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Solomon, as the “bad guy”?

Hello, God has given me something in 1 Kings 11:40 which says,

“Solomon tried to kill Jeroboam, but Jeroboam fled to Egypt, to Shishak the king, and stayed there till Solomon’s death.”

Let’s say that Solomon is the devil, because Solomon, at the moment, has sinned a lot (so have we) and in this picture he is the “bad guy”, satan comes after us, trying to bring us to his kingdom, hell, and the devil isn’t the kind of guy who really looks evil, he looks nice, and like a good guy, he even offers you an apple, nevermind that it’s from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and that God told you not to eat out of it, He just wants to be the only smart guy. Well that’s how he is, anyway, he tries to bring us to hell, but we flee (we are Jeroboam) to Egypt, or in our case, we look for help, and see that Jesus died on the cross in our place, and we run to Jesus, we flee to God, and He saves us.

Have you ever heard of “The untitled hymn”? Go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_hV8L65Rqo It fits this story, it doesn’t actually say, “Flee to Jesus” but it has things like, “fall on Jesus”, and it has “come to Jesus”.

 This is no time for dilly-dally, we need to go as fast as we can to Jesus, because He is the only one who can save us, He died on the cross for us, and He loves us.

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2 thoughts on “Solomon, as the “bad guy”?

    • Dilly dally is a term I used that meens wait around, I’m not sure if it’s an actuall word, or if I just made it up, I’m not sure, anyway, your right, we ned to flee to Jesus asap.

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