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  • When Solomon grew old his wives swayed his heart to other gods; and his heart was not wholly with Yahweh his God as his father David's had been. (1 Kings 11, 4)

  • He did the same for all his foreign wives, who offered incense and sacrifice to their gods. (1 Kings 11, 8)

  • "Your silver and gold are mine. Your wives and children remain yours." ' (1 Kings 20, 3)

  • The messengers came again, this time they said, 'Ben-Hadad says this, "I have already sent you an order to hand over your silver and your gold, your wives and your children; (1 Kings 20, 5)

  • The king of Israel summoned all the elders of the country and said, 'You can see clearly how this man intends to ruin us. He has already demanded my wives and my children, although I have not refused him my silver and gold.' (1 Kings 20, 7)

  • Ashhur, father of Tekoa, had two wives: Helah and Naarah. (1 Chronicles 4, 5)

  • Jokim, the men of Cozeba, Joash and Saraph where Moab found wives and then returned to Bethlehem. (These are old traditions.) (1 Chronicles 4, 22)

  • Shaharaim had children in the Plains of Moab after he had dismissed his wives, Hushim and Baara. (1 Chronicles 8, 8)

  • David took more wives in Jerusalem and fathered more sons and daughters. (1 Chronicles 14, 3)

  • Rehoboam loved Maacah daughter of Absalom, more than all his other wives and concubines. He had in fact a total of eighteen wives and sixty concubines and fathered twenty-eight sons and sixty daughters. (2 Chronicles 11, 21)

  • and acted wisely by distributing his sons throughout the territories of Judah and Benjamin, some in each fortified town, where he provided plenty of food for them and found them wives. (2 Chronicles 11, 23)

  • but Abijah grew stronger than ever; he married fourteen wives and fathered twenty-two sons and sixteen daughters. (2 Chronicles 13, 21)


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