Summary of 1 Kings 3:10-15
God grants this unselfish request, saying there will never be anyone as wise. God gives Solomon what he did not ask for, too, which is wealth and honor. God will give him a long life if he follows Him. Solomon returned to Jerusalem and offered sacrifices.
Questions for 1 Kings 3:10-15
6) God is good, charitable, wants the best for us, generous, and kind.
7) Solomon was still human, and just because you are wise does not mean you are impervious to personal sin. Our true problem is obeying God’s commands in our personal lives and leaning on the God in order to do so.
8 ) A nice life. A great husband and family. Dear Lord, thank you for the life you have given me and the wonderful husband, children, and pets. We have a roof over our heads, food on the table, and extras. You are our ultimate Provider. Give me the faith to lean on you to get me to your next thing in my life. In Jesus’s name, Amen.
Conclusions to Wordgo Study of Wisdom 1 Kings 3:10-15
God is gracious and gives out of abundance when none of us deserve it. Ask, and you will receive. Follow Him in all things.