The Bible > King James Version > 1 Kings
cross
How long halt ye between two opinions?
1 Kings xviii. 21.
1 Kings
The Holy Bible: King James Version
 
This book starts with stories about Solomon's reign over Israel. After the death of Solomon, the kingdom went to war with itself, north against south. The result was two nations, Israel in the north and Judah in the south.
 
Search:
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
KING JAMES VERSION

NEW YORK: AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, 1999
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000



CHAPTER

1  Abishag Ministers to David
Adonijah Usurps the Throne
Solomon Made King
2  David's Charge to Solomon
The Death of David
Solomon Establishes His Kingdom
3  Solomon Marries Pharaoh's Daughter
Solomon's Prayer for Wisdom
Solomon's Wisdom and Prosperity
4 
5  Solomon's Agreement with King Hiram
6  Solomon Builds the House of the LORD
7  Solomon's Other Buildings
Solomon Employs Hiram of Tyre
The Furnishings for the Temple
8  Solomon Brings the Ark into the Temple
The Dedication of the Temple
9  The LORD's Covenant with Solomon
Solomon's Further Activities
10  The Queen of Sheba Visits Solomon
Solomon's Riches and Fame
Solomon's Trade in Horses and Chariots
11  Solomon's Apostasy and Adversaries
The Death of Solomon
12  Israel's Revolt
Jeroboam Leads Israel into Sin
13  The Prophet of Judah Warns Jeroboam
14  Ahijah's Prophecy against Jeroboam
The Reign of Rehoboam
15  The Reign of Abijam
The Reign of Asa
Asa's League with Ben–hadad
The Reign of Nadab
The Reign of Baasha
16  The Reigns of Elah and Zimri
The Reign of Omri
The Reign of Ahab
17  Elijah Predicts Drought
Elijah and the Widow of Zarephath
18  Elijah Returns to Ahab
The Contest on Mount Carmel
Elijah Prays for Rain
19  Elijah Flees to Horeb
The Call of Elisha
20  Ahab Defeats the Syrians
21  Ahab and Naboth's Vineyard
22  Micaiah Prophesies the Defeat of Ahab and Jehoshaphat
The Reign of Jehoshaphat
The Reign of Ahaziah of Israel



 
Loading
Click here to shop the Bartleby Bookstore.

Shakespeare · Bible · Strunk · Anatomy · Nonfiction · Quotations · Reference · Fiction · Poetry
© 1993–2014 Bartleby.com · [Top 150] · Subjects · Titles · Authors