The Queen of Sheba; What Did She Desire Of King Solomon

The Story: 1st Kings 10: 1-13 (KJV)



1 And when the queen of Sheba heard of the fame of Solomon concerning the name of the LORD, she came to prove him with hard questions.

2 And she came to Jerusalem with a very great train, with camels that bare spices, and very much gold, and precious stones: and when she was come to Solomon, she communed with him of all that was in her heart.

3 And Solomon told her all her questions: there was not [any] thing hid from the king, which he told her not.

4 And when the queen of Sheba had seen all Solomon's wisdom, and the house that he had built,

5 And the meat of his table, and the sitting of his servants, and the attendance of his ministers, and their apparel, and his cupbearers, and his ascent by which he went up unto the house of the LORD; there was no more spirit in her.

6 And she said to the king, It was a true report that I heard in mine own land of thy acts and of thy wisdom.

7 Howbeit I believed not the words, until I came, and mine eyes had seen [it]: and, behold, the half was not told me: thy wisdom and prosperity exceedeth the fame which I heard.

8 Happy [are] thy men, happy [are] these thy servants, which stand continually before thee, [and] that hear thy wisdom.

9 Blessed be the LORD thy God, which delighted in thee, to set thee on the throne of Israel: because the LORD loved Israel for ever, therefore made he thee king, to do judgment and justice.

10 And she gave the king a hundred and twenty talents of gold, and of spices very great store, and precious stones: there came no more such abundance of spices as these which the queen of Sheba gave to king Solomon.

11 And the navy also of Hiram, that brought gold from Ophir, brought in from Ophir great plenty of almug trees, and precious stones.

12 And the king made of the almug trees pillars for the house of the LORD, and for the king's house, harps also and psalteries for singers: there came no such almug trees, nor were seen unto this day.

13 And king Solomon gave unto the queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever she asked, beside [that] which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty. So she turned and went to her own country, she and her servants.

 

A Closer Look

The Queen was a very wealthy woman. She was smart and well versed. She was the ruler of a Pagan nation near the African Horn. Most likely, she was a pagan herself.

Although presenting gifts was a very common custom, she went through a self imposed ordeal to deliver gifts of excessive value. She had messengers and diplomats who could have gone in her behalf. She must have wanted more than a political ally or trade agreements.

Her journey was approximately 1500 miles. She brought 4 1/2 tons of gold. A camel can carry 200-300 lbs and travel roughly 25-30 miles daily. She needed 30 - 45 camels for the gold alone. (This is millions of dollars.)... .She would have traveled 50- 60 days, a very difficult journey.

She also brought spices and jewels in quantities that would never be seen again. It is possible that she brought ivory as well. The Queen would not have traveled alone. She would have had servants, dressing girls, maids, cooks, men to tend the camels. They would have carried provisions; clothing, food, medicines, lots of water , this was a very large convoy crossing the desert.

Surely, the wealthy Queen did not ride upon a camel. She would have the best available comforts. She most likely rode upon a palanquin. Nor, did she make a frivolous and spur of the moment trip. Extensive planning and attention to details was required for a trip of this proportion. It is probable the travelers followed the  trade route known as the " Incense Road", even if they had traveled by sea, it was still a major undertaking.

What could she possibly want to ask King Solomon, that could not be asked of someone in her own pagan country? She would have had , " seers", "astronomers", "clairvoyants", "magicians", at her service. It must have been of the utmost importance to warrant a trip of this magnitude.

The King and Queen Get Close

Ancient newpaper headlines might have read:

Royalty Welcomes Royalty , The King Greets The Queen. God's King, Embraces Pagan Queen.

We can be confident that Solomon put on a grand welcome. She would be met with great opulence , wealth ,and hospitality. The King of Israel would be a fine host. He would spare no expense in making her welcome and in providing for her and her servants.

