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Solomon, also called Jedidiah, was, according to the Bible, Quran, hadith and Hidden Words a fabulously wealthy and wise king of Israel and a son of David, the previous king of Israel. Wikipedia
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Video Description of The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: Kings Solomon’s Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness by Steven K. Scott:
1. The Key to Winning Every Race – DILIGENCE: 1:30
2. The Activity that creates Extraordinary Success – VISION: 2:00
3. Power Secret for Turning Dreams into Reality – HOPE: 2:40
4. The Key that opens and Door – COMMUNICATION – 3:08
5. Maximum Success in Minimum Time – EFFECTIVE PARTNERING – 3:36
6. The Happiness Secret – HAPPINESS! – 4:40
7. The Biggest Cause of Financial Loss – GREED – 5:37
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The theme of “Heaven and Earth” begins in the first verse of the BIble: “In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth.” The Bible Project is a non-profit creating animated videos that explain the narrative of the Bible. These videos are free to use for personal and educational purposes. Download a full resolution version of this video along with a study guide at http://www.jointhebibleproject.com. Support us so we can make more videos! You can give to the next video at http://www.jointhebibleproject.com. Help us translate this video into other languages. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org About the authors: Tim Mackie is a Pastor of Door of Hope church and a Professor at Western Seminary. Jon Collins is a founder of Epipheo and Sincerely Truman and a veteran explainer video producer.
We confess: our lifestyles are too busy, our focu self-centered, and our world is consumed with fear, greed, and pride. Sometimes, Lord, we react to the pains of others with a flippant, “who cares?”
Yet, in our more receptive times, when Your voice calls to our innermost beings, we know with absolute certainty two things we desperately need: To be loved and to love.
Hear us, Lord, grateful, thankful to experience occasional breakthrough moments of unconditional love.
Be with those whose hearts are broken, demoralized by life’s blows; those who mirror to us that unfairness and suffering is not lightened by past answers or avoidance, but is made bearable because of fellow travelers who truly do care, and show it.
Walk with us, God. Our trek is not always easy, our vision shortsighted, our love often hidden. May we seek the deeper places where our compassion, our joy reflect You, the God who is Love.
We love, because He first loved. (I John 4:19, NIV)
Don’t be interested only in your own life, but be interested in the lives of other people, too. (Phil 2:4 EVD)
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