Bible Cross References
the Preacher
Ecclesiastes 1:12
I, the Philosopher, have been king over Israel in Jerusalem.
Ecclesiastes 7:27
Yes, said the Philosopher, I found this out little by little while I was looking for answers.
Ecclesiastes 12:8-10
Useless, useless, said the Philosopher. It is all useless.
But because the Philosopher was wise, he kept on teaching the people what he knew. He studied proverbs and honestly tested their truth.
The Philosopher tried to find comforting words, but the words he wrote were honest.
Nehemiah 6:7
and that you have arranged for some prophets to proclaim in Jerusalem that you are the king of Judah. His Majesty is certain to hear about this, so I suggest that you and I meet to talk the situation over."
Psalm 40:9
In the assembly of all your people, LORD, I told the good news that you save us. You know that I will never stop telling it.
Isaiah 61:1
The Sovereign LORD has filled me with his Spirit. He has chosen me and sent me To bring good news to the poor, To heal the broken-hearted, To announce release to captives And freedom to those in prison.
Jonah 3:2
He said, "Go to Nineveh, that great city, and proclaim to the people the message I have given you."
2 Peter 2:5
God did not spare the ancient world, but brought the flood on the world of godless people; the only ones he saved were Noah, who preached righteousness, and seven other people.
Ecclesiastes 1:12
I, the Philosopher, have been king over Israel in Jerusalem.
1 Kings 11:42
He was king in Jerusalem over all Israel for forty years.
1 Kings 11:43
He died and was buried in David's City, and his son Rehoboam succeeded him as king.
2 Chronicles 9:30
Solomon ruled in Jerusalem over all Israel for forty years.
2 Chronicles 10:17-19
leaving Rehoboam as king only of the people who lived in the territory of Judah.
Then King Rehoboam sent Adoniram, who was in charge of the forced labor, to go to the Israelites, but they stoned him to death. At this, Rehoboam hurriedly got in his chariot and escaped to Jerusalem.
Ever since that time the people of the northern kingdom of Israel have been in rebellion against the dynasty of David.