Huram said, moreover, blessed be the Lord God of Israel, that
made heaven and earth
Huram seems to have had some good notions of the divine Being, not only as the God of the people of Israel, in a peculiar sense, but as the Former and Maker of all things:
who hath given to David the king a wise son, endued with prudence and
see ( 1 Kings 5:7 )
that might build an house for the Lord, and for his kingdom;
as in ( 2 Chronicles 2:1 ) .