They talked together, ate together, and the Queen told him all that was in her heart. That reads like a powerful statement. Do you tell anyone all that is in your heart? ( Maybe, I am the oddball, but I have unrevealed thoughts and uncertainties.) He was open and forthcoming with her as well, there was nothing that he told her not. She was on a mission, she wanted something from the King. But first she had to prove him with hard questions. The King must prove himself worthy of her confidence.

The Hard Questions

This is an intriguing idea for me to wonder about.  We have no way of knowing what she asked, the Bible does not tell us. But she was testing him, she had to know the answers. She had to be his equal in this contest. Perhaps she asked him some ancient riddles:

Q. What, when alive, does not move, yet when its head is cut off, moves?

Timber used to build a ship.

Q. It is many headed, in a storm at sea, it goes above us all, it raises a loud and bitter wailing and moaning; it bends its head like a reed, is the glory of the rich and the shame of the poor; it honors the dead and dishonors the living; it is a delight to the birds, but a sorrow to the fishes. What is it?

Flax- it makes sails for ships, fine linen for the rich, rags for the poor; a burial shroud for the dead, a rope for hanging the living. As a seed, it nourishes the birds and as a net, traps the fish.

Q. Seven leave, nine enter, two pour out the draught and only one drinks?

The seven days of menstruation, nine months of pregnancy, two breast to nourish and one child to drink.

She was the ruler of a pagan nation, most probably a pagan herself, visiting an Israelite King. Perhaps she had a theological question.

Q. What is the ugliest thing in the world, and what is the most beautiful, what is the most certain thing in the world and the most uncertain?

The ugliest thing is the faithful turning to unfaith, the most beautiful is the repentant sinner; the most certain thing in the world is death and the most uncertain thing, is one's share in the world to come.

What Do Women Desire?

Haven't the men been asking this through the ages? Haven't the answers always included: a means of financial support , a home, someone to love them, to protect them, clothes, pretty things, jewelry and children?

The Queen of Sheba had money, clothes, pretty things, a home, protection, she left Solomon, so apparently she did not want marriage. Did she desire a child?

Legend and folklore abound, Solomon finally outsmarted her, and then seduced her.

It is told in the Ethiopian book Kebra Nagast that Solomon did father her child, a son. Menelik, known as , " the son of the wise", made his own trip to Jerusalem. Refusing Solomon's offer of the Kingdom, to stay, he stole the Ark of the Covenant instead , taking it to Ethiopia.

Why doesn't the Bible tell us that? Why don't the scriptures just say, " and she bore a son?"

God did not hide Adam's sin, He did not hide Cain's, He did not hide the sins of King David. He does not hide mine or yours, it makes no sense that He would hide Solomon's.

And King Solomon gave unto the queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever, she asked, beside that which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty. So she turned and went to her own country, she and her servants.

The Bible does not speak of these things, it does not even tell us the Queen's name. Why then is she important, and is it important what she desired?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/cultures/sheba_01.shtml

http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Queen_of_Sheba

Bringing the Old and the New Together

And the Queen of Sheba heard of the fame of Solomon, concerning the name of the Lord, she came to prove him with hard questions.

He tells her all, she sees his Blessings, his wisdom, his provisions and there is no more spirit in her.

How be it, I believed not the words until I came and mine eyes had seen?

Blessed be the Lord, thy God, and King Solomon gave unto the Queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever she asked.

The Queen of Sheba and her visit to King Solomon, will be remembered through the ages. We know her story, and so did Jesus.

In Matthew (chapter 12), the Pharisees are asking Jesus to prove Himself, and convince them to believe by performing on demand miracles. In versus 41 and 42, we read:( Jesus speaking)

"The men of Nineveh shall rise in judgement with this generation and shall condemn it, because they repented at the preaching of Jonas; and behold, a greater One than Jonas is here.

The Queen of the South shall rise up in the judgement with this generation, and shall condemn it, for she came from the uttermost part of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon, and behold, a greater One than Solomon is here."

