King Solomon

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  • This is King Solomon, he was young, wise, wealthy, and beautiful. Solomon was the son of King David, which means he was the third king. Solomon was not the eldest son, but his dad (David) had promised him that he would become king. Solomon was known for the gold temple he build in honour of God.
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  • King Solomon
  • King David
  • There are many different stories/events about King solomon. For example The King Solomon Temple in Jerusalem, King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba, Solomon and Ashmedai, and more. The most famous story about King Solomon is The Judgment Of Solomon.
  • The most famous story/event about me is The Judgment of Solomon
  • The Judgment of Solomon event is about 2 women who had claimed they were the mother of their young baby boy. Each mother said the same thing, that they were the mother of the child. The two women lived together and both had a baby.
  • When the two women went to sleep, they put their baby in their bed. One of the children died in the night. The mother of the dead child then switched babies, so it looked like the live child was the mother. When they woke up, the live child's mother woke up to see that her baby was dead, but she could see that it was not her baby.
  • Both mothers claimed the live child was theirs. Solomon then came up with an idea, he said to split the baby in half. The mother of the child cried out "Please, My Lord, give her the live child - do not kill him!", while the other woman said "It shall be neither mine nor yours - divide it!". Solomon then quickly realized that a mother’s priority is to protect their kids. Solomon quickly gave the baby to the real mother.
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