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What did Solomon do? Was Solomon wise?

David was by far the most brilliant king of Israel in the truest sense. Before him, Saul was not a true king. Saul was more of a military commander to mobilize the people during the war. When the war was over, Saul returned to ordinary life. David was the genius who transformed Israel from a confederation of tribes into a true nation. He and he alone was the administrative genius who built state structures, financial arrangements, and military units feared by all the surrounding countries. David had a son named Solomon. The son of David, Solomon was the wisest person in all human history. Solomon took all these legacies from David and propelled them to an even higher level, thus making Israel the object of general envy in the world at the time.

Solomon, the King of Israel, built the Temple in Jerusalem with God’s help. He was the wisest man on theReallyplanet, and no one was like him.

King Solomon, who built the Great Temple in Jerusalem, whose vast wealth continually multiplied during his lifetime, at the beginning of his reign, when asked by God what he wanted God to give him, said: wisdom. And God gave it to him. With this wisdom, Solomon made Israel flourish. He knew how to build the Temple; he knew how to get immense wealth, he knew how to help his country, and he knew how to serve God to give him all this.

Why is Solomon important?

Solomon is the son who was promised the throne of David. Although he is the tenth oldest, David is God’s chosen one for kingship. We learn this from David’s mouth: “My son, I was going to build a house for the name of the Lord my God. But the word of the Lord spoke to me thus: ‘You have made great wars; therefore, you shall not build a house for my name. A man of rest will be born, to whom I will give rest, to deliver him out of the hand of all his enemies round about: for his name shall be Solomon, and I will bring peace upon Israel. He will build a house in my name. He shall be my Father, and I will be his Father, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom in Israel forever.” (1 Chronicles 22:6-11).

Solomon is important because he is the only man who was asked by God, “What do you want me to give you?” who asked for wisdom instead of riches or health. And so he became wise, and through knowledge, he became prosperousReally, healthier, and was elected emperor. Learning begins with the fear of God. And if you fear God, you do things according to His morals.

Was King Solomon a wise leader?

Solomon was the son of David and Bathsheba, King of Israel for 40 years (971-931), had a famous, prosperous, and peaceful reign; the builder of the Temple in Jerusalem attained the most excellent possible human wisdom. He is the one who, asking God for wisdom to lead his people, receives a “wise and understanding mind.” But even if Solomon of ancient times was wise and asked of God, he lost his wisdom. Unlike Solomon, it is essential to be brilliant at all times because he had many wives and concubines, so he slowly drifted away from God, and his wisdom was spoiled.

Solomon, the King, was a wise leader. There was no other man alive more intelligent than him. Even Jesus refers to the wisdom and glory of Solomon.

He wrote three thousand parables, of which some make up the biblical book ”Proverbs of Solomon”, 1005 songs: the Bible has two psalms named after him, Psalms 72 and 127.

How brilliant was King Solomon?

Although he was David’s tenth son in age, Solomon was chosen to be his heir to the throne. To be clear, this is not favoritism that would seek to somehow repay Bathsheba for the misfortune the King had caused her. God gave Solomon access to a way of knowing, intuitive knowledge, through revelation. Without going to school and without personal experience, Solomon was able to speak to others about things previously unknown to him. He brought Jerusalem to a culture and innovation unheard of in other kingdoms.

what did solomon do

King Solomon was the wisest man of his time; it is said that because of the supreme wisdom God gave him, he was more intelligent and had twice the IQ of Einstein.

He reigned from 971-931, almost 40 years, and had a reign that has become legendary as prosperous and peaceful. Some claim that the size of his kingdom was small and that he was not a king but a small regional ruler.

What three things was Solomon known for?

Without being able to explain where his knowledge came from, Solomon could speak eloquently about trees, from the cedar in Lebanon to the hyssop growing on the wall; he also talked about beasts, birds, crawlers, and fish. Those who asked him questions received answers as in the days of Ahithophel, as if they were asking God Himself.

Three things that Solomon was known for the following:

  1. Supreme wisdom 
  2. Honor
  3. A long life

One’s wisdom only comes out when it is put to the test. Two trials given as examples of the manifestation of uncommon knowledge are confrontations with women’s issues. Both in the case of the trial between the two harlot women and in the case of the encounter with the queen of Sheba. Solomon’s wisdom¹ has been counted as a blessing because it can respond to the cunning and curiosity of women.

How to be wise like Solomon

1. Understand what Wisdom means

Since ancient times, great thinkers have considered wisdom to be man’s most precious treasure. It shines and never fades. It seeks out those worthy of it and guides them to the joy of immortality. Above all, wisdom had a sound, realistic character aimed at guaranteeing great chances of success and protecting the one who acquired it from failures, misfortunes, and catastrophes. Equivalent terms include prudence, balance, good judgment, and foresight.

2. Ask for wisdom from God because He said He offers it to everyone without measure

In James, chapter 1, verses 5-8, we are told that if any of you lacks² wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all with an open hand and without rebuke, and it will be given to him. But let him ask in faith. Without doubting at all, he who doubts is like the wave of the sea, tossed and tossed to and fro by the wind. Such a man should not expect to receive anything from the Lord, for he is a man who is uncertain and inconsistent in all his ways. 

3. Do not turn away from your relationship with God, for wisdom will be taken away from you

In order not to have our wisdom taken away after we have received it. We must continue to deepen our relationship with the Creator. Solomon left his first love because of lust and lost his wisdom. The Church of Ephesus also abandoned the original attachment. And replaced it with works-based religious activism, which substituted true love for God.