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King Solomon, Wise Use of Adjectives (u/d)

The context of this previous post is applicable to the latest shootings of the two reporters in the USA. Sure wish news editors would read it and agree. Continue reading King Solomon, Wise Use of Adjectives (u/d)


King Solomon, Why Do Fools Fall in Love?

In 1956, Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers sang a lamenting hit song with two questions about fools and love.  How would King Solomon answer Frankie’s questions?

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King Solomon, As a Lily Among Thorns

“Solomon, I have traveled far to learn about your Goddess of Wisdom. May I ask how you propose teaching me the wisdom you have somehow acquired?” How did Solomon answer this question posed to him by Bilqis, Queen of Sheba?

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King Solomon, Psychological Set, Atheism, War (u/d)


King Solomon was wise to understand the experience identified today  as of ‘Psychological Set’  Continue reading King Solomon, Psychological Set, Atheism, War (u/d)


King Solomon, True Jesus Church, Red Jacket (u/d)

I occasionally drive by a church which has this sign, True Jesus Church, and have to wonder about the implication made by the sign.

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King Solomon, Wise Women (u/d)

How would you interpret the meaning of this ancient wise saying? “A bitch in her search for food gave birth to a poor litter.”

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King Solomon. Governing Appointees (u/d)

“Solomon,when you travel to your providence’s, what information do you seek to ascertain the truth of whether or not your appointees are capable and loyal leaders?”

“Bilqis, one of the most important duties of a leader is to appoint the best and most capable leaders to maintain order and progress in their kingdom. I strongly believe in delegating responsibility to those I appoint to maintain order for the day-to-day tasks. I also believe a leader should travel often and check on their progress and to maintain strong personal relationships to promote trade and unity.”

“An ideal governor is an upright truthful man. A community will thrive on the candor of their governor. A king loves the candid man with integrity in his circle of advisors.” A king approves truthful speech, and loves the words of upright men. (Proverb 16:13)

“A ruler is deserving of the kind of leaders he appoints. If a ruler wants his officials to be a stickler for truth and goodness, he must himself be a stickler to attract men of caliber into his service. Men of integrity will not tolerate and serve a king that lacks rigor and probity. A king must investigate to find the truth of every affair. If the king is slack and irresponsible to seek truth, the lies of the wicked will prevail and reflect upon the king. Wicked men poison the life of the community for their own ends will seize the opportunity to serve a master of their own kind.” A ruler who gives credence to a lie, all who serve him are wicked men. (Proverb 29:12)


As A Lily Among Thorns – A Story of King Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, and the Goddess of Wisdom by Rudy U Martinka

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King Solomon, Free Will, Counterparts

Perhaps some ancient proverbs might help us to better understand some current political topics, and why God allowed for counterparts to self-regulate the world he created.
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