Jehoram of Israel

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  • Queen Athaliah Short Story

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    did not know was that queen she so feared was her very own grandmother. Jehosheba knew this woman all too well. Athaliah was the daughter of Ahab and Jezebel, the previous king of Israel. After the death of her father, her own husband Jehoram became king. Now that filled her heart with delight! She was a queen! “Jehoram!” she said one day in anger, “I want to lead a nation, I do not want to lead you!” Her husband, she thought, was insufferable weak-kneed fool. It was with very little sadness that

  • What Does It Mean For A Monument As A Leader?

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    The Tel Dan inscription was found at Tel Dan, Israel, in 1993-4 near the site’s fortifications and dates approximately to the ninth or eighth centuries BCE (Biran and Naveh 1995, 1). It is the oldest royal inscription written in an alphabetic script found in modern Israel (Na 'aman 2000, 93) and details the exploits of Hazael, ruler of Aram, and is famous for naming King Ahaziah of Judah as a descendent of

  • Judah Chapter Eight Summary

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    Tullock begins chapter eight by discussing Rehoboam’s reign and the other kings of Judah. Considered to be unsuccessful, Rehoboam is known for dealing with the revolt of Israel and facing issues with the Shishak of Egypt. Abijam and Asa of Judah have been depicted as father and son and also brother by interpretations found in 1 Kings 15. 2 Chronicles clears some confusion by altering Abijam’s name to Abijah, and Abijah is known for military skill and capturing Bethel, Jeshanah, and Ephron. Asa is

  • Timeline Old Testament Essay

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    Israelites from Moabites. Shamgar – next judge of Israel. * Delivered them from Philistines. Deborah – 21 Century B.C. * First female judge. * She led Israel to victory against Sisera * Had Jael killed Sisera with a tent stake. * She defeated the Canaanites. * The song of Deborah is still sung today. Gideon 12 Century B.C. * Conquered the Midianite’s army. * Led Israel into forty years of peace. *

  • Jezebel Research Paper

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    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)

  • Story Of Elijah's God

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    Elisha died but his influence remained in a number of ways. God’s power was shown when a dead man’s body was tossed into the grave of Elisha and came in contact with Elisha’s bones. The dead man was revived and jumped to his feet. The miracle showed Israel once more that if they would have not rejected the words Elisha spoke on behalf of God, God would have been extremely gracious and merciful to His people. Elijah was a very hated man in the Ahab family. He had great courage and boldness to always

  • Historical Descendants from the Old Testament: Jesus Christ and the Tribe of Judah

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    The two wives and their maid servants gave Jacob twelve sons. The twelve sons formed the twelve tribes of Israel. The twelve tribes sons comprised of, Judah, Benjamin, Reuben, Naphtali, Issachar, Zebulun, Simeon, Dan, Gad, Asher, Ephraim and Manasseh(Young J.E. 108). The northern and southern Kingdoms of Israel came to be, after there was a disagreement among the twelve tribes of Israel. Ten of the twelve tribes formed the Northern Kingdom. Two of the twelve tribes formed the southern Kingdom

  • Solomon 's Strengths And Weaknesses

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    wisdom that God bestowed upon him due to his obedience. My beliefs of this type of commitment are that God granted him specific skills to allow him to be knowledgeable to build and oversee this mission. King Solomon desired for the people of the Israel descendants to pray or repent for God to accept their apology for their shortcoming or sins and those they would try to serve him in a more heartfelt manner. Their belief of these modifications within their lifestyle would have permitted them to hear

  • Solomon 's Strengths And Weaknesses

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    wisdom that God bestowed upon him due to his obedience. My beliefs of this type of commitment are that God granted him specific skills to allow him to be knowledgeable to build and oversee this mission. King Solomon desired for the people of the Israel descendants to pray or repent for God to accept their apology for their shortcoming or sins and those they would try to serve him in a more honest manner. Their belief of these modifications within their lifestyle would have permitted them to hear

  • Kings David and Solomon: from 10th Century B.C.E. to Present Day Controversy

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    Jerusalem and made it the capitol of the new United Kingdom of Israel “thenceforward to be honored as the City of David” (2 Samuel, 1997, pp. 505-555; Eban, 1999, p. 47). Moving the capitol to Jerusalem was an ingenious move on David’s part since it placed him geographically between the northern tribes of Israel and the former Judah. This also unified the Hebrew nation politically since Jerusalem was a fresh start, not being formerly of Israel or Judah. In order to unify the nation religiously David

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