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Did Solomon Go To Hell

King Solomon. Did he make it to heaven or go to hell?

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aya,

the 144,000 speaks of Israel not the world and is probably to be taken as symbolic considering the usage of numbers in Revelations. Also Christ means "anointed one", which is who Jesus is. Man chose to sin in the beginning despite what God said (God did not create Adam to sin), but God alreadly had a plain to redeem him if he did anyhow. Gods desire is not for you, me or anyone to parish, that is why Jesus gave his life for us. You can reject this if you so wish but the gift still remains.

With Solomon there is nothing spoken of about his repentance when his heart was turned away from God by his pagan wives. But in Ecc. I get the impression he did. Not something I think can be answered with certainty.
---willa5568 on 5/14/11


If Solomon went to Hell we are all going to hell. If we are all going to hell then why did Jesus die because that means his sacrifice was NOT sufficent to wash away our sins. The Bible clearly says that Jesus died for all sins.
---Scott on 5/13/11


sounds like the god of the bible is the devil, 144,000 saved, everybody else burnt in hell for eternity, does that sound like a loving god to you? dont you know jesus and christ were two differant people, jesus supported the lunatic,mass murdering god of aram, be reasonable sheeple, do you really want to go and be with someone, who would burn everyone for eternity? you lot are soooo loving
---aya on 5/12/11


King Solomon was a man of God and is in heaven as I type this. I cannot wait to meet all these great men and women of God who He used magnificently, someday. All of these men who God used to write the Holy Bible were saved.
---catherine on 8/31/10


According to 2 chr 21:7 he promised a light forever also we know that at the mouth of two or three witnesess every word can be established so in 1 kings 15:4 says nevertheless for Davids sake did he set up a lamp in Jerusalem, now solomons heart did turn but who's to say that it didn't turn back.
---andre on 8/31/10




RHONDA -- HEBREWS 9:27 and as it appointed once to die, but after this the judgment.
( After a person dies then there judge, and it does seem to be biblical)
---RICHARD on 8/8/10


Deuteronomy 29:18 Lest there should be among you man, or woman, or family, or tribe, whose heart turneth away this day from the LORD our God, to go and serve the gods of these nations...29:19 And it come to pass, when he heareth the words of this curse, that he bless himself in his heart, saying, I shall have peace, though I walk in the imagination of mine heart... 29:20 The LORD will not spare him, but then the anger of the LORD and his jealousy shall smoke against that man, and all the curses that are written in this book shall lie upon him, and the LORD shall blot out his name from under heaven.
29:21 And the LORD shall separate him unto evil out of all the tribes of Israel, according to all the curses of the covenant ...
---kirk on 8/8/10


Amen Rick

otherwise the one time event of judgment is happening every day thousands of times over when someone dies which is unbiblical
---Rhonda on 7/3/10


Then I saw God's loving eyes on His face. And God was big. Nearly filled this room....Why do you question the prophet?
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because The Father in Heaven COMMANDED those who serve HIM to question LYING mouths of mortal men

Christ WARNED that MANY (not a few) would come in his name - you are simply one of many thousands today claiming they are prophets and all have very different fantasies

Catherine when your lying fantasies are unbiblical you continue to EVADE Holy Scripture

instead following demons that poisoned your mind into believing you are a god and beyond question

Holy Scripture STATES to PROVE all things

you have proven you LIE with your hollow empty words unsupported by Holy Scripture
---Rhonda on 7/3/10


The Most High God decides on that day who will be a part of the new earth and who will pass into the lake of fire. No one but God will know who. You are a false prophet Catherine, whether you know it or not. You are being spoken to by demons. Who on this earth can know God or look on his face? Who can say that he understands. Read Romans 3.
---Rick on 7/2/10




Catherine, I have often wondered about Samson, and God's view of him. Then, I see he is mentioned in Hebrews along with others including Rahab, who was a prostitute. With all the names named in Hebrews, you would think that Solomon would be mentioned. We could see this as an oversight, but the Scriptures are Spirit breathed.

I won't argue who is going to be in God's presence and who is not, since the Final Judgment has not happened yet, nobody here can say who is in heaven and who is not.

