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1 Kings 9 - 10

1 Kings
1 KingsSteve Gregg

In "1 Kings 9-10," Steve Gregg discusses the completion of Solomon's building projects, including the temple and his own home. God showed His approval of these projects through the appearance of the glory cloud in the temple. Gregg explains that promises in the Old Testament were both conditional and typological, with fulfillment and continuation seen in the spiritual mode of the New Covenant. The discussion also touches on the controversy surrounding Hiram's displeasure with the cities given to him by Solomon and the use of forced labor during Solomon's reign.

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