If King Solomon had accepted the name Jedidiah 'beloved of God' that was given him at birth, he would have asked to live in God's House with the request that God granted him to be made. When God puts His name on you, just as the priestly blessing says, then you have a name from God that comes from His eternal dwelling. In the judgement of sin, the curse on Adam says that he will return to that from which he came, the ground. Which is very important in viewing redemption, in the returning to that from which you came. When God gives you a name, then you are identified as a person returning to the source 'God' from who that name came, and the judgement on Adam is turned around for you, to a blessing from God.
If King Solomon/ Jedidiah had asked to live in God's House, his labor would not have been in vain. His name that God gave him at birth would have been returning to that from which it came, and upon entering that House known as the beloved of God, he would have known where to lead the people and the priests could have given the priestly blessing to the people upon entrance at Jedidiah's invitation, bringing in all the jewels represented on his vestment. Instead of that, it says the glory of God was so great the priests could not stand in the presence to do their duties, as there was no inviting stance they could share with the people at the dedication, as they all, including Solomon went back to their own homes after that. All the temporary housing could have been done away with, for a permanent home with the One True God and the Life he shares. And God's House eternally enlarged for accomodation delivering past the physical barrier, just as the physical barrier was brought down when the Israelites entered the land God promised to Abraham at the falling of the wall of Jericho, as God opened the gate completely to them. The yearling lamb that was sacrificed and blood sprinkled on the Altar was accepted by God past the physical barrier on the Day of Atonement, the one who makes intercession for you and died a most gracious death. The same way the barrier of being slaves in Egypt was brought down in the Covenant of the Firstborn. Just as Abel's actions and accepting God's judgements, all point to the mercy seat and the Messiah, just as his blood that cried out from the ground, cried out for mercy on his brother Cain and his life was both spared and protected by the mark God placed on him. Abel made intercession for him, and after the flood it says that there will be an accounting for your lifeblood..., because Lamech said to his wives; listen to me wives of Lamech, hear my words I have killed a man for wounding me, a young man for injuring me. If Cain is avenged seven times, then Lamech seventy-seven times. Justifying himself for muder and making intercession for himself in the name of Cain, while overlooking all the murdered.
It says the last enemy to be destroyed is Death.
The High Priest King Melchizedek blessed God and Abram together in observance and after that God placed His name on Abram and called him Abraham. As Abraham was given a name from God and origin to respond to when called. Just as the water was never under any curse and in the flood the whole earth was covered with water that was never under any curse, the redeeming of the curse on the ground comes first and then names from God. Even though we still live in the realm of the knowledge of good and evil, life and death on the ground and in the atmosphere here, still produce that and even people seeking to make a name for themselves as they did at the tower of Babel which went against Noah's blessing of Shem. God turned that around when he named Abram, Abraham and he and Sarah birthed a child both promised by God and given a name from God 'Isaac' from the announcement of conception..........
I am just looking at all the stones the builders rejected.. As they form the foundation of the House I am looking at. Where there is no place for self-glorification. Lucifer the son of the dawn viewed first light as self-glorification as that is the view he perpetraited on the woman. I see the Life God shared, birthed and glorified from the start in first light, the womb of the dawn. Other-wise or serpent wise, it is empty light.