king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones, and he made cedars as plentiful as fig trees in the foothills.
    1 Kings 10:27 GW

  12. The Lord is great! He should be highly praised. He should be feared more than all ⌞other⌟ gods because all the gods of the nations are idols. The Lord made the heavens. Splendor and majesty are in his presence. Strength and beauty are in his holy place.
    Psalms 96:4‭-‬6 GW

  13. Let the heavens rejoice and the earth be glad. Let the sea and everything in it roar like thunder. Let the fields and everything in them rejoice. Then all the trees in the forest will sing joyfully in the Lord’s presence because he is coming. He is coming to judge the earth. He will judge the world with righteousness and its people with his truth.
    Psalms 96:11‭-‬13 GW