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Summer Bible Study: WordGo’s Study of Wisdom: Week 1, Day 6: 1 Kings 3:9

PASSAGE IN 1 KINGS 3

“So give your servant a discerning heart to govern your people and to distinguish between right and wrong. For who is able to govern this great people of yours?”

1 Kings 3:9

REFLECTION QUESTIONS FOR 1 KINGS 3:9

15) You have to be willing to learn and apply truths in your life if you are to grow wise. Sadly, many do not do this.

16) It has made me think about my choices and their effects on others. I’m trying to put my faith in God’s will for my life at this very moment.

CONCLUSIONS TO WEEK 1 AND WORDGO’S STUDY OF 1 KINGS 3

I love studying wisdom. I think most of us need a bit more wisdom in our lives, choices, and decisions.

Pray for wisdom on a continual basis, and see what God will do in your life because of it.

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Summer Bible Study: WordGo’s Study of Wisdom: Week 1, Day 1: 1 Kings 3

Summary of 1 Kings 3

Solomon made an alliance with the king of Egypt and married his daughter. Solomon walked in the ways of the Lord, showing his love for God. God rewarded Solomon by telling him to ask for whatever he wants. Solomon asks for discernment. 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.

Two prostitutes came to Solomon, asking him to make a ruling. Each woman claimed that the baby was theirs. Solomon ordered the baby cut in half and half given to each. The real mother said to give the baby to the other woman. The other woman said to kill the child. Obviously, the first woman was the real mother.

Questions for 1 Kings 3

1 ) A discerning heart to rule his people

2 ) I need strength mainly to keep going.

Conclusions to Wordgo Study of Wisdom 1 Kings 3

I love the fact that the Scripture verse is in the app, so I don’t have to look it up. Trusting in God’s promises reveals life’s purposes.

It’s fitting we begin our study of wisdom with the study of Solomon, the wisest man to have lived.

Everyone is leading someone, and God has a plan for your life. What God calls you to do will bring you joy. God’s purpose for our lives exceeds any greatness we can imagine.

These words speak to me right now in my life as I’m about to make a life-changing decision. I’m trusting in the Lord that this is right for me. Contact me today!