1 Kings Chapter 8 Discussion



 
  • Robert Tarburton on 1 Kings 8 - 2 years ago
    My favorite chapter. But Adam & Eve's omission of asking forgiveness & being cast out set the standard . (My opinion)
  • Eric Lopez on 1 Kings 8 - 3 years ago
    Did Solomon set the standard for people to confess their sins at the house of the Lord or was this already a practice with the tabernacle? Also the practice of praying before battle for example?
  • Venette Burnett on 1 Kings 8 - 3 years ago
    I would like to see drawings of the the building that took place in the reign of Solomon if available.
  • Rob - In Reply on 1 Kings 8 - 3 years ago
    Mark 12 v 36

    Lord Jesus speaking :

    36 v For David himself said by the HOLY GHOST , The LORD said to my Lord , Sit thou on my right hand , till I make thine enemies thy footstool.

    Here we have The LORD GOD telling The Lord Jesus after he was gone up into heaven to sit on his right hand .

    Lord Jesus Christ born in Bethlehem, grew up in Nazareth, Baptized, tempted by the devil , tried and condemned by Jewish religious leaders and Romans at the request of the people at the time , died on the cross , shed his blood for the sins of the world , rose from the dead on the third day , showed himself alive to many 40 days approx ascended up to heaven in the clouds before the disciples, then seated at Gods right hand . Until the LORD GOD makes Lord Jesus s enemies Lord Jesus s foot stool ....
  • Rob on 1 Kings 8 - 3 years ago
    1kings v 60

    That all the people of the earth may know that the LORD is GOD and there is none else .
  • Andy G van den Berg on 1 Kings 8 - 3 years ago
    On 1 KINGS 8:47

    The Word of God is God ( John 1:1) and is not of any private interpretation ( 2 Peter 1:20).

    The word 'Repent' in different forms (repent, repentance, repented, repentest, repenteth, repenting, repentings) is mentioned 110 times in the KJV, and means a lot more than what people by nature have been conditioned to believe. The word 'repent' used in the New Testament was translated from the Greek word "metanoeo", and means to change, transform, to think differently or reconsider.

    It is the key principle of all the teachings of Jesus Christ and the axiom (basis) of the Word of God and a prerequisite and primary requirement for the salvation of mankind. It actually means the changing of spirits - to turn from darkness to light and from the power of Satan unto God ( Acts 26:18).

    For a better understanding and the 'spiritual truth' of what it means to repent, and learn how and by whom mankind has been deceived ( Rev. 12:9) and what people must do to be reunited with the true and living God, we invite you to seek Him according to the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive ( Matthew 7:7; John 14:17).

    You need not that any man teach you ( Isaiah 54:13; 6:45; 1 John 2:27), as mankind follows after an image of a false god and a false Christ ( Matthew 24:24; Mark 13:22; Gal. 4:8; 2 Cor. 11:13-15; Rev. 12:9).

    It is only by revelation of God that people will come to know the true Christ ( Daniel 12:4,9; Amos 3:7; Matthew 16:17; Luke 2:26; Romans 16:25; 1 Cor. 2:10; Gal. 1:16; Eph. 3:3,5; Rev. 1:1), and only then will you be able to overcome the spirit of this world ( 1 John 5:4; Rev. 3:21) and learn what 'True Repentance' means, and how this whole world has been deceived ( Rev. 12:9). It should also be remembered that it is a narrow way that leadeth unto 'Life', and few there be that find it ( Matthew 7:14).

    LUKE 15:10. LIKEWISE, I SAY UNTO YOU, THERE IS JOY IN THE PRESENCE OF THE ANGELS OF GOD OVER ONE SINNER THAT REPENTETH.
  • Joel on 1 Kings 8 - 4 years ago
    The LORD our God be with us, as he was with our fathers: let him not leave us, nor forsake us:"

