|Overview - 1 Kings 7|
|1||The building of Solomon's house.|
|2||Of the house of Lebanon.|
|6||Of the porch of pillars.|
|7||Of the porch of judgment.|
|8||Of the house for Pharaoh's daughter.|
|13||Hiram's work of the two pillars.|
|23||Of the molten sea.|
|27||Of the ten bases.|
|38||Of the ten lavers,|
|40||and all the vessels.|
1 Kings 7:14 (King James Version)
He was a widow's son of the tribe of Naphtali, and his father was a man of Tyre, a worker in brass: and he was filled with wisdom, and understanding, and cunning to work all works in brass. And he came to king Solomon, and wrought all his work.
- a widow's son
- Hebrew the son of a widow woman. tribe.
- The mother of Hiram (not the Tyrian king mentioned before, but an intelligent coppersmith, of Jewish extraction by his mother's side) in Chronicles, is said to have been of "the daughters of Dan;" and she might have been of Naphtali by her father, and of Dan by her mother; or she might originally be of the tribe of Dan, and have been first married to a man of the tribe of Naphtali; and, in either case, she might be indifferently called "of the tribe of Naphtali," or of "the daughters of Dan."
- 2 Chronicles 2:14
- his father
- 2 Chronicles 4:16
- he was filled
- Exodus 31:2-6 ; 35:30-35 Exodus 36:1 Exodus 36:2 Exodus 36:8 Isaiah 28:26