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HOBO-A and the friend had by chance met in
the park again. It had been some time since the
last encounter of meeting. HOBO-A had a gold
ring on his right hand. The friend noticed
the ring and made comment of it's beauty. The
friend said, it reminded him of King Solomon.

The friend told HOBO-A, that King Solomon was
like the Gold crown of all the kings of Israel.
Wealth of gold, majesty and wisdom, bestowed by GOD
upon him from prayer, to lead the people. King Solomon
built a house for GOD and himself. Gold was all
over the the structure to enhance it's beauty.

People reveled in King Solomon for his wisdom and
understanding. Great feasts were held, all the
drinking vessels were of Gold. Gold was given
as gifts to King Solomon. Truly a crown of GOD'S
glory upon Israel. King Solomon prayed to GOD.

GOD, told King Solomon to keep his laws and statutes.
If not the kingdom would be taken away. King Solomon
had seven hundred wives, [an ear full for sure]
and three hundred concubines. King Solomon was
lead away from GOD by his wives. They turned
his heart away from GOD to other god's. He built
altars and high places for them and worshiped
them and was not perfect in the eye's of GOD,
as his father David.

GOD, let King Solomon rein for forty years as
the time in the wilderness after escaping Egypt.
Then an adversary HA-DAD came into play. Slowly
the kingdom went down hill. So,you see HOBO-A,
you can have the GOLD, but you must keep GOD'S
laws and commandments. Curses from GOD come
upon the breakers of GOD'S laws.

Your looking better HOBO-A, more so than the,
LITTLE COOL CHICKEN MAN, that took me away
the last time I saw you. Without memory, HOBO-A
asked the friend who was, LITTLE COOL CHICKEN




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