    /"Blessed be the LORD, that hath given rest unto his people Israel, according to all that he promised: there hath not failed one word of all his good promise, which he promised by the hand of Moses his servant.
  • BSP on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    Verse 20~Jehovah God gave Solomon the privilege of building the temple.
  • Alexl on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    Solomon made intercession for the Gentiles, He Didicated his new temple with his hands raised to heaven he prayed. CONCERNING THE STRANGER THAT IS NOT OF THY PPL ISRAEL BUT IS COME FROM A FAR COUNTRY FOR THY GREAT NAME SAKE IF THEY COME, HEAR THOU FROM HEAVEN AND DO ALL THAT THE STRANGER ASKED OF THEE THAT THY NAME MIGHT GREAT IN ALL THE EARTH.MAKING INTERCESSION FOR THE GENTILES 1000 YR B/F CRT
  • ALEX on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    WHEN SOLOMON DEDICATED HIS NEW TEMPLE HE WAS THINKING ABOUT THE GENTILES, THEM THAT ARE NOT OF THY PPL ISRAEL BUT HAVE COME FROM A FAR COUNTRY FOR THY GREAT NAME SAKE DO ALL THE STRANGER ASKED OF THEE THAT THY NAME MIGHT BE GREAT IN ALL THE EARTH GOD HAD HIS HEART ON THE GENTILES EVEN BACK THEN.DOUBTLESS THOU ART OUR FATHER THO ABRAHAM BE INGNORANT OF US AND ISREAL ACKNOWLEDGED US NOT. GENTILES
  • Alex on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    When Isaiah penned 11 V 1 Jesse David and Solomon had been dead for approx. 300 yrs, ISAIAH IS JUST USING THEM AS SYMBOLIC LANGUAGE FOR A DAVIDIC TYPE KINGDOM COMING IN THE LAST DAYS .HE MENTIONS THAT GOD WD SET HIS HAND AGAIN THE 2 ND TIME TO RECOVER HIS PPL THATS THE 2 ND COMING, This is all prophetic of the KINGDOM of GOD THAT IS COMING BY THIS TRINITY TYPE KINGDOM FATHER SON AND GRANSON. GBU
  • Alex on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    It was in king Davids heart to build the temple but God said its the son that is gonna come out of your loins he shall build the temple which answers to the H,G THAT COMES OUT OF CHRIST LOINS ( HIS BREATH/SEED ) KING SOLOMON SAID MY SOUL IS AS A WINGED CHILD AND JESUS SAID UNLESS YOU RECEIVE THE KINGDOM AS A LIL CHILD, IMPLING A BIRTH OF THE H.G. N US,N JESUS SAID A GREATER THEN SOLOMON IS HERE
  • Alex on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    IMO this KING Solomon was just a type of the H.G. th COMFORTER THATS WHAT SOLOMON MEANS COMFORTER THATS IS GONNA COME OUT OF CHRIST LOINS MEANING HIS SEED HIS WORD ETC JESUS BEATHE ON THEM AND THEY RECEIVED THE H.G, TH COMFORTER HIS BREATH WAS HIS WORD HIS SEED THUS THE COMFORTER TH H.G. COMES OUT OF HIS LOINS THAT IS GONNA BUILD THE TEMPLE WITH N US, ITS OUR BODIES THAT IS GONNA BE HIS TEMPLE GBU
  • Eric on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    This speaks of the house of the LORD which was finally completed by King Solomon for the Israelites and for the LORD to dwell with his people. Under King David there was too much warfare in the land to build this kingdom. The LORD promised David that his son would build the house. This is the fulfillment of that promise. But what we fail to understand is, this all happens within us. This is truth.
  • BSP on 1 Kings 8 - 5 years ago
    Verse 23~Solomon offered great praise to Jehovah God and he acknowledged that there was no other person or god like him.
  • A disciple on 1 Kings 8 - 6 years ago
    BSP; I remember during the 80's there was a Bumper Sticker that a lot of church people had on their cars: it read, Christians aren't perfect, just forgiven! Not only me, but all my real Christian brothers and sisters agreed, that that was a terrible witness, and completely misrepresents Jesus and our salvation! Jesus said, BE PERFECT EVEN AS YOUR FATHER IN HEAVEN IS PERFECT! So what is your point?
  • BSP on 1 Kings 8 - 6 years ago
    Verse 46 acknowledges the fact that all are imperfect and nobody is perfect.
  • A disciple on 1 Kings 8 - 6 years ago
    "For thou didst separate them from among all the people of the earth, to be thine inheritance.." Solomon's prayer is for God to always have compassion on His people whenever we call upon Him; whenever we might be in trouble because we have sinned, near or far, when we turn our faces and lift up our hands to the LORD, that He would forgive and do for us all that we ask Him. For we have NO ONE ELSE!
  • A disciple on 1 Kings 8 - 6 years ago
    Thank you, PETER! This IS the very thing that causes so many to stumble needlessly, and fall short of God's greatest wishes for them. How much do we hear from misguided and mistaught Christians, well meaning and otherwise good brothers and sisters; that "we can't help but sin, and nobody's perfect;" having swallowed down the maxims of the world, that doesn't know the Lord, instead of the truth!
