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1 Kings 9

RHE 1 And it came to pass when Solomon had finished the building of the house of the Lord, and the king’s house, and all that he desired and was pleased to do, NIV 1 When Solomon had finished building the temple of the LORD and the royal palace, and had achieved all he had desired to do, RHE 2 That the Lord appeared to him the second time, as he had appeared to him in Gabaon. NIV 2 the LORD appeared to him a second time, as he had appeared to him at Gibeon. RHE 3 And the Lord said to him: I have heard thy prayer and thy supplication, which thou hast made before me: I have sanctified this house, which thou hast built, to put my name there for ever; and my eyes, and my heart, shall be there always. NIV 3 The LORD said to him: “I have heard the prayer and plea you have made before me; I have consecrated this temple, which you have built, by putting my Name there forever. My eyes and my heart will always be there. RHE 4 And if thou wilt walk before me, as thy father walked, in simplicity of heart, and in uprightness: and wilt do all that I have commanded thee, and wilt keep my ordinances, and my judgments, NIV 4 “As for you, if you walk before me faithfully with integrity of heart and uprightness, as David your father did, and do all I command and observe my decrees and laws, RHE 5 I will establish the throne of thy kingdom over Israel for ever, as I promised David, thy father, saying: There shall not fail a man of thy race upon the throne of Israel. NIV 5 I will establish your royal throne over Israel forever, as I promised David your father when I said, ‘You shall never fail to have a successor on the throne of Israel.’ RHE 6 But if you and your children, revolting, shall turn away from following me, and will not keep my commandments, and my ceremonies, which I have set before you, but will go and worship strange gods, and adore them: NIV 6 “But if you or your descendants turn away from me and do not observe the commands and decrees I have given you and go off to serve other gods and worship them, RHE 7 I will take away Israel from the face of the land which I have given them; and the temple which I have sanctified to my name, I will cast out of my sight; and Israel shall be a proverb, and a byword among all people. NIV 7 then I will cut off Israel from the land I have given them and will reject this temple I have consecrated for my Name. Israel will then become a byword and an object of ridicule among all peoples. RHE 8 And this house shall be made an example of: every one that shall pass by it, shall be astonished, and shall hiss, and say: Why hath the Lord done thus to this land, and to this house? NIV 8 This temple will become a heap of rubble. All who pass by will be appalled and will scoff and say, ‘Why has the LORD done such a thing to this land and to this temple?’ RHE 9 And they shall answer: Because they forsook the Lord their God, who brought their fathers out of the land of Egypt, and followed strange gods, and adored them, and worshipped them: therefore hath the Lord brought upon them all this evil. NIV 9 People will answer, ‘Because they have forsaken the LORD their God, who brought their ancestors out of Egypt, and have embraced other gods, worshiping and serving them—that is why the LORD brought all this disaster on them.’ ” RHE 10 And when twenty years were ended, after Solomon had built the two houses; that is, the house of the Lord, and the house of the king, NIV 10 At the end of twenty years, during which Solomon built these two buildings—the temple of the LORD and the royal palace— RHE 11 (Hiram, the king of Tyre, furnishing Solomon with cedar trees, and fir trees, and gold, according to all he had need of) then Solomon gave Hiram twenty cities in the land of Galilee. NIV 11 King Solomon gave twenty towns in Galilee to Hiram king of Tyre, because Hiram had supplied him with all the cedar and juniper and gold he wanted. RHE 12 And Hiram came out of Tyre, to see the towns which Solomon had given him, and they pleased him not; NIV 12 But when Hiram went from Tyre to see the towns that Solomon had given him, he was not pleased with them. RHE 13 And he said: Are these the cities which thou hast given me, brother? And he called them the land of Chabul, unto this day. NIV 13 “What kind of towns are these you have given me, my brother?” he