Solomon was a teenager when Absalom tried to seize the kingdom from his father, David. He was a firsthand witness to the events of the rebellion and subsequent battle. He tells his own story in I, Solomon. Solomon finds out the cause of Absalom's hatred for Amnon and sees the murder in a dual light. In the first place, it is standard revenge; and secondly, it is a way to get rid of the firstborn and heir to the throne. As Solomon continues his narrative, he discovers secrets in his father's life and begins to understand a little more of the judgment of God, that the 'sword shall never depart from thine house' (2 Samuel 12:10) and why that must be so.
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|Size: ||892 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781634183789 (DRM-EPUB)|
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