  • Peter A. Okebukola on 1 Kings 8 - 6 years ago
    The formula for enjoying God's favour as David did is in verse 61: "Let your heart therefore be perfect with the LORD our God, to walk in his statutes, and to keep his commandments."
  • Deacon Hawthorne on 1 Kings 8 - 8 years ago
    We should look at the whole chapter where it give preferences of 2 choronicals chapter 7: 13-16 , there's familiar quote where king David Solomon's father was to build the Temple, but since king David had blood on his hands, he left it to Solomon to build the Temple it also the strangers that were not if the chosen but they were the outcast of Israel, meaning gentiles as explained in debut. 7:1-6
  • Insight 777 on 1 Kings 8 - 8 years ago
    Verse 63, Perhaps the meat offering is symbolic in amount. An average ox weighs 1,500 pounds. 22 thousand ox are 3 million 3 hundred thousand pounds of flesh. An average sheep at time of slaughter is around 125 pounds so 120,000 sheep would be 15 million pounds of flesh. So that would be approximately 18 million, 300 thousand pounds of flesh offered in a day in the middle of the court because the brazen alter was to small to hold it all. This immense amount of flesh makes me think perhaps the sacrifice amount was not literal but symbolic.
  • Insight 777 on 1 Kings 8 - 8 years ago
    Verse 27, Paul mentioned that someone else told him about a 3rd heaven but Paul was unsure if it was true or not since Paul was not given this information directly from God. So a 3rd heaven associated with earth may or may not be true. But verse 27 in this chapter is making the point that God does not reside in one place solely. God does not reside only in a heaven regardless of how many heavens have been established. God resides everywhere in the universe at all times through eternity. God is not limited to residing in one building on one small planet in the universe he created. When Jesus sets up the new Jerusalem on earth where he will live, his father, God, will still reside everywhere in the universe.
  • Insight 777 on 1 Kings 8 - 8 years ago
    Verse 8 is symbolic, an expression of the relation between God and man. The Lord is the light of the world. In physics, Light cannot be absorbed without limit. To absorb the light without limit would be to BE the light. According to the principle of the conservation of Energy, energy cannot be created or destroyed it can only be converted from one type to another. Consequently, most objects that absorb visible light reemit it as heat. So, although an object may appear dark such as the cloud, it is likely bright at a frequency that humans cannot perceive. For more information see thermodynamics. So this verse may be speaking of the Lord dwelling in the intense energy the ark has created which is a dark cloud to the eyes of the priests. They can not perceive the power and energy of God, it is hidden from their eyes represented by the dark cloud.
  • Abraham Sanni on 1 Kings 8 - 9 years ago
    Thanks for these online bible it as being a blessing to us in the followship.
  • Bisi on 1 Kings 8 - 9 years ago
    Vs 33 there is no eternal security , God will always punish sin, to enjoy God blessing we must be free from sin. Vs 41 we are no more strangers but co heirs the blood of Jesus has redeemed us, all we need do is to be holy and be perfect to lives with God in heaven at the end vs 61
  • Ken on 1 Kings 8 - 9 years ago
    The 3rd temple is ready to be assembled. All the articles have been crafted perfectly. They say it will only take 6 months to erect. Come Lord come, we are ready!
  • Anil Lemuel on 1 Kings 8 - 10 years ago
    Its true as verse 48 if we return to Lord and repent with all heart and soul God will have compassion on us as it says in verse 50 Our God is Faithful and Trustworthy so he will restore everything what satan has stolen destroyed and killed our spritual blessings
  • Solomon on 1 Kings 8 - 10 years ago
    From what i have seen in this chapter, God is worthy to be trusted because he cannot fail in any of his promise. In all that he promised David, he fulfilled all at the appointed time.
  • Marlon R. Gonzales on 1 Kings 8:11 - 10 years ago
    if the cloud symbolizes the spirit of God so that in this moment of the dedication of the temple, the Spirit of God filled the temple; the power of the Spirit overwhelmed the ministry of the priests and takes over the whole ministry by Himself. That holy moment, God takes over superseding the power of the priests to minister. That was a consecration not anymore of the physical aspect of temple but the spiritual significance of the temple.


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