But, your contention is only because He told you. It seems like your trying to scare us into believing you, and not compare others words to Scripture and our leading from God.
---aka.joseph on 6/22/10


KING SOLOMON IS IN HEAVEN, because [1] God said that he is and [2] all the holy men in the Bible is in heaven. Solomon wrote the book in the Bible called the "Song of Solomon". or "Song of Songs" depending on translation. and some of the proverbs. How did this rumor began? I am 100% sure that King Solomon is in heaven. And you had better be careful. All of you.
---catherine on 6/19/10


It is the Word of God that stands forever, not one's own opinion filtered through their incorrect perspective of God and the people He loves.
---Linda on 6/18/10


Whay I write, stands.
---catherine on 6/17/10


"Here is a warning, and it's in the Bible: Any person who tries to hurt someone Else's faith in Him is in danger of Hell's fires. Look it up. I seek God's council, all the time. Woa to you."

I am surprised (and sorry for Christ's sake) you do not see the three fingers pointing back at yourself or the beam in your eye.
---Linda on 6/17/10


I point blanked asked God, "Did Solomon go to heaven"? And God said, Oh yes, he belong to me". Then I saw God's loving eyes on His face. And God was big. Nearly filled this room....Why do you question the prophet?
---catherine on 6/17/10


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Catherine: in what way are you sure that the answer you receive is genuinely from God?

I do not like to question other people's faith, but your statements are made with a level of certainty that seems to be only acceptable in scriptural writings, and even those had to be checked by the fathers of the church

I think you are right, but please do not be too sure of your correctness, of it may be dangerous
---peter on 6/17/10


Dear Catherine:

I must admit that I'm more than a little concerned for you. You stated that you question The Almighty and He answers you, but as we see in the Book of Job and elsewhere, it is The Almighty that asks the questions and His faithful servants answer.

In my personal life I know of a man who claims to have the same ability as you, except he claims to be able to ask The Almighty anything and The Almighty answers immediately through possessing this man's pen in hand. Scary!
---Higgins on 6/16/10


Because God still talks to His people, today. Just like He did Moses, and others
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RECORDED in scripture otherwise True Christians would have no way of discerning truth from babbling "god talks" wild ideas fantasies many today claim ABOUT scripture Christ said MANY will come in His name with lies and deception

seeing your talks with YOUR "god" are NOT FROM the Holy Word of God ...whatever "god" you speak to is NOT the God of Abraham from scripture easy to understand your words are unsupported by scripture and you EVADE sharing scripture to support your empty words

...The Father in Heaven says PROVE all things through MY WORD not they lying mouths of flesh and blood man
---Rhonda on 6/16/10


Because God still talks to His people, today. Just like He did Moses, and others. And remember we have two obediences, [1] the word of God and [2] God directly....I ask God questions and He answers me....Here is a warning, and it's in the Bible: Any person who tries to hurt someone Else's faith in Him is in danger of Hell's fires. Look it up. I seek God's council, all the time. Woa to you.
---catherine on 6/11/10


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Edward:

Since The Almighty is the Judge and Christ is the Jury, no one on this side of The Great Judgment Seat can answer your question.

It is true that Solomon, for being the wisest man in the whole wide world, ended his life being terribly foolish.

I can tell you that whether Solomon's final destination is in Heaven or The Lake of Fire, is something we must all wait to see. I just pray that I am found faithful and acceptable before The King of Kings and Lord of Lords on that final day.
---Higgins on 6/11/10


I KNOW THAT HE WENT TO HEAVEN. I asked God point-blank.
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and scripture states all truth is contained IN GODS WORD

so please where from scripture does it state God told YOU this?

we know we are living in the end of times when MANY will come in HIS name preaching teaching mocking with lies that are unsupported by scripture

true Christians KNOW the only truth is scripture

scripture STATES no man has seen heaven

whether Solomon repented is unknown

his profound intelligence and destruction are recorded for learning not fortune telling
---Rhonda on 6/11/10


