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  • Analysis Of The Book ' Collis Potter '

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    Collis Potter Huntington was a man who was known for his nonstop ambition, great railroad builder and an extraordinary financier. Many people know him as part of “The Big Four” or the man who was involved in the transcontinetal railroads. The transcontinental railroads was Huntington’s prodigious project of his lifetime, but he had his hand in a little bit of every business in the United States. Huntington’s ambition did not let him stop after his success with the transcontinental railroad, he kept

  • Analysis Of Psalms 78 By Psalm 78

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    Throughout this Psalm the reader is reminded of Gods divine power, and the past miracles that have been bestowed on the Israelites. The third and final reminder comes at the end of the Psalm, where the people are reminded that God handpicked the tribe of Judah, and handpicked David. This reminds the people to never forget they are the chosen people and God handpicked them. All three of these themes combine to produce the authors message-- As long as we trust in God we will be ok, we are the chosen people

  • Literary Context Of ' King Hezekiah Of Judah '

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    God is. The passage is a simple prayer of King Hezekiah of Judah. And this passage is placed right between 2 King 19 which seems to be the middle of the story of King Hezekiah of Judah but this is the pivotal point of the story. In addition, the passage shows the most critical and difficult state for Hezekiah. He is cornered in by Sennacherib and there is no way out. 2 Kings 19:1-7 is about prophet Isaiah encouraging Hezekiah that Judah will not be delivered by the hand of Sennacherib. And 2 Kings

  • The Kingdoms Of Judah And Israel

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    The Kingdoms of Judah and Israel from ca. 922 to 586 BCE have a significant impact not only on the Jewish tradition, but also on the history of Ancient Israel and its development, therefore it is important to discuss their political structure and influence. To discuss the political structure and developments of this period modern scholars refer to as the divided monarchy in Ancient Israel, there must first be a discussion of the political and religious factors that bring about the unification and

  • The Rule Of The King

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    After the failure of the Judges, “Israel desired a king, so they could be like all other nations.” (1Sam 5:8 paraphrased) Creating a United Monarchy meant many changes would have to take place. At the time Israel had been theocracy and God was their King, however the elders had a different plan. They wanted a king, even if it meant rejecting God. God told Samuel to listen to the people, appoint them a king, but make sure they understand what the king who reigns over them will do Samuel explained

  • David And Solomon Essay

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    stucture that was conceptualized by his father to be a deterrent against the paganism, which infested the land. Yet, it seemed as if several of Solomon’s policies actually encouraged paganism rather than deter it. King David, a member of the tribe of Judah was chosen by God to lead his people. As everyone knows, he proved by his wise choices to be a very effective leader. As a great military strategist David united the tribes and extended the national boundaries so that in his time Israel enjoyed a greater

  • Old Testament Exegetical Paper – Isaiah 62

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    The prophet Isaiah lived in the Southern Kingdom of Judah in the 3rd century B.C. He had a reputation as an uncompromising prophet who did not soften his words of condemnation and urge to make changes (Stafford 616). The nation of Judah stood in a precarious position: the wickedness of the people, the civil war which divided the Israelites into two kingdoms of Judah and Israel, the neighboring countries which stood by, threatening war and the dilemma that faced the leaders about whether or not they

  • Essay on Hosea

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    Hosea Hosea (c.784 - c.725 BC) After the death of King Solomon, the united tribes of Israel split into 2 kingdoms - the southern kingdom of "Judah," with the capital remaining at Jerusalem, and the northern kingdom of "Israel," with the capital at Samaria. The northern kingdom lasted just over 200 years before they were conquered and taken away into exile by the Assyrians. They never returned, and have become known to history as the "Lost Ten Tribes of Israel." The southern kingdom lasted

  • The Five Covenants : The Davidic, Noahic, Abrahamic, Mosaic, And The New

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    upon the promise that God made to David through the prophet Nathan. In Samuel 2:7 God made the covenant without conditions with David and Israel as well. The covenant states that the Savior would come from the line of David and from the tribe of Judah. It states that David’s kingdom would last and stand the test of time forever. The covenant is unconditional because in order for the covenant to be fulfilled God doesn’t have to place any conditions of fulfillment. The covenant between

  • Zephaniah : The Story Behind The Small Book

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    Zephaniah: The Story Behind the Small Book Most people see Zephaniah as a useless book. Many of the minor prophet’s books are very small and seem to not have too much content in them. Zephaniah may be small, but it is packed with themes and purposes. Some parts of Zephaniah may be questionable and confusing, but the underlying information should be brought up. Zephaniah is a book, like many in the Bible, that can be applied to contemporary life. One of the first questions people ask about a book