Nave's Topical Bible The following is the results of your search for
1. A name given to Jacob ( Genesis 32:24-32; 2 Kings 17:34; Hosea 12:3,4) 2. A name of the Messiah in prophecy ( Isaiah 49:3) 3. A name given to the descendants of Jacob, a nation (TRIBES OF ISRAEL were named after the sons of Jacob) -(Usually, in lists, the names of Levi and Joseph, two sons ofJacob, do not appear) The descendants of Levi were consecrated to the rites of religion, and the two sons of Joseph, Ephraim and Manasseh, were adopted by Jacob in Joseph's place ( Genesis 48:5; Joshua 14:4) And their names appear in the catalogues of tribes instead of those of Levi and Joseph, as follows, ASHER, BENJAMIN, DAN, EPHRAIM, GAD, ISSACHAR, JUDAH, MANASSEH, NAPHTALI, REUBEN, SIMEON, ZEBULUN Names of, seen in John's vision, on the gates of the New Jerusalem ( Revelation 21:12) Number of, fit for military service when they left Egypt ( Exodus 12:37) The land of Egypt was plagued on their account See EGYPT Children were spared when the firstborn of the Egyptians were killed ( Exodus 12:13,23) See MANNA See CLOUD, PILLAR OF Water miraculously supplied from the rock at Meribah ( Exodus 17:5-7) The message of God to them, requiring that they must be obedient to his commandments, and as a reward they would be a holy nation to him, and their reply ( Exodus 19:3-8) The people receive it and covenant obedience to it ( Exodus 24:3,7) Moses' indignation; breaks the tables of stone; enters the camp; commands the Levites; three thousand die ( Exodus 32:19-35) The erection of the tabernacle; the manufacture of the appurtenances including the garments of the priests; and their sanctification ( Exodus 36:8-38; 37; 38; 39; 40) The order of camping sites and the march ( Numbers 2) The judgment of God upon them in consequence of their unbelief and complaining ( Numbers 14:13-39) Return to the wilderness, where they remain for thirty eight years, and all die except Joshua and Caleb ( Numbers 14:20-39) Complain against Moses and Aaron, are plagued, fourteen-thousand and seven-hundred people die, plague stopped ( Numbers 16:41-50) The people numbered for the allotment of the land ( Numbers 26) See JOSHUA Men chosen to allot the lands of Canaan among the tribes and families ( Numbers 34:17-29) Remove from Shittim to the Jordan River ( Joshua 3:1) Circumcision observed and the Passover celebrated ( Joshua 5) Make a treaty with the Gibeonites ( Joshua 9) Two and one-half tribes return from the west side of the Jordan River; erect a memorial to signify the unity of the tribes; the memorial misunderstood; the controversy which followed; its amicable resolution ( Joshua 22) Joshua's exhortation immediately before his death ( Joshua 23) UNDER THE JUDGES Reproved by an angel for not casting out the original inhabitants ( Judges 2:1-5) Delivered for their idolatry to the king of Mesopotamia during eight years, their repentance and deliverance ( Judges 3:8-11) Renew their idolatry, and are put under tribute to the king of Moab during eighteen years, repent and are delivered by Ehud, eighty years of peace follow ( Judges 3:12-30) Shamgar resists a foray of the Philistines and delivers Israel ( Judges 3:31) People again do evil and are put under bonds to the king of Syria for twenty years ( Judges 4:1-3) Delivered by Deborah, a prophetess, and judged ( Judges 4; 5) See GIDEON Abimelech foments an inter-tribal war ( Judges 9) The people backslide, and are given over to the Philistines for chastisement for eighteen years; they repent and turn to the Lord; they are delivered by Jephthah ( Judges 10:6-18; 11) The Ephraimites go to war against other tribes; they are defeated by Jephthah ( Judges 12:1-7) The people backslide again are chastened by the Philistines for forty years ( Judges 13:1) Scandal of the Bethlehemite's concubine, and the consequent war between the Benjamites and the other tribes ( Judges 19; 20; 21) UNDER THE KINGS BEFORE THE SEPARATION INTO TWO KINGDOMS Israel defeated by the Philistines, and Saul and his sons are killed ( 1 Samuel 31) See SAUL See DAVID See SOLOMON THE REVOLT OF THE TEN TRIBES -(Foreshadowing circumstances indicating the separation) Lukewarmness of the ten tribes, and zeal of Judah for David in Absolom's rebellion ( 2 Samuel 19:41-43) The two factions are distinguished as Israel and Judah during David's reign ( 2 Samuel 21:2) Revolt consummated under Rehoboam, son and successor of Solomon ( 1 Kings 12:4) 4. The name of the ten tribes that revolted from the house (kingdom) of David (The list of the kings of Israel, and the period of time in which they reigned. For the facts of their reigns see undereach name) 1. Jeroboam, twenty-two years -2. Nadab, about two years 3. Baasha, twenty-four years -4. Elah, two years 5. Zimri, seven days -6. Omri, twelve years 7. Ahab, twenty-two years -8. Ahaziah, two years 9. Jehoram, twelve years -10. Jehu, twenty-eight years 11. Jehoahaz, seventeen years -12. Jehoash, sixteen years 13. Jeroboam II, forty-one years -14. Zachariah, six months 15. Shallum, one month -16. Menahem, ten years 17. Pekahiah, two years -18. Pekah, twenty years 19. Hoshea, nine years -(The ten tribes were carried away captive to Assyria) HISTORY OF War continued between the two kingdoms all the days of Rehoboam and Jeroboam ( 1 Kings 14:30) Israel, also called SAMARIA, invaded by, but defeats, Ben-hadad, king of Syria ( 1 Kings 20) Army of Syria invades Israel, but peacefully withdraws through the tact of the prophet Elisha ( 2 Kings 6:8-23) The city of Samaria captured, and the people carried to Assyria ( 2 Kings 17)
More From ChristiansUnite...
About Us |
ChristiansUnite.com Site Map |
Statement of Beliefs
Copyright © 1999-2019 ChristiansUnite.com. All rights reserved.
Please send your questions, comments, or bug reports to the webmaster.