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The Kings of Israel

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I.  JEROBOAM

A.       I Kings 12:25-14:20

B.       22 years (931-910)

C.       First king of first dynasty

D.       Established false worship (1Kings 12:26-33)

E.       Condemned by prophet (1Kings 13:1-3; 2Kings 23:15-16)

II.  NADAB 

A.       1Kings 15:25-31

B.       2 years (910-909)

C.       Second king in Jeroboamís dynasty

D.       Followed in his fatherís sins (1Kings 15:26)

E.       Killed by the conspirator Baasha (1Kings 15:27-28)

III.  BAASHA 

A.       1Kings 15:32-16:7; 2Chronicles 16:1-6

B.       24 years (909-886)

C.       First king of second dynasty

D.       Condemned by the prophet Jehu (1Kings 16:1-7)

IV.  ELAH 

A.       I Kings 16:8-14

B.       2 years (886-885)

C.       Second king in Baashaís dynasty

D.       Killed by his captain, Zimri (1Kings 16:9-10)

V.  ZIMRI 

A.       1Kings 16:15-22

B.       7 days (885)

C.       Only king in third dynasty

D.       Killed by Elahís general Omri 

VI.  OMRI 

A.       1Kings 16:23-28

B.       12 years (885-874)

C.       First king in the fourth dynasty

D.       Established capital in Samaria (1Kings 16:24)

VII.  AHAB and JEZEBEL 

A.       I Kings 16:28-34; 20:1-22:40)

B.       21 years (874-853)

C.       Second king in Omriís dynasty

D.       Introduced the worship of Baal (1Kings 16:30-33)

E.       Defeated Syria on two occasions (1Kings 20:1-34)

F.        Time of the prophet Elijah (1Kings 17-19,21; 2Kings 1:1-2:11)

VIII.  AHAZIAH 

A.       2Kings 1:2-18

B.       2 years (853-852)

C.       Third king in Omriís dynasty

IX.  JEHORAM 

A.       2Kings 3

B.       12 years (852-841)

C.       Fourth king in Omriís dynasty

D.       Ahabís son and Ahaziahís brother

E.       Time of the prophet Elisha (2Kings 2-13)

F.        Killed by Jehu

X.  JEHU 

A.       2Kings 9:11-10:36

B.       28 years (841-814)

C.       First king of fifth dynasty

D.       Slaughtered the house of Omri (2Kings 9:11-10:17)

E.       Destroyed the worshippers of Baal (2Kings 10:18-28)

F.        Israel begins to be cut short (2Kings 10:31-33)

XI.  JEHOAHAZ 

A.       2Kings 13:1-9

B.       17 years (814-798)

C.       Second king in Jehuís dynasty

XII.  JEHOASH 

A.       2Kings 13:10-25; 14:15-16

B.       16 years (798-782)

C.       Third king in Jehuís dynasty

XIII.  JEROBOAM II 

A.       2Kings 14:23-29

B.       41 years (793-753)

C.       Fourth king in Jehuís dynasty

D.       A strong king (2Kings 14:25,28)

E.       Time of Jonah, Amos and Hosea

XIV.  ZACHARIAH 

A.       2Kings 15:8-12

B.       6 months (753)

C.       Fifth king in Jehuís dynasty

D.       Killed by the conspirator Shallum (2Kings 15:10)

XV.  SHALLUM 

A.       2Kings 15:13-15

B.       1 month (752)

C.       Only king of sixth dynasty

D.       Killed by Menahem

XVI.  MENAHEM 

A.       2Kings 15:16-22

B.       10 years (752-742)

C.       First king of seventh dynasty

D.       Became a vassal to Assyria (2Kings 15:19-20)

XVII.  PEKAHIAH 

A.       2Kings 15:23-26

B.       2 years (742-740)

C.       Second king of Menahemís dynasty

D.       Killed by his captain Pekah (2Kings 15:25)

XVIII.  PEKAH 

A.       2Kings 15:27-31

B.       20 years (752-732)

C.       Only king of eighth dynasty

D.       Killed by the conspirator Hoshea (2Kings 15:30)

XIX.  HOSHEA 

A.       2Kings 17:1-6

B.       9 years (732-722)

C.       Only king of ninth dynasty

D.       Rebelled against Assyria and lost (2Kings 17:3-6)

E.       Israel incorporated as an Assyrian province (2Kings 17:7-41)

 

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