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Nave's Topical Bible

Israel, Prophecies