asked. And he called them the Land of Kabul, a name they have to this day. RHE 14 And Hiram sent to king Solomon a hundred and twenty talents of gold. NIV 14 Now Hiram had sent to the king 120 talents of gold. RHE 15 This is the sum of the expenses, which king Solomon offered to build the house of the Lord, and his own house, and Mello, and the wall of Jerusalem, and Heser, and Mageddo, and Gazer. NIV 15 Here is the account of the forced labor King Solomon conscripted to build the LORD’s temple, his own palace, the terraces, the wall of Jerusalem, and Hazor, Megiddo and Gezer. RHE 16 Pharao, the king of Egypt, came up and took Gazer, and burnt it with fire: and slew the Chanaanite that dwelt in the city, and gave it for a dowry to his daughter, Solomon’s wife. NIV 16 (Pharaoh king of Egypt had attacked and captured Gezer. He had set it on fire. He killed its Canaanite inhabitants and then gave it as a wedding gift to his daughter, Solomon’s wife. RHE 17 So Solomon built Gazer, and Bethhoron the nether, NIV 17 And Solomon rebuilt Gezer.) He built up Lower Beth Horon, RHE 18 And Baalath, and Palmira, in the land of the wilderness. NIV 18 Baalath, and Tadmor in the desert, within his land, RHE 19 And all the towns that belonged to himself, and were not walled, he fortified; the cities also of the chariots, and the cities of the horsemen, and whatsoever he had a mind to build in Jerusalem, and in Libanus, and in all the land of his dominion. NIV 19 as well as all his store cities and the towns for his chariots and for his horses —whatever he desired to build in Jerusalem, in Lebanon and throughout all the territory he ruled. RHE 20 All the people that were left of the Amorrhites, and Hethites, and Pherezites, and Hevites, and Jebusites, that are not of the children of Israel: NIV 20 There were still people left from the Amorites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites (these peoples were not Israelites). RHE 21 Their children, that were left in the land; to wit, such as the children of Israel had not been able to destroy, Solomon made tributary unto this day. NIV 21 Solomon conscripted the descendants of all these peoples remaining in the land—whom the Israelites could not exterminate —to serve as slave labor, as it is to this day. RHE 22 But of the children of Israel, Solomon made not any to be bondmen, but they were warriors, and his servants, and his princes, and captains, and overseers of the chariots and horses. NIV 22 But Solomon did not make slaves of any of the Israelites; they were his fighting men, his government officials, his officers, his captains, and the commanders of his chariots and charioteers. RHE 23 And there were five hundred and fifty chief officers set over all the works of Solomon, and they had people under them, and had charge over the appointed works. NIV 23 They were also the chief officials in charge of Solomon’s projects—550 officials supervising those who did the work. RHE 24 And the daughter of Pharao came up out of the city of David to her house, which Solomon had built for her: then did he build Mello. NIV 24 After Pharaoh’s daughter had come up from the City of David to the palace Solomon had built for her, he constructed the terraces. RHE 25 Solomon also offered three times every year holocausts, and victims of peace offerings, upon the altar which he had built to the Lord, and he burnt incense before the Lord: and the temple was finished. NIV 25 Three times a year Solomon sacrificed burnt offerings and fellowship offerings on the altar he had built for the LORD, burning incense before the LORD along with them, and so fulfilled the temple obligations. RHE 26 And king Solomon made a fleet in Asiongaber, which is by Ailath, on the shore of the Red Sea, in the land of Edom. NIV 26 King Solomon also built ships at Ezion Geber, which is near Elath in Edom, on the shore of the Red Sea. RHE 27 And Hiram sent his servants in the fleet, sailors that had knowledge of the sea, with the servants of Solomon. NIV 27 And Hiram sent his men—sailors who knew the sea—to serve in the fleet with Solomon’s men. RHE 28 And they came to Ophir; and they brought from thence to king Solomon four hundred and twenty talents of gold. NIV 28 They sailed to Ophir and brought back 420 talents of gold, which they delivered to King Solomon.

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