1 Kings 10:13

13 King Solomon for his part gave the queen of Sheba all her heart's desire - everything she asked for, on top of what he had already so generously given her. Satisfied, she returned home with her train of servants.

1 Kings 10:13 Meaning and Commentary

1 Kings 10:13

And King Solomon gave unto the queen of Sheba all her desire,
whatsoever she asked
Some curious things she saw, and was desirous of, she asked for, and had them:

besides that which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty;
of his own good will and pleasure, without asking:

so she turned and went to her own country:
the country of Sheba in Arabia Felix:

she and her sergeants:
the train or retinue she brought with her, which was large, ( 1 Kings 10:2 ) .

1 Kings 10:13 In-Context

11 The ships of Hiram also imported gold from Ophir along with tremendous loads of fragrant sandalwood and expensive gems.
12 The king used the sandalwood for fine cabinetry in The Temple of God and the palace complex, and for making harps and dulcimers for the musicians. Nothing like that shipment of sandalwood has been seen since.
13 King Solomon for his part gave the queen of Sheba all her heart's desire - everything she asked for, on top of what he had already so generously given her. Satisfied, she returned home with her train of servants.
14 Solomon received twenty-five tons of gold in tribute annually.
15 This was above and beyond the taxes and profit on trade with merchants and assorted kings and governors.