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Naves Topical Bible Dictionary

 

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ISRAEL, PROPHECIES CONCERNING

-PROPHECIES CONCERNING
    Of captivity, famine, and judgments
        1Ki 14:15,16; 17:1; 20:13-28; 2Ki 7:1,2,17; 8:1; Isa 7:8;
        8:4-7; 9:8-21; 17:3-11; 28:1-8; Ho 1:1-9; 2:1-13; 4; 8; 9;
        10; 11:5,6; 12:7-14; 13; Am 2:6-16; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9
    Of restoration
        Ho 2:14-23; 11:9-11; 13:13,14; 14:8
    Of the reunion of the ten tribes and Judah
        Jer 3:18; Eze 37:16-22
    See the following

-5. JUDAH
    The nation composed of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin,
        called JUDAH, and JEWS, ruled by the descendants of David
        Isa 11:12
    See JEWS
    In the historical books of first and second Kings, and first
        and second Chronicles the nation is called JUDAH, but in the
        prophecies it is frequently referred to as ISRAEL, as in
        Isa 8:14; 49:7
    The list of rulers and the periods of time over which they
        reigned

-1. Rehoboam, seventeen years

-2. Abijah (Abijam), three years

-3. Asa, forty-one years

-4. Jehoshaphat, twenty-five years

-5. Jehoram, eight years

-6. Ahaziah, one year
    Athaliah's usurpation, six years

-7. Joash (Jehoash), forty years

-8. Amaziah, twenty-nine years

-9. Uzziah (Azariah), fifty-two years

-10. Jotham, sixteen years

-11. Ahaz, sixteen years

-12. Hezekiah, twenty-nine years

-13. Manasseh, fifty-five years

-14. Amon, two years

-15. Josiah, thirty-one years

-16. Jehoahaz (Josiah's son), three months

-17. Jehoiakim (Josiah's son), eleven years

-18. Jehoiachin (Jeconiah), Jehoiakim's son, three months

-19. Zedekiah (Mattaniah), Josiah's son, eleven years

-(For the history of the above kings see under each name)
    Rehoboam succeeds Solomon. As a consequence of his arbitrary
        policy, ten tribes rebel
        1Ki 12
    Other circumstances of his reign
        1Ki 14:21-31; 2Ch 10; 11; 12
    Death of Rehoboam
        1Ki 14:31
    Abijam's wicked reign
        1Ki 15:1-8; 2Ch 13
    Asa's good reign
        1Ki 15:9-24; 2Ch 14; 15; 16
    Asa makes a treaty with Ben-hadad, king of Syria, to make
        war against Israel
        1Ki 15:16-24
    Jehoshaphat succeeds Asa
        1Ki 15:24; 2Ch 17; 18; 19; 20; 21:1
    Jehoshaphat joins Ahab against the king of Syria
        1Ki 22
    See JEHOSHAPHAT
    Jehoram, also called JORAM, reigns in place of his father,
        Jehoshaphat
        2Ki 8:16-24; 2Ch 21
    Edom revolts
        2Ki 8:20-22
    Ahaziah, also called AZARIAH
        2Ch 22:6
    And JEHOAHAZ
        2Ch 21:17; 25:23
    Ahaziah succeeds Jehoram
        2Ki 8:24-29; 2Ch 22
    Ahaziah killed by Jehu
        2Ki 9:27-29; 2Ch 22:8,9
    Athaliah, his mother, succeeds him
        2Ki 11:1-16; 2Ch 22:10-12; 23:1-15
