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    1 David, by his example and entreaty, 6 causes the princes and people to offer willingly. 10 David's thanksgiving and prayer. 20 The people, having blessed God, and sacrificed, make Solomon king. 26 David's reign and death. VERSE 1 - said unto. * 1Ch 28:1,8 - whom. * 1Ch 28:5,6 1Ki 8:19,20 - young. * 1Ch 22:5 1Ki 3:7 2Ch 13:7 Pr 4:3 Jer 1:6,7 - palace. * 1Ch 28:10 2Ch 2:4,5 VERSE 2 - I have prepared. * 1Ch 22:3-5,14-16 - with all. * 2Ch 31:20,21 Ec 9:10 2Co 8:3 Col 3:23 1Pe 4:10,11 - the gold. * 1Ch 28:14-18 - onyx stones. {Avney shoham,} which was, probably, not the precious stone or gem called onyx, but a marble called in Greek {onychites,} which Pliny mentions as a stone Caramania; for one would hardly think that gems of any kind were used externally in such a building as the temple. Antiquity gave both stones this name, because of their resemblance to the nail of the finger. * Ge 2:12 Ex 28:17,20; 39:6,13 Job 28:16 Isa 54:11,12 * Re 21:18-21 - glistering stones. {Avney phuch} seems to denote a kind of black marble, so called from its color resembling stibium: so Vulgate {quasi stibinos.} - marble stones. {Avney shayish} is rendered in the Targum {avney marmoraiyah,} "stones of marble," and by the LXX., and Vulgate [ ] or [ ,] or {marmor Parium,} "Parium marble," which was remarkable for its bright white color. Josephus says that the temple was built of large blocks of white marble, beautifully polished, so as to produce a most splendid appearance. VERSE 3 - I have set. * Ps 26:8; 27:4; 84:1,10; 122:1-9 - I have. * 1Ch 21:24 Pr 3:9,10 - of mine own proper good. i.e., "of my own private property:" at present we only use the plural goods to designate property or personal effects. over and above. * 1Ch 22:4,5,14-16 VERSE 4 - gold of Ophir. * 1Ki 9:28 Job 28:16 VERSE 5 - who them. * Ex 25:2-9; 35:5-9 Nu 7:2,3,10-14,15-89 Ezr 1:4-6; 2:68,69 * Ezr 7:15,16 - consecrate his service. Heb. to fill his hand. VERSE 6 - the chief. * 1Ch 27:1-15 Isa 60:3-10 - the rulers. * 1Ch 27:25-34 2Co 9:7 VERSE 7 - drams. * Ezr 2:69; 8:7 Ne 7:70-72 VERSE 8 - Jehiel the Gershonite. * 1Ch 26:21,22 VERSE 9 - they offered. * De 16:10,11 Jud 5:9 Ps 110:3 2Co 8:3,12; 9:7,8 - perfect heart. * :17 1Ki 8:61 - David. * Pr 23:15,16 Lu 15:6 Joh 15:11 Php 2:15-17; 4:1,10 1Th 3:6-9 VERSE 10 - David blessed. * :20 2Ch 20:26-28 Ps 103:1,2; 138:1; 146:2 - Blessed be thou. * 1Ki 8:15 2Ch 6:4 Ps 72:18,19; 89:52 Eze 3:12 Eph 1:3 1Ti 1:17 * 1Pe 1:3 Re 5:12 - Lord God. * Ge 32:28; 33:20 - our father. * Isa 63:16 Mt 6:9 Lu 11:3 Ro 1:7; 8:15 Php 4:20 2Th 2:16 VERSE 11 - is the greatness. * Da 4:30,34,35 Mt 6:13 1Ti 1:17; 6:15,16 Jude 1:25 Re 4:10,11 * Re 5:12; 7:9-12; 19:1 - the victory. * 1Sa 15:29 Ps 98:1 - majesty. * Job 37:22 Ps 29:4; 45:3,4; 104:1 Isa 2:10 Heb 1:3 - all that. * Ge 1:1; 14:19,22 Ps 115:15,16 Isa 42:5; 66:1 Jer 10:10-12; 27:5 * Da 4:32,34,35 - thine is the. * Ps 97:1; 99:1; 145:1,12,13 Da 4:3 Re 11:15 - exalted. * Ne 9:5 Ps 21:13; 46:10; 47:9; 57:5,11; 97:9 Isa 2:11; 12:4 VERSE 12 - riches. * De 8:18 1Sa 2:7,8 Job 42:10 Ps 75:6,7; 113:7,8 Pr 8:18; 10:22 * Ec 5:19 Lu 1:51-53 Ro 11:35,36 - reignest over all. * Da 6:26 - power. * Job 9:19 Ps 62:11 Isa 43:13; 46:10 Da 5:18-21 Mt 28:18 * Joh 19:11 Eph 3:20 Re 11:17 - give strength. * 2Ch 16:9 Ps 18:31,32; 28:8; 29:1,11; 68:34,35; 144:1,2 Isa 40:29 * Isa 45:24 Eph 3:16 Php 4:13 Col 1:11 VERSE 13 - we thank. * Ps 105:1; 106:1 Da 2:23 2Co 2:14; 