I KNOW THAT HE WENT TO HEAVEN. I asked God point-blank. And He said, "oh yes, He belong to me". Such love I could almost see God's face and eyes. Let me tell you something, when you are chosen, by God, you belong to Him. Period.
---catherine on 6/11/10


No one knows where he went and to sit and debate it is almost stupid. What is known is that there is a hell and there is a heaven and people when they die go immediately to either. Please read up on accounts of people that have been there and have lived to tell about it. The stories from hell are horrific!
---nomz on 6/10/10


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---Adetunji: yes the physical body goes to the grave. A spiritual body of the lost goes to hell and immediately suffers there.
The spiritual body of the saved are under the throne of God and go there the moment they die.
---mima on 6/7/10


Francis: No one goes to heaven or hell at death. We all go to the grave to await the resurrection. Please go and read what the Lord Jesus said in Luke 16: 19-31. Also the spirit of Moses and Elijah are not idle in their graves, they appear to the Lord Jesus on the mount of transfiguration Matt.17. We can infer that only the earthly body and bones goes to the grave. The spirit is allowed by God to be in other places good or bad until final resurrection when it reunites and wakes up not as an earthly body but an heavenly body.
---Adetunji on 6/7/10


Greater than Solomon>>>This statement must be taken in light of the Deity of Christ, rather than as a presumptuous boast.....

This statement must be taken in light of the authority of Christ who said that there is one greater than Solomon. Himself. This was not a presumptuous boast, this is the truth.

//Solomon was the wisest of all men. And he still holds this title.// This statement is a presumptuous boast that is not rooted in the Truth.
---aka.joseph on 6/3/10


Greater than Solomon>>>This statement must be taken in light of the Deity of Christ, rather than as a presumptuous boast.....Now, Jesus, I am going to brag on you a Little bit. Who could ever prophecy better than God Himself! Jesus, since you are most definitely God and you were Him in the flesh you were and still are the greatest prophet.
---catherine on 6/3/10


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//...he still holds this title. We do not have any wise men today. No where, no how. If there are some they are getting it from Satan//

I am challenging your statement and I get it from Mat 12:42 The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: for she came from the uttermost parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon, and, behold, a greater than Solomon is here.

These are Jesus' words about Himself, one "greater than Solomon".

You calling the Son of the Father that you prophecy for Satan.
---aka.joseph on 5/31/10


Solomon was the wisest of all men. And he still holds this title. We do not have any wise men today. No where, no how. If there are some they are getting it from Satan. However, Solomon was a man of God. Yes, Solomon is in heaven, even though he had his faults. I also have mine. I am a woman of God. God does not save people without weaknesses and faults. Solomon was a GREAT BUILDER. Solomon built a temple for God that David wanted to build, however, God told him, NO, because you have too much Blood on your hands.
---catherine on 5/31/10


1 kINGS 11:9 And the LORD was angry with Solomon, because his heart was turned from the LORD God of Israel, which had appeared unto him twice,
---rosalie on 5/27/10

What do you make of 1Ki 10:14?
---aka.joseph on 5/30/10


Solomon is in hell ...where ALL human beings who once lived and died ....ashes to ashes dust to dust per scripture all humans RETURN to the ground where they and beasts came from

hell is grave

if you don't believe Solomon and every other human who died then one must believe that scripture LIES saying Christ will resurrect the DEAD when he RETURNS to rule the earth

Solomon was wise enough to understand mistakes he made by disobeying ...scripture is SILENT on whether Solomon repented before his death

if thief repented to Christ on stake then one must understand Solomon and all who are CALLED have the chance to REPENT

The Father in Heaven is a GOD of mercy and grace ...salvation is gift not a right
---Rhonda on 5/29/10


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MEMA, I am not addressing this to you if you disagree. Read the whole 1 KIngs 11. I said this because the bible says so.

With regards to your verse, yes that is message of one WHO was lost remember when Solomon wrote that verse he was inspired/guided by the Holy Spirit. If the HOly Spirit left the body, the question: Is he ELECT? Remember God can use anyone according to his purpose. He can use Pharaoh, Jude for his glory but they are not save. Read carefully this verse, God appeared TWICE.