    Jehoash (also called JOASH) succeeds Athaliah
        2Ki 11:21; 12:1-21; 2Ch 24
    The temple repaired
        2Ki 12
    Amaziah reigns, and Judah is invaded by the king of Israel;
        Jerusalem is taken and the sacred things of the temple
        carried away
        2Ki 14:1-20; 2Ch 25
    Azariah (also called UZZIAH) succeeds him
        2Ki 14:21,22; 15:1-7; 2Ch 26
    Jotham succeeds Uzziah
        2Ki 15:7,32-38; 2Ch 27
    Rezin, king of Syria, invades Judah
        2Ki 15:37
    Jotham is succeeded by Ahaz
        2Ki 16:1; 2Ch 28
    Judah is invaded by the kings of Samaria and Syria; Ahaz
        hires the king of Assyria to make war on the king of Syria
        2Ki 16:5-9
    Ahaz changes the nature of the altar in the temple
        2Ki 16:10-18
    Hezekiah succeeds Ahaz
        2Ki 16:19,20; 2Ch 29:32
    Hezekiah's good reign
        2Ki 18:1-8
    Hezekiah revolts from the sovereignty of the king of Assyria
        2Ki 18:7
    The king of Assyria invades Judah, and blasphemes the God of
        Judah; his army overthrown
        2Ki 18:9-37; 19
    Hezekiah's sickness and miraculous restoration
        2Ki 20
    Hezekiah succeeded by Manasseh
        2Ki 20:21; 2Ch 33:1-20
    Manasseh's wicked reign
        2Ki 21:1-18
    Amon succeeds Manasseh on the throne
        2Ki 21:18-26; 2Ch 33:20-25
    Josiah succeeds Amon; the temple is repaired; the book of
        the law recovered; religious revival follows; and the king
        dies
        2Ki 22; 23:1-30; 2Ch 34; 35
    Josiah is succeeded by Jehoahaz, who reigned for three
        months, was dethroned by the king of Egypt, and the land was
        put under taxation
        2Ki 23:30-35; 2Ch 36:1-3
    Jehoiakim is elevated to the throne; becomes tributary to
        Nebuchadnezzar for three years; he rebels; is conquered and
        carried off to Babylon
        2Ki 24:1-6; 2Ch 36:4-8
    Jehoiachin is made king; suffers invasion and is carried off
        to Babylon
        2Ki 24:8-16; 2Ch 36:9,10
    Zedekiah is made king by Nebuchadnezzar; he rebels; so,
        Nebuchadnezzar invades Judah, takes Jerusalem, and carries
        off the people to Babylon, despoiling the temple
        2Ki 24:17-20; 25; 2Ch 36:11-21
    The poorest of the people were left to occupy the country,
        and were joined by fragments of the army of Judah, the
        dispersed Israelites in other lands, and the king's
        daughters
        2Ki 25:12,22,23; Jer 39:10; 40:7-12; 52:16
    Gedaliah was appointed governor over the region
        2Ki 25:22
    Gedaliah's adminstration was favorable to the people
        2Ki 25:23,24; Jer 40:7-12
    Gedaliah was conspired against and assassinated by Ishmael
        2Ki 25:25; Jer 40:13-16; 41:1-3
    Ishmael seeks to betray the people to the Ammonites
        Jer 41:1-18
    The people in fear, take refuge in Egypt
        2Ki 25:26; Jer 41:14-18; 42:13-18