What did the Queen of Sheba desire,.. laid heavily upon me for a long time, readers. At one point; thinking as a mother; I entertained that she desired a child......but it just would not lay still. So, I asked God. And I studied on the possibilities.

The Queen wanted to know about God, she sought out the one man she trusted to bring her to God, and Solomon gave her, her desire. The Queen of Sheba, desired, faith. Just as the men of Nineveh found faith, so did the Queen. She and the men of Nineveh will rise up at the judgement because they have faith.

What Others Had to Say........

 

panguerita 7 weeks ago

Hello, I found your hub very interesting to read and study on. I was impressed by your eye for detail and for opening up our minds and challenging us to look deeper into scripture. I do find the question of "What did she ask?" interesting.I believe her questions had to do with verifying rumors which were circulating throughout the land because of the great wealth and power God had granted to this King. The blessing God spoke over him and his kingdom is found in 2 Chronicles 1. He was granted wealth and power as no other king of his time had seen. This temple he built was built with great amounts of gold, and much of the luxury of the interior, cedars of Lebanon for example,were freely provided by kings from other nations. I wonder if it wasn't much like it is today, when a great man of God demonstrates great wealth and blessing many decide there must be something suspicious here, God surely does not give his people access to such wealth! Is this truly a man of God?

Also,it is so interesting the rumor and speculation about her which has surfaced over the centuries. Although it is proven by scripture that Solomon did marry a wife who was idolatrous and alien to Israel, It's hard to find facts which support that his wife was actually this Queen of Sheba. I do believe the rumor that he had a child by her is extra-biblical.

It certainly is a well written and interesting hub, and I am glad you have received so many comments on it and interest in it!

Blessings to you!

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tmbridgeland 6 years ago from Small Town, Illinois

Thanks. This was worth the read.


carren 6 years ago

This is a good story you told. It helps me understand. The bible is hard to read. You are agood storyteler.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Thanks Tmbridgeland,

You know I appreciate you taking the time to read, don't you :) ?


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Thank you Carren....

Sometimes, it takes me a while to receive and understand the lesson.

I am delighted that it benefited your understanding.

Won't you consider joining HubPages? There is a vast store of info, provided by many gifted writers. And there is room for you to express yourself and make a connection with others as well.


nicolecy2 6 years ago

and you have spoken...

from your mouth to God's ears...

what a blessing it is to call you momma...

thank you for enlightening me today.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Only three people call me " Momma", Nik, you have made my day.


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Judicastro 6 years ago from birmingham, Alabama

I truly enjoyed this hub. Thank you for the way you constructed it, it held my attention all the way through and I agree with you, that was her desire to know God. A child she could receive from any man, but Solomon was famous throughout all the land as being the wisest man and that God shone down on him. Can you imagine how great her desire must have been to have driven her to travel at such a great distance and tremendous cost. Then there are those of us that can't seem to find 5 minutes to spend with Father.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Judicastro,

First let me welcome you as a new reader, and tell you that I do appreciate you coming by my hub.

It is heartwarming to hear, that your attention was held, as I condensed this, twice! But her intense desire, was, exactly the point I was hoping to make.

Thank you, I now how that message get across, in a world accustomed to fast travel.


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tmbridgeland 6 years ago from Small Town, Illinois

Turn-about is fair play. We need to help each other out, and HubPages makes it easy to do a little bit. I read and comment on the ones that interest me. Yours do.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Tmbridgeland.......

You are so right. Sometimes, I set out to read one hub, which leads me to another, which sparks an interest in another topic.....and then the night is gone !


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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

I read th whole thing! Thanks for sharing.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Dallas93444......

What are you saying? It's too long for you?

I read all 7 chapters of your Hub, at least , I got mine all on the same page. :)


Sara Burnes 6 years ago

This is really good. You should be teaching Sunday School if you don't already.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Thank you Sara Burnes,

That is a lovely compliment, but not right now.......


