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1 Kings 9:28
And they came to Ophir, and fetched from there gold, four hundred and twenty talents, and brought it to king Solomon.
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1 Kings 10:11,12,22,28,29
And the navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from Ophir, brought in from Ophir great plenty of almug trees, and precious stones.
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2 Chronicles 1:16,17
And Solomon had horses brought out of Egypt, and linen yarn: the king's merchants received the linen yarn at a price.
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2 Chronicles 8:17,18
Then went Solomon to Eziongeber, and to Eloth, at the sea side in the land of Edom.
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2 Chronicles 9:13-22,28
Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred and three score and six talents of gold;
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... the Sabbatic and of the Jubilee year would have brought all extended commerce to
a ... Only on one occasion, during the reign of Solomon, do we find anything like ...
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Solomon's Reign.
... Solomon married a daughter of Pharoah and carried on with Egypt an extensive commerce
and for his wife's sake no doubt introduced the worship of Egyptian gods. ...
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A Greater than Solomon
... was a great ruler and governor"a man wise in politics, in social economy, and in
commerce"wise in all human respects. But a greater than Solomon is present ...
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Pride of Prosperity
... being one of the greatest kings that ever wielded a scepter, Solomon became a ... Commerce
with other nations brought them into intimate contact with those who had ...
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... Much of the story of Solomon, eg, is unmistakably historical"his luxury,
his effeminacy, his commerce, his unscrupulousness. But ...
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Results of Transgression
... aggrandizement. Solomon sought to strengthen his position politically by
building fortified cities at the gateways of commerce. He ...
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How to Split a Kingdom
... No doubt, the luxury and splendour of Solomon's brilliant reign had an under ... of the
benefits of the peaceful reign, which had brought security and commerce. ...
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Of the Divine Providence in General.
... and resolved to send to Hiram for fit timber, to begin commerce with Peru ... only the
disposition but also the creation and good government of Solomon were called ...
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I have Put Off My Coat; How Shall I Put it On? I have Washed My ...
Song of Songs of Solomon. ... so that there is nothing in me that is not wholly devoted
to my Well-beloved, how shall I again defile them by commerce with the ...
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For Lo! the Winter is Past, the Rain is Over and Gone.
Song of Songs of Solomon. ... through by the rains, and overwhelmed by the tempests and
snows of sins and imperfections, so easily contracted in commerce with the ...
/...// of songs of solomon/11 for lo the winter.htm


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