Solomon constantly addressed his son in his writings, so he may very well have been writing to Rehoboam.  How tragic that the young man learned more from his father’s poor example than his written wisdom, as you’d expect.

(James: Practice what you preach.)

Now, let’s practice our detective skills.

(James: Or I could clear myself right now and admit I ate the last two slices of pizza last night.)

    No, no, James, I knew it was you.  What I want to know now regards the author of Proverbs 31.  Who might King Lemuel have really been?

-Moses-

-David-

-Hezekiah-

-Solomon-

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