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dallas93444 6 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

I grew up as a PK and there is a sense of "humor" when I read the great comments, I opted to you the "K.I.S.S. principle: keep it simple. I enjoyed. It was not too long!

You are "onegoodwoman..."


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Dallas93444,

I saw your teasing tone, we're good :)


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Jason R. Manning 6 years ago from Sacramento, California

Hi Y,

Okay, I admit I am a dense man, if I know there is going to be some big shot pagan hussy traveling 1,500 miles with a few boat loads of wealth, I doubt she wants to talk about the stars. I cannot get out of my mind the stories of Cleopatra and Caesar. “He gave of his bounty.” Hmmn, we know the euphemisms of Songs of Solomon, I guess my mind goes back in the gutter on this one. I really appreciate how you laid out this story, layer by layer. I really appreciate your thesis of what it was she came to gain. This is a good question to save for God.

God Bless you Y.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

JRM,

You naugty boy...surely there were men in Ethiopia who were "bountiful".

Caesar was not a man of God, and Cleopatra ( as history portrays her) did not seek wisdom, only wealth and power.

The Queen of Sheba, had both of these, before making her journey.

But, you are correct, it is a matter to ask God, and that is what I did :)


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Judicastro 6 years ago from birmingham, Alabama

look at you One!! you reached 100 status at only 4 weeks! Wow proud of my southern sister! You go!


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Thank you Judicastro,

It flucuates.......no one has sent anything to my bank account!


M. A. Hook 6 years ago

The queen's popular name was Makida, and one of her titles was Sheba, so it should read "the queen, Sheba..." She was the descendant of Moses by his Ethiopian wife (one of several daughters, but no sons), which was one of the "hard questions" she had for Solomon, and the treasures she brought were her dowery, as she intended to marry Solomon, and did. And, yes, she did travel down the Nile by ship then out one of the original legs of it that joined the Sea where her ships went up to Ezeon-Geber (sp?). She is referred to in places as "Solomon's Egyptian wife..." as she ruled both upper and lower Egypt. She is one of the two "Hatshepsut"s of Egyptian history, Moses' wife being the other. The word in Egyptian means "queen married to a foreigner."

She is the one Solomon built the house for in Thebes, and when her son returned from being schooled in Israel (he was there until he was about 18, when he returned to Thebes to determine his place in the Egyptian scheme of things) he returned briefly to Israel to finalize details with Solomon, since one of the army generals had technically taken over Egypt near the sea, and he would rule only the part of Egypt represented by Ethiopia.

There are two different legends about the "ark" that he allegedly stole. One says it was given to him for safekeeping by Solomon to be hidden in the "place he had prepared in the South," who knew that the nation was going into a period of great trial, and that it was housed on an island in the Queen's private lake for many generations. Another legend says it was actually a copy of the tablets upon which the covenant was written, as can be confirmed by the size and shape of the objects copied and held sacred in Ethiopia.

The "house" that Solomon built for her in Thebes was an exact replica of the temple and his private dwelling on the Temple Mount, complete with redwood trees imported by Hiram by his sailors coming across the Pacific, stopping at the Solomon Islands to resupply before traveling on the longest leg of the voyage. He planted some of the seedlings up the ascent to the temple, and others in a garden nearby. Still others were planted along the approach to the queen's house in Thebes. Solomon used some of the redwood to make harps for the temple, as they would hold their tune in the winter rains in Jerusalem without warping from the moisture. The "Harp of David" in Ireland was supposedly also made of redwood, and that is why it was given such special consideration there, as trade with the Americas ceased shortly after the death of Solomon. Archaeologists have found copper that is documented to have come from the Black Hills among the layers associated with the times of Solomon, so we know that trade was a reality, not just a claim.

Solomon originally sent her back to Egypt as his representative in trade concerning his purchase of horses and chariots to resell to nations around him and to place in his "chariot cities" in which a unit of 400 +/- chariots were stationed in each. His official excuse was that she should not be on the temple mount due to her differing religion, but considering that he was forbidden to build his dwelling on it in the first place, that excuse was just for public consumption.

