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Bible primer, Old Testament, for use in the primary department of Sunday schools (1919) (14759110226)

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Bible primer, Old Testament, for use in the primary department of Sunday schools (1919) (14759110226)

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Identifier: bibleprimeroldte00hult (find matches)
Title: Bible primer, Old Testament, for use in the primary department of Sunday schools
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Hult, Adolf, 1869-1943 Augustana synod. (from old catalog)
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Publisher: Rock Island, Ill., Augustana book concern
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress



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favorite son.When David was old, he made his young son Solomon kingin his stead. Young king Solomon had a dream one night in his palace. He dreamed that God said to him: Ask what I shall giveyou. I wonder what Solomon asked God for? To be rich? No. To know many things? No. To livelong? No. What then ? He asked God to give him a heart that couldtell what was good and what was evil. He also asked God tomake him a good king over Israel. Yes, that pleased God. So God said, Because you haveasked for this, I will make you wise. But I will also give youriches and honor. There shall be no king like you, kingSolomon. If you obey Me and keep My word, then I willgive you a long life. Solomon awoke. It was a dream. Yet it made Solomon so happy that he went right up to theTabernacle. There he offered sacrifices to God. He evenmade a big feast for all his servants. The Bible says of him: And Solomon loved the Lord. If he had only done so all his life! Then he would havebeen far happier. J Kings 3.
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BIBLE PRIMER 85 40. SOLOMON BUILDS THE TEMPLE. What a grand king Solomon was at first. God gave him a wise heart. A large heart, too, says theBible. And he was so rich that his palaces were full of gold. Theplates on his table were of gold. His candlesticks were ofgold. His throne was of gold. He lived in a wonderfulpalace. Ah, the house in which Solomon lived was a palace; butthe Tabernacle, the house where God dwelt, was only a tent. So Solomon decided to build a large church, or temple, ofstone and wood, very, very costly. It took him seven yearsto build it. Thousands of workmen came to help him. If wecould have seen that temple! When all was ready Solomon had a large festival, lastingfor many days. The priests offered thousands of lambs andsheep. Then Solomon spoke to the people. When he hadspoken to them, he went over to the large altar in the Courtof the temple and stretched his hands toward heaven. AndSolomon prayed, O Lord God, protect this temple. Andwhen Thy people pray to T

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