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The Word Of The King - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... God. “For there is no power but of God” (Romans 13:1). Many kings have had to learn this truth the hard way, however, for they have found that God could remove them as quickly as He had ordained them when they abused that power. But...
The Miracles Of Life - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... the child came into him again, and he revived" (I Kings 17:22). This is the first of eight specific instances recorded in the Bible when a dead person was miraculously restored to life, and the departed soul (presumably detained for a while...
True Love - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... proverbs; and his songs were a thousand and five" (1 Kings 4:32). Of these latter, he apparently considered this to be his masterpiece, his "song of songs" (Song 1:1). It can best be understood as a pure love song describing...
2 Kings 8:1: had restored to life - Study Note
... had restored to life. Refer to the account of this miracle in II Kings...
1 Kings 17:22: and he revived - Study Note
... and he revived. This is the first of eight instances recorded in the Bible when a dead person was restored to life miraculously, and the departed soul returned to its body. One was accomplished through Elisha (II Kings 4:32-36), and one at...
Sweet Naamah - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... yea, pleasant: also our bed is green" (Song of Solomon 1:16). These words begin King Solomon's tender expressions of love to his beautiful young wife. Solomon wrote a thousand and five songs (I Kings 4:32), but apparently this was his...
1 Kings 4:32: three thousand proverbs - Study Note
... three thousand proverbs. Jewish scholars have long recognized Solomon as the primary author of the Biblical books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon, and possibly even some of the Psalms. The uniquely cogent wisdom expressed in these...
Song of Solomon 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
... two books, it claims to be from Solomon (Song of Solomon 1:1). Solomon was said to have written over a thousand songs (I Kings 4:32), but this was his “Song of songs!” The book was evidently written early in Solomon’s reign,...
Proverbs 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
... many of them from various sources (note Ecclesiastes 12:9). The last two chapters were apparently written by two men named Agur and Lemuel, respectively (Proverbs 30:1; 31:1). Whether Solomon wrote most of them, however, or collected most...
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