When Menelek returned to Egypt he stopped in Thebes just long enough for his mother to join him, then they both moved to her place in Ethiopia, where she lived out her life and is buried. Her grave marker had fallen over and the cemetery gone to weeds some years ago. I haven't heard if it has been given to caretakers since or not.

Yours is the first hub among the many that I've read that resonated this strongly with me.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

M.A. Hook,

I do indeed, appreciate you for reading my hub. I am also curious as to how you found it, though, I am glad that you did ! I will be looking upon your blogs as well.

This is an interesting story that you have told. Not being a student of ancient history, I can not determine if you are presenting it as factual,legendary or as a combination of the two. I was also aware of the connection to the name Hatshepsut.

I did read her name in another resource as "Makida", but no where, have I seen her referred to as the " Queen Sheba", always as the Queen of Sheba.

While I find the additional information fascinating, it is not addressed in the KJV Bible, which is the account that played upon my mind.

You are obviously a talented writer and researcher, would you consider joining us at Hub Pages?


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VanHid 6 years ago from Miami, FL

wow! Im speechless


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

VanHid.........

I do hope that is a good thing !

Thanks for coming by and reading.


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VanHid 6 years ago from Miami, FL

thank you for posting such good information!


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

VanHid,

You are so welcome, I enjoy the learning!


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lea86 6 years ago

Great and wonderful to read, I love it!


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Thanks Lea86,

I am glad that you like it!

In time, it will probably be one

of my favorites also.

Thanks for reading!


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prasetio30 6 years ago from malang-indonesia

Another great hub from you. I really enjoy to read the story of the Queen Of Sheeba. Very interesting. Good work, my friend. Rating Up.

Prasetio


T. Chaashab 6 years ago

Its always beautiful to see the King of Heaven at work through his children. Well laid out article I will see out the others as well. Continue to plant the seeds of wisdom.

T. Chaashab


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Prasetio30,

Thanks for reading my hub and supporting me.

It is good to see you here, and I am glad that

you enjoyed this one.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

T.Chaashab,

What a lovely and generous commentary!

It is good to have a new reader visit.

I do appreciate you coming by, and I am delighted that

you found something to appreciate in my thoughts.

I will be looking at your site a bit later

this morning......


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jtrader 6 years ago

She was quite a determined person-her approach to getting what she wanted is a lesson in itself.


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

Jtrader.....

I wholeheartedly agree......she was determined. She made it happen.

I welcome new readers.....hope to see you again.


panguerita 6 years ago

Hello, I found your hub very interesting to read and study on. I was impressed by your eye for detail and for opening up our minds and challenging us to look deeper into scripture. I do find the question of "What did she ask?" interesting.I believe her questions had to do with verifying rumors which were circulating throughout the land because of the great wealth and power God had granted to this King. The blessing God spoke over him and his kingdom is found in 2 Chronicles 1. He was granted wealth and power as no other king of his time had seen. This temple he built was built with great amounts of gold, and much of the luxury of the interior, cedars of Lebanon for example,were freely provided by kings from other nations. I wonder if it wasn't much like it is today, when a great man of God demonstrates great wealth and blessing many decide there must be something suspicious here, God surely does not give his people access to such wealth! Is this truly a man of God?

Also,it is so interesting the rumor and speculation about her which has surfaced over the centuries. Although it is proven by scripture that Solomon did marry a wife who was idolatrous and alien to Israel, It's hard to find facts which support that his wife was actually this Queen of Sheba. I do believe the rumor that he had a child by her is extra-biblical.

It certainly is a well written and interesting hub, and I am glad you have received so many comments on it and interest in it!

Blessings to you!


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onegoodwoman 6 years ago from A small southern town Author

panguerita,

I am delighted you came!

They may have discussed it. She would have been on an extended visit. They certainly would have had time.

Thank you for your encouragement and kind words.

You are always welcome here!