8:16; 9:15 1Th 2:13 VERSE 14 - who am I. * Ge 32:10 2Sa 7:18 Da 4:30 1Co 15:9,10 2Co 3:5; 12:9-11 - that we should. * Ps 115:1 Re 4:10 - be able. Heb. retain, or obtain strength. willingly. * :9 Php 2:13 Jas 17 1:17 - all things. * Ge 28:22 Ps 50:10-12 Ro 11:36 1Co 16:2 - of thine own. Heb. of thine hand. VERSE 15 - For we. * Ge 47:9 Ps 39:12; 119:19 Heb 11:13-16 1Pe 2:11 - our days. * Job 14:2 Ps 90:9; 102:11; 144:4 Ec 6:12 Isa 40:6-8 Jas 4:14 - abiding. Heb. expectation. VERSE 16 - all this store. * :14 2Ch 31:10 Ps 24:1 Ho 2:8 Lu 19:16 VERSE 17 - triest the heart. * 1Ch 28:9 De 8:2 1Sa 16:7 Ps 7:9; 51:6 Pr 16:2; 21:2 Jer 17:10 * Heb 4:12 Re 2:23 - hast pleasures. * Pr 11:20; 15:8,9 Joh 1:47 - in the uprightness. * Ac 24:16 2Co 1:12 1Th 2:10 - joy thy people. * :9 Phm 7 1:7,20 - present. Heb. found. VERSE 18 - Lord God. * Ex 3:6,15; 4:5 Mt 22:32 Ac 3:13 - keep. * De 30:6 Ps 51:10; 119:166 Jer 10:23; 32:39 Php 1:6,9-11 * 1Th 3:11 Heb 13:21 - in the imagination. * 1Ch 28:9 Ge 6:5 Ps 113 119:113 - prepare. Heb. stablish. * Ps 10:17 2Th 2:16,17 VERSE 19 - And give. * 1Ch 28:9 Ps 72:1; 119:80 Jas 17 1:17 - the which. * :2; 22:14 VERSE 20 - Now bless. * 1Ch 16:36 2Ch 20:21 Ps 134:2; 135:19-21; 145:1-2 146:2 * Ps 148:13,14-6 150:6 - bowed down. * Ge 24:26,48 Ex 4:31 Ps 29:1,2; 95:6 - worshipped. * Ex 14:31 1Sa 12:18 Pr 24:21 1Pe 2:17 VERSE 21 - sacrificed. * 1Ki 8:62-65 2Ch 7:4-9 Ezr 6:17 - drink-offerings. * Le 23:13 Nu 15:5,7,10 VERSE 22 - eat and drink. * Ex 24:11 De 12:7,11,12; 16:14-17 2Ch 7:10 Ne 8:12 Ec 2:24 * Ec 3:12,13; 8:15; 9:7 1Ti 6:17,18 - the second time. * 1Ch 23:1 - and anointed. * 1Ki 1:31,34-39 - Zadok. * 1Ki 2:35 VERSE 23 - sat on the throne. * 1Ch 17:11,12; 28:5 Ps 132:11 Isa 9:6,7 - prospered. * 1Ch 22:11 - all Israel. * Ec 8:2-5 Ro 13:1 VERSE 24 - all the princes. * 1Ch 22:17; 28:21 - all the sons. * 1Ch 2:3-9 1Ki 1:50-53; 2:24,25 - submitted themselves unto. Heb. gave the hand under. See * Ge 24:2; 47:29 2Ch 30:8 *marg: * Eze 17:18 VERSE 25 - magnified Solomon. * Jos 3:7; 4:14 2Ch 1:1 Job 7:17 Ac 19:17 - bestowed. * 1Ki 3:13 2Ch 1:12 Ec 2:9 Da 5:18,19 Heb 2:9 VERSE 26 - over all Israel. * 1Ch 18:14 Ps 78:71,72 VERSE 27 - forty years. * 1Ch 3:4 2Sa 5:4,5 1Ki 2:11 VERSE 28 - he died. David at his death had every thing that his heart could wish: "he died in a good old age, full of days, riches, and honor;" having gained more renown than any crowned head ever did. "David," says Dr. Delaney, "was a true believer, a zealous adorer of God, teacher of His law and worship, and inspirer of His praise; a glorious example, a perpetual and inexhaustible fountain of true piety; a consummate and unrivalled hero; a skilful and successful captain; a steady patriot; a wise ruler; a faithful, generous, and magnanimous friend; and what is yet rarer, a no less generous and magnanimous enemy; a true repentant, a divine musician, a sublime poet, and an inspired prophet. By birth a peasant, by merit a prince! In youth a hero, in manhood a monarch, and in age a saint." - a good old age. * Ge 15:15; 25:8 Job 5:26 Pr 16:31 Ac 13:36 - full of days. * 1Ch 23:1 Ge 35:29 Job 5:26 VERSE 29 - the acts. * 1Ki 11:41; 14:29 Heb 11:32,33 - book. or, history. Heb. words. Samuel. * 1Sa 9:9 - Nathan. * 2Sa 7:2-4; 12:1-7 - Gad the seer. * 1Ch 21:9-11 VERSE 30 - his might. * 2Ki 10:34; 14:28 - the times. * Da 2:21; 4:23,25 GOTO NEXT BOOK - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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