-CAPTIVITY OF
    Great wickedness is the cause of their adversity
        Eze 5; 6; 7; 16; 23:22-44
    They live in Babylon
        Da 5:13; 6:13; Jer 52:28-30
    Beside the Chebar River
        Eze 1:1; 10:15
    Patriotism of
        Ps 137
    Plotted against, by Haman
        Es 3
    Are saved by Esther
        Es 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9
    Cyrus decrees their restoration
        2Ch 36:22,23; Ezr 1:1-4
    Cyrus directs the rebuilding of the temple, and the
        restoration of the vessels which had been carried off to
        Babylon
        2Ch 36:23; Ezr 1:3-11
    Proclamation renewed by Darius and Artaxerxes
        Ezr 6:1-14
    Ezra returns with One-thousand seven-hundred and fifty-four
        of the exiles to Jerusalem
        Ezr 2
    Temple rebuilt and dedicated
        Ezr 3; 4; 5; 6
    Artaxerxes issues the proclamation to restore the temple
        services
        Ezr 7
    Priests and Levites authorized to return
        Ezr 8
    Corruptions among the returned captives; their reform
        Ezr 9; 10
    Nehemiah is commissioned to lead the remainder of the
        captivity, forty-nine thousand nine-hundred and forty-two go
        back to Canaan
        Ne 2; 7:5-67; Ps 85; 87; 107; 126
    The wall of Jerusalem rebuilt and dedicated
        Ne 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 12
    The law read and expounded
        Ne 8
    Solemn feast is kept; priests are purified, and the covenant
        sealed
        Ne 8; 9; 10
    One-tenth of the people, to be determined by lot, volunteer
        to live in Jerusalem, and the remaining ninety percent live
        in other cities
        Ne 11
    Catalogue of the priests and Levites who came up with
        Zerubbabel
        Ne 12
    Nehemiah reforms various abuses
        Ne 13
    The people expect a Messiah
        Lu 3:15
    Many accept Jesus as the Christ
        Joh 2:23; 10:42; 11:45; 12:11; Ac 21:20
    The majority reject Jesus
    See JESUS, REJECTED
    Rejected by God
        Mt 21:43; Lu 20:16

-PROPHECIES CONCERNING
    Of their rejection of the Messiah
        Isa 8:14,15; 49:5,7; 52:14; 53:1-3; Zec 11; 13; Mt 21:33;
        22:1
    Of war and other judgments
        De 28:49-57; 2Ki 20:17,18; 21:12-15; 22:16,17; 23:26,27;
        Isa 1:1-24; 3; 4:1; 5; 6:9-13; 7:17-25; 8:14-22; 9; 10:12;
        22:1-14; 28:14-22; 29:1-10; 30:1-17; 31:1-3; 32:9-14; Jer
        1:11-16; 4:5-31; 6; 7:8-34; 8; 9:9-26; 10:17-22; 11:9-23;
        13:9-27; 14:14-18; 15:1-14; 16; 17:1-4; 18:15-17; 19;
        20:5; 21:4-7; 22:24-30; 25:8-38; 28; 34; 37; 38:1-3;
        42:13-22; 43; 44; 45; La 5:6; Eze 4; 5; 11:7-12; 12; 15;
        16; 17; 19; 22:13-22; 23:22-35; 24; 33:21-29; Da 9:26,27;
        Joe 2:1-17; Am 2:4,5; Mic 2:10; 3; 4:8-10; Hab 1:6-11; Zep
        1; Zec 11; 14:1-3; Mal 4:1; Mt 21:33,34; 23:35-38;
        24:2,14-42; Mr 13:1-13; Lu 13:34,35; 19:43,44; 21:5-25;
        23:28-31; Re 1:7
    Dispersion of
        Isa 24:1; Jer 9:16; Ho 9:17; Joe 3:6,20; Am 9:9; Eze
        4:13; 5:10,12; 20:23; 36:19; Da 9:7; Joh 7:35; Ac 2:5
    Of blessing and restoration
        Isa 1:25-27; 2:1-5; 4:2-6; 11:11-13; 25; 26:1,2,12-19;
        27:13; 29:18-24; 30:18-26; 32:15-20; 33:13-24; 35;
        37:31,32; 40:2,9; 41:27; 44; 49:13-23; 51; 52:1-12; 60;
        61:4-9; 62; 66:5-22; Jer 3:14-18; 4:3-18; 12:14-16; 23:3;
        24:1-7; 29:1-14; 30:3-22; 32:36-44; 33; 44:28; Eze
        14:22,23; 16:60-63; 20:40,41; 36:1-38; 37:12,21; Da
        11:30-45; 12:1; Joe 3; Am 9:9-15; Ob 1:17-21; Mic 2:12,13;
        5:3; Zep 2:7; Zec 1:14-21; 2; 8; 10:5-12; 12:1-14; 13;
        14:3-21; Mal 3:4; Ro 11; 2Co 3:16; Re 7:5
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