This is the story of "Bilikisu Sungbo", who according to the Ijebu people was the Queen of Sheba, and was buried at "Oke-Eri" in Ogun State. Bilikisu Sungbo was a wealthy, intelligent and industrious woman in "Ijebuland" (Ogun State).
King Solomon was one of the great kings that the Israelites ever had who walked with God. Right from the beginning of his reign over the kingdom till virtually the end of it, Solomon's reign was eventful and filled with experiences. From settling of conflicts to attending to kingdom matters that concerned Israel and other neighboring nations.
We can all relate to the biblical figure, Queen of Sheba, daughter of Ilsharah Yahdib, the Himyarite king of Najran from Ethiopia according to the scholar, Al Hamdani. The legend of the Queen of Sheba is one of history’s more fertile legends; over time, the stories differd from the Jews, Islamic, Arabian and other many interpretations. As a result of this, accounts of her life differ depending on who’s telling the story. But the most widely accepted is the biblical version. In the biblical accounts, she
The Story of The First Son of King Solomon and Queen Sheba Who Became Ethiopia's First Emperor The Bible and history go hand in hand to some extent. To some, the book was compiled by those who were gifted in the art of storytelling, while to others, the stories within it aren't at all a fairytale, but a description of the current world by those who lived in the moment. You may belong to these sets of people but one thing remains obvious, some parts of the Bible are historically accurate and have been proven
Queen Makeda of Sheba visit to King Solomon Note: all pictures are sourced from Google, and not the original pictures of the characters, therefore, they are used for illustrative purposes King Solomon, according to the Holy Scripture and the Jewish history, married 700 wives, and equally have 300 concubines. However, over the years, traditional Ethiopian scholars added that the women own by King Solomon weren't 1000, but 1001 wives.They added that the Queen of Sheba who was clearly talked about in the Bible,
You might have heard or read about the wealthy queen who visited the King of Israel, King Solomon in the Bible. Although much was not recorded about her, it was recorded that she was the wealthiest woman during her time and she was a wife to King Solomon who was the king in Israel during that time.
The last emperor of Ethiopia Hailie Selassie i, that was overthrown in 1975 was a renown world leader with a lot of influence. He was the last emperor from the solomonic dynasty which traced its lineage, from Emperor Menelik 1, an offspring of the Union between ,the biblical King Solomon and Queen of Sheba. The date of his coronation ,Nov 2, 1930 was a landmark event, in the history of Africa. Every year, Rastas all over the world commemorate November 2nd as a holy day, in honor of the late Emperor. Rastas regard
The story goes this way: “Queen of Sheba bore King Solomon a son “Menelik” on her journey home to Ethiopia. She had gone to pay the WISE King a visit.” The story says - aged 20, Menelik went to visit his father, the wise King. Then on his journey home to Ethiopia, the next amazing thing happened!! Unbeknownst to Menelik, who was at the time accompanied by the firstborn sons of some Israelite nobles, the nobles had stolen the Ark & carried it with them to Ethiopia. BUT, when Menelik got to know of this
The Relationship Between Enoch, Solomon, Queen Sheba and Africa Jews of Ethiopia have long believed they were descended from King Solomon through the mysterious queen of Sheba .
Nollywood actress, scriptwriter and director, Chinasa Chukwu Ahaneku also known as chinny or Alice although not too famous, rose to fame after starring in the movie " Alice my first lady" in 2006.She was born in Enugu State, Nigeria and she began acting in 1999.
FRIDAY, 29 JANUARY Text: 1 Kings 10: 1–13 TOPIC: Let God be glorified. The Queen of Sheba heard about King Solomon’s wealth and wisdom and decided to visit and confirm things for herself. At the end, she testified that what she heard was not even half of the reality she saw on ground. She also saw and heard enough of the worship of Jehovah in the kingdom that she acknowledged and ascribed King Solomon’s success to the God of Israel. The Queen said: “Praise be to the Lord your God, who has delighted
Please kindly do me a favour by clicking on the follow button above, liking and sharing this article thanks. Hello great viewers, I will be sharing with you amazing throwback pictures of Amanda Rodgers And her dog, Sheba, after she got married in 2014. Amanda Rodgers kissed a few frogs on her way to true love but Amanda Rodgers has found wedded bliss… with her dog. For the 47-year-old British divorcee has married her loyal pet terrier called Sheba. They became a couple in front of 200 people in Split, Croatia,
One day Prophet Solomon set out to find a hoopoe bird, which could detect water under the ground. He sent signals all over the hoopoe to call on him, but it was nowhere to be found. In anger, he declared that unless the bird had a good reason for its absence, he would punish it severely.
Finding and getting a perfect and suitable name for your new born baby is one of the most important decision you get to make as a mother and as a parent. Here are some beautiful and really unique names for Muslim parents specially for their female children that starts with B. 1. Barika The first on my list is Barika. I especially love this name and it's pronunciation. Barika means "blossom" in Arabic. 2. Bilquis Bilquis is a very popular and common Muslim name in the Western countries. This name means "the
4 most powerful queens of Africa's history. 1) The queen Amina of Zaria: she was a powerful warrior from Amina Mohamud was a Hausa warrior queen of the city - state Zazzau and was trained by her grandfather. She was a very powerful queen born in the 16th century. She was from the present day Northern region of Nigeria. 2) The queen Sheba: she was said to be someone who is very strong after she was able to survive a battle with the serpent King called Arwe. In Ethiopia's 14th century royal epic, she was said
Why would a man consume pages of from the Bible? the last time I checked the word of God was meant to be read and not eating. Thought to be a descendant of the legendary Queen of Sheba and King Solomon, Menelik II of Ethiopia, was born on August 17, 1844, in Ankober, Shewa, Ethiopia and was baptized as Sahle Mariam. He was said to be a man of unswerving passion and purpose, who was said to have escaped the enemy clutches after 10 years of imprisonment and declared himself head of Shewa. He was said to have married
TEXT: 1 KINGS 10: 9 – 21 TOPIC: GOD HAS A PURPOSE FOR EVERYONE HE CALLS Because King Solomon was famous, almost every monarch in his days sought audience with him.
Women enjoy relationships they started, they see it as a great achievement when they woo men and win their love. This truth is what most of them will not reveal to you particularly in a society where open expression of love by women is frowned at. When a woman come in contact to a man that attracts her, her subconscious mind immediatelly alarts her instinct to make a move by wooing the man. And that happens when thesame subconscious mind might have revealed to her all the needed qualities possessed by the man
Some people say, “Better be late, than never”, others say, “Better never that be late”. These assumptions are paramount in the attitudes of many Christians. The word Lateness is not specifically mentioned in the Bible but there are circumstances in which people are delayed in their given assignment or appointment. The Bible has answers to every question one may ask. The book of Second Samuel 20: 4-12 points out some dangers of lateness to assignment. Amasa was commanded by King David to fetch Sheba who
One famous hoopoe from the world of birds knew it's Lord,Allah (SWT) says of Solomon( alayhi solatuh wasalam): ' And he took attendance of the birds and said, " why do I not see the hoopoe amongst you or is he among the absent one's? I will surely punish him with a severe punishment or slaughter him unless he brings me a clear authorization." But the hoopoe stayed not that long and said, "I have encompassed that which you have not encompassed, and I have come to you from Sheba with a particular news. Indeed,