HJ Rossi 5 years ago

Menelik I (originally named Ebna la-Hakim, Arabic: Al-Hakim, "Son of the Wise"), first Israelite mixed Emperor of Ethiopia, is traditionally believed to be the son of King Solomon of ancient Israel and Makeda, Queen of Sheba. He ruled around 950 BC, 200 years before the casting away of Israel in 726-22 BC, according to traditional sources. Tradition credits him with bringing the Ark of the Covenant to Ethiopia, following a visit to Jerusalem to meet his father upon reaching adulthood. According to the Kebra Nagast, King Solomon had intended on sending one son of each of his nobles and one son each of each temple priest with Menelik upon his return to his mother's kingdom. He is supposed to have had a replica made of the Ark for them to take with them. Upon the death of Queen Makeda, Menelik assumed the throne with the new title of Emperor and King of Kings of Ethiopia.

The bible tells us more concerning Solomon sins,

Neh 13:25 And I contended with them, and cursed them, and smote certain of them, and plucked off their hair, and made them swear by God, saying, Ye shall not give your daughters unto their sons, nor take their daughters unto your sons, or for yourselves. v26,(a) Did not Solomon king of Israel sin by these things?


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onegoodwoman 5 years ago from A small southern town Author

HJ Rossi,

As I have no copy of the Kebra Nagast, I appreciate your sharing with me some of its recordings.

Solomon, like many Biblical heroes, was indeed guilty of sin. The nature of mankind has not changed since the beginning, despite our progress.

This validates to me, that we are in need of HIS guidance,we have not out witted HIM.

Thank you for sharing this piece of tradition, and for taking the time to read my hub! I appreciate your coming~~


Lasser1122 5 years ago

This story is obviously one of many legends that someone cooked up over the years.

Actually, the Queen of Sheba was named Candace, and she was not black, but Persian. There was no child born to her fathered by Solomon.

The Solomon and Sheba story has been distorted for many years. The ark is not in Africa either. It is safely hidden away in Jerusalem.


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onegoodwoman 5 years ago from A small southern town Author

Lasser1122,

You have spoken.

Is this the end of the matter?


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wba108@yahoo.com 5 years ago from upstate, NY

It would be like the the President of Russia coming to the President of the United States to learn about the things of God. Oh that God would give us such favor that people would come from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of your words.


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onegoodwoman 5 years ago from A small southern town Author

wba108,

Your praise is far too great!

I do thank you for your kind words,

and for reading my hub. You are welcome

here~~


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sammyx360 4 years ago from Pakistan

i m not a best of readers but ur hub made me read all,well done .


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onegoodwoman 4 years ago from A small southern town Author

Sammyx360

Thanks for coming by, and staying long enough

to read the bub!

I do, appreciate it, and hope to see you again.


BMS67 4 years ago

Awsome!


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uzma shaheen 4 years ago from Lahore,Pakistan

excellent piece of work. this rumour of king solomon being father of son of queen sheba, always bothered me, I don't know why but it did. your hub is really very insightful it gave me the answer of my question. excellent.you really did great research and people must know about it so I am sharing it.


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MG Singh 4 years ago from Singapore

A very interesting hub. I have been interested in the queen of Sheba after I saw Solomon and Sheba on DVD.


Markos 15 months ago

The comment "God did not hide Adam's sin, He did not hide Cain's, He did not hide the sins of King David. He does not hide mine or yours, it makes no sense that He would hide Solomon's"...I feel there is mis-conception of the Bible itself here. Adam's, Cain's and David's sins are infact poor analogues to the relationship that God himself arranged between Solomon and the Queen. Infact, the mis-conception begun in blind assumption that the Queen might have been pagan. Bible clearly tells us that the Queen already knew the God of Israel as she was descendant of the union of Mosses with his Ethiopian wife. Secondly, she has demonistrated her knowledge of great questions by testing solomon himself. She was not married and their union was clearly God's inspired. That is clearly your racist view and never of God of Israel

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