Who said this: “For everything there is a season ... ? - BIBLE QUIZ

Who said this: “For everything there is a season,  a time for every activity under heaven. A time to be born and a time to die. A time to plant and a time to harvest." ?

Answer: C - Solomon

He was the wisest person to have lived in his lifetime, and was also very wealthy and powerful! 

In 2 Chronicles 1, God appeared to Solomon and asked him what he wanted more than anything. While most would have asked for power or wealth, Solomon asked for wisdom. The new king wanted, more than anything, the insight to lead the nation well. It was certainly admirable.

Because Solomon did not ask for things of this world, God blessed him beyond wisdom. He also granted wealth and power to the new king, wealth that no king before or after has ever amassed. These blessings made him one of the most powerful people in the world during his lifetime.

Though Solomon built the temple to the Most High God, he also built temples in Israel to false gods
Solomon married many foreign wives, women who worshipped false gods. 

It was through these relationships that Solomon’s heart was turned away from worshipping the one true God. He built temples to the idols so that he and his wives, along with others, could worship them.

Thankfully, we read in Ecclesiastes that Solomon eventually turned back to serve only God and rejected the false idols, however; damage had already been done. It was because of this sin, in fact, that God split the Kingdom after Solomon’s death.
Unfortunately, Solomon’s sin not only affected him, but affected the nation of Israel and all who lived in it. 

Solomon authored three books of the Bible

Solomon had wisdom and insight; he was a poet who could weave beautiful words together. Furthermore, when Solomon was connected to God and really pursuing Him, God developed incredible works through him that can be found in the Bible.

King Solomon is the author of Song of Solomon, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes. These are books of wisdom packed full of incredible Biblical truth we can apply to our lives today!

"The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction" (Proverbs 1:7). ❤️


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