1 kINGS 11:9 And the LORD was angry with Solomon, because his heart was turned from the LORD God of Israel, which had appeared unto him twice,
---rosalie on 5/27/10


Rosalie I disagree with your conclusions because of the following verse.
Ecclesiastics Chapter 12 verse 13,"Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man." The above verse does not sound to me like something that would come from a man who was lost.
---mima on 5/26/10


yes, many books written by him just because he is wise king. I think at that time the HOly Spirit was guiding him when he wrote that book.

But let us cling to Bible alone at the end, He was worship other Gods of his wives. The 'great evidence God was so angry and divide the kingdom of Israel.

Wisdom is not salvation. Election is far beyond what he achieve like fame and power. Remember Esau, he repent and sought with tears yet he was not save.

God said As it is written, Romans 9:13 Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated. Malachi 1:3 And I hated Esau, and laid his mountains and his heritage waste for the dragons of the wilderness.
---rosalie on 5/25/10


I am by no means a Ma'am, I am a SIR, and have been that way for 41 years now.

I fail to see what the new or old covenant have to do with the question: "King Solomon. Did he make it to heaven or go to hell?"
---francis on 5/21/10


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Ma'am what I am saying is the Old Covenant is DEAD, gone, bye bye, cya. It has been replaced with the New Convenant. A "better" covenant as Gods word calls it. One that cannot be disannuled by the Law. Its power is in the sinless life, dead, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ and whether or not we place our faith in THAT for our righteousness.

The Book of Hebrews goes into great detail as to why the old covenant will not make us righteous because God found fault with US and knew we could never be saved by it. We could never KEEP the old covenant and so God made a better one. The old covenant points us to the NEW covenant in Jesus Christ.
---JackB on 5/18/10


Are you saying that the old covenant has nothing to do with life in christ, and so does not matter?
Or that no one knes for sure who will go to heaven or hell and so the discusion does not matter?
---francis on 5/18/10


Meaning, Francis, that its not something that pertains to life in Christ so all it can bring about is another fight between Christians.

Its something that will just cause more bickering amongst people that are supposed to love and encourage one another instead of spending out time trying to prove who is the smartest Christian or who is the most obedient Christian.
---JackB on 5/18/10


Good question. He would have been relegated to the Bosom of Abraham, to await the Final Judgment. God knows.
---Elaine on 5/17/10


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Solomon was under the first covenant (which is dead). I dont even know why yall are talking about this like it applies to us today.
---JackB on 5/15/10

I am not sure what you mean by this?
---francis on 5/17/10


Solomon was under the first covenant (which is dead). I dont even know why yall are talking about this like it applies to us today.
---JackB on 5/15/10


He was saved....One of the GREAT lessons Solomon gives to us: That only as we continue to walk with the Lord will we find life meaningful and be fulfilled....The book of "Ecclesiastes", was likely written by Solomon, "REVEALS THE MISERY HE FELT AS HE DRIFTED FURTHER AND FURTHER FROM GOD".And, also, he is the writer of "The Song of Songs". Many of his wise sayings are preserved in the "Book of Proverbs". Solomon paid a high personal price for his apostasy, you see it in the book of [NEH. 13: 26,27].
---catherine on 5/14/10


1 kings 11:4 For it came to pass, when Solomon was old, that his wives turned away his heart after other gods: and his heart was not perfect with the LORD his God, as was the heart of David his father.

1 Kings 11:11 Wherefore the LORD said unto Solomon, Forasmuch as this is done of thee, and thou hast not kept my covenant and my statutes, which I have commanded thee, I will surely rend the kingdom from thee, and will give it to thy servant.

These verses shows that King Solomon was not saved. Although he was filled with wisdom it does not mean he is elect. His heart does not turned to the Lord.



---rosalie on 5/13/10


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There are two very similar blogs at this time: One is asking did Solomon go to hell, the other is asking did Adan go to heaven The answer to both is the same.

The answer is:
No one goes to heaven or hell at death. We all go to the grave to await the resurrection.
---francis on 5/13/10


Acts 2:29 Men [and] brethren, let me freely speak unto you of the patriarch David, that he is both dead and buried, and his sepulchre is with us unto this day.

