Jezebel Research Paper

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When King Solomon’s heart was turned away from the living God to idol, and the Lord vowed to take away the kingdom of Israel away from him only living the tribe of Judah to Solomon’s offspring because of his father David (1 Kings 11:4-13). When Solomon died, the united kingdom of Israel was divided into two kingdoms under king Rehoboam’s reign, Solomon’s son. The tribe of Judah and Benjamin became the kingdom of Judah, while the other ten tribes of Israel, became the northern kingdom, and was governed by Jeroboam the son of Nebat who reigned over the ten tribes known as the house of Israel (1 kings 12:1-25).
When Rehoboam the son of Solomon died, his son Asa became the king of Judah, while Omri became the king over the rest of the
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Jezebel was the one who executed the prophets of God, and she was also the one who executed Naboth and took over his land, and gave it to her husband Ahab (1 Kings 18:13; 21:1-19). Ahab was very close to his Canaanite in-laws through which he was fully introduced into idolatry. The Lord said that he did abominable things in going after idols, as had the Amorites, whom the Lord cast out before the Israelites. Here the bible told us the reason God cast out the Canaanites and gave their land to the Israelites, was because of idol worship. However, Ahab repented, but the Lord said that He will bring evil against his family after his death, and not before him (1 kings 21:25-29; Revelation 2:20-23). When Ahab and Jezebel were married, they had two sons and one daughter together who were mixed black Hamitic Canaanite and Hebrew Semitic bloodline, whose names were Ahaziah, Jehoram-Joram, and Athaliah (1 Kings 22:40, 51-52; 2 Kings 1:17; 3:1; 8:18). In this Biblical story, we came to known that Jezebel who was a full blood Canaanite became a queen who ruled all the children of Israel, however, their evil came to an end when the Lord put an end to their lives (1 Kings 21:23; 22: 34-35; 2 kings 9:8,
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