When strong kings came with armies, the ancient Israelites begged God for a king. Through the prophet Samuel, God did set up a monarchy. And it looked like this.

When strong kings came with armies, the ancient Israelites begged God for a king. Through the prophet Samuel, God did set up a monarchy. And it looked like this.

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The Quick View Bible » Rulers of Israel and Judah This graphic goes well with the free bible lessons about the Divided Kingdom found at  http://missionbibleclass.org/old-testament-stories/old-testament-part-2/divided-kingdom/

The Quick View Bible » Rulers of Israel and Judah This graphic goes well with the free bible lessons about the Divided Kingdom found at http://missionbibleclass.org/old-testament-stories/old-testament-part-2/divided-kingdom/

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Moral Choices: King Solomon's good and bad decisions in the book of 1 Kings

Moral Choices: King Solomon's good and bad decisions in the book of 1 Kings

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The Quick View Bible » Specific Items in the Temple - 1 Kings

The Quick View Bible » Specific Items in the Temple - 1 Kings

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The Bible Project - Great animated video explaining the book of Kings.

The Bible Project - Great animated video explaining the book of Kings.

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The graphic below illustrates the rulers of Israel, the years of their reign, how well they reigned and the passages in the Bible where their stories are told. The graphic also forms a subtle cross which is a picture of the earthy kingdom foreshadowing the coming King.    Kings-of-Israel-web-682x1024.png (682×1024)

The graphic below illustrates the rulers of Israel, the years of their reign, how well they reigned and the passages in the Bible where their stories are told. The graphic also forms a subtle cross which is a picture of the earthy kingdom foreshadowing the coming King. Kings-of-Israel-web-682x1024.png (682×1024)

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1 Kings 19:12 "There is an Eastern proverb: “God comes to us without bell.” The deepest Divine impressions are those which are made silently upon the heart, not by wind, nor earthquake, nor fire, but by the “still small voice” of His spirit." -Homiletic Review, BI

1 Kings 19:12 "There is an Eastern proverb: “God comes to us without bell.” The deepest Divine impressions are those which are made silently upon the heart, not by wind, nor earthquake, nor fire, but by the “still small voice” of His spirit." -Homiletic Review, BI

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