The King That Had It All

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January 8, 2017  //  Research shows that if you put a frog into boiling water, it will jump out. If you put a frog in lukewarm water and turn up the burner, you can literally cook the frog to death. The frog story is a metaphor for Solomon, King David’s son by Bathsheba. Solomon was a frog who could jump over any lily pad; who had the blue-blood of royalty; who was a frog any princess would kiss (and 700 of them actually did). But Solomon crawled himself into lukewarm water and by the end, his life was cooked. Solomon started strong, got into the pot, and ended poorly. 1 Kings 3:5, 9-11; 11:9-13

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