Acts 2:34 For David is not ascended into the heavens: but he saith himself, The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou on my right hand,


No one goes to heaven or hell at death.
Solomon and david are in the very same place as hitler and buddah.

They are all in thier graves rotting away.

they are all: ...dead and buried, and their sepulchre is with us unto this day
---francis on 5/13/10


During the time of Rehoboam's reign we are told in 2 Chron. 11:16 the Levites who set their hearts to seek God came to Jerusalem... In the following verse (17) it says they walked in the way of David and Solomon. Since this is after the death of Solomon and the Levites who sought God followed in the way of Solomon it must mean that Solomon repented.
---Cherie on 5/13/10


This is a great example of what it means not to JUDGE someone, we are to judge people by what they say, (out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.)
We should never Judge if someone goes to one side of the gulf or the other,
but do judge by what comes out of their mouth if you should be hanging around them or not.
---larry on 10/12/09


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Mark Eaton~
Thanks for the kind words! I doubt that I'll come on here so actively again like I once did. I'm so glad God showed me this site though since it reawakened an even stronger passion for God inside of me, and I did learn an amazing amount about different people's views here. I'm sure you feel the same, even though I agree there are some aspects that are not so appealing.

Please google 'Paul Washer' and check out his sermons...he's a minister that both you and I would think was definitely preaching the exact truths of God. I am almost ready to mail him a few things. I hope God will use him in a mighty way in this dark day. You both look at sports the same ways etc.

Thanks for the encouragement and God bless!
---Anne on 10/12/09


Anne:

Nice to see you posting again.

I think I understand why you took a break.

There seem to be many angry voices here that want to drown out the truth. I pray that we do not become so confused that this venue is corrupted and becomes worthless.

As you know, I recently posting here thinking that it would be "fun" to discuss backyard theology with other believers. I am becoming disillusioned about the "fun" here.

Stand strong, having girded yourself with truth, the truth of God's word.
---Mark_Eaton on 10/11/09


Both of the David responses below are correct. (David and David2)
---Anne on 10/11/09


Bryan~ Please share with me the scripture that supports your theory.
---Anne on 10/11/09


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Speking for myself, I wouldn't want to sleep with even one porcupine - ouch!

Soloman repented and will be in the first resurrection.
---jerry6593 on 10/10/09


Please do not dwell on this issue, it should not be important to you. You maybe aware of Moses issue too. The devil was thinking Moses should be with him after-life but God had forgiven Moses before he died. What is more important according to the Lord Jesus Christ is that we should take care that our own errors do not take us to Hell(THE BEAM), the errors of others are regarded as inconsequential to us(THE SPECK) Matthew 7: 3-5.
---Adetunji on 10/9/09


Solomon knew ALL that God had commanded through his ancestors. As the wisest man ever he knew the warnings shouted at the Jordan, and he knew the law of God. If you teach otherwise, you are leading the children who look up to you directly into sin. Solomon blasphemed the Spirit and if you believe Jesus, you know such abomination is unforgivable, no matter how "blessed" one may be. If you are His, you will know His voice, you will turn away from everything that is not entirely directed by Christ and be set free from the curse of the "wisdom" of man, that some of you here want to view as a blessing that can erase the 10 commandments AND the Gospel of Christ. Woe...
---Kay on 10/7/09


When Jesus died on the cross, the bible teaches us that He went down into Hades and preached the gospel to everyone who had died before He had come. Now if Solomon had been lost, do you think he believed when he saw Jesus down there preaching? Solomon had more wisdom than any man in history, and God's gifts are irrovocable. If he was down there you better believe He heard the voice of his Shepherd! Amen!
---Bryan on 2/6/09


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To say that a narrator wrote Ecclesiasts will need more proof than simply use of third person. Moses used third person referring to himself all throughout the Pentateuch. I have often mulled this question over with no clear answer. The account of King Solomon's apostatsy in 1 Kings is a general overview of the period at the end of his life. Ecclesiastes is his thoughts at the end of his life and where it lead him. I believe, based on the closing capter of Eccl. that he is most likely in heaven, but truly only God knows for sure.
---Clark on 11/18/08


Solomon committed apostasy at the end of his life. Eccl 1:1-11 & 12:8-14 are the words of a narrator. The middle is Solomon's autobiography (notice shift from 1st person to 3rd person to 1st person). The 1st section is the narrators summary of Solomon's feelings & the last is the narrator's correction of Solomon's wrong thinking.
---David_2 on 11/18/07


Edward and Robert,

2 verses:
2sam 12:24 And David comforted Bathsheba his wife, and went in unto her, and lay with her: and she bare a son, and he called his name Solomon: and the LORD loved him.

Mal 3:6 For I am the LORD, I change not, therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.

If the Lord ever once loved one, he loves them forever, and they do not go to hell.

That's my opinion for what it's worth.
---trey on 11/13/07


God made a judgment against King Solomon for the evil that Solomon did by following after strange gods and building altars to them. The judgment was that the Kingdom was to be taken out of his hands. A prophet told Jeroboam that he would receive ten of the twelve tribes. For this, Solomon sought to kill Jeroboam. There was no mention of repentance by Solomon up till his death.
---David on 11/11/07


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Solomon is not mentioned in Hebrews 11, I heard a preacher, say Solomon went to Hell, what do u think?
---Robert_Gant on 5/28/07


Scott: I didn't hear or smell a thing. If you're the only one aware of it, well... :/
---Leon on 1/13/07


There you all go again. Passing judgement.
---Scott on 1/8/07


hahahahah..m soooooooooo glad it made some laugh which was intended....wooow r some men in the eastern countries today still like that???? 1000 women to service...Lord have mercy
---billy on 1/8/07


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"Okay, I'll take the bait! " 700 wives and about 300 porcupines ."? Billy!!! Either your sense of humor is as warped as mine or you're suffering from advanced Archie Bunkerism. Hilarious!" :D -Leon

LOL!! Wonderful, just wonderful!!! I needed a good laugh!
---Kay on 1/7/07


Okay, I'll take the bait! " 700 wives and about 300 porcupines ."? Billy!!! Either your sense of humor is as warped as mine or you're suffering from advanced Archie Bunkerism. Hilarious! :D
---Leon on 1/6/07


He didnt go to heaven but will when Christ returns. He publicly repented of his wrongs when he realised it then wrote the book of Ecclesiastes to review his pursuit of what really was important in his life and ended saying "Fear God and give glory to Him".He had about 700 wives and about 300 porcupines
---billy on 1/5/07


I believe He did and when he realised that he had fallen by the wayside badly, he repented and publicly..God says He forgive anyone who come to Him in repentence so yes. This is showing us no matter how ugly your sins are, He stil forgives..If you have murdered and repented, He will 4give praise Him...arent we so lucky to have a just God.
---mam on 1/4/07


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Yes indeed, it's a really strange, morbid fascination some bloggers have Jack. :)

I too believe the same Mima.

Same to you & yours John!!!

I agree Rick. God knows the hearts of us all. I'd rather believe the Preacher (Ecc. 1:1, King Solomon) was wise enough (2 Chr. 1:10) to also judge/examine himself (2 Cor. 13:5), repent of his sins & return to the faith of his father (King David) before he died.
---Leon on 1/4/07


Robert, That's a very strong statement. No one but God knows for sure.
---Rick on 1/2/07


Hell. One of the core belief in christianity is that what matters is what you think about God when you die and as such Solomon left the true faith to believe in idols, he died with this belief.
---Robert on 1/2/07


I don't know where he went. Only God knows, but I hope he is with God. I guess by being a child of God I hope the best for people. God bless you all and have a wonderful New Year.
---John on 1/1/07


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Heaven. Are you asking because of all the women trouble, many wives and concubines?
---R.A. on 12/16/06


I believe these of the words of a man that went to heaven. I refer to Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man."

For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.
---Mima on 12/16/06


Why do some people here like to wonder who went to heaven and who didn't?
---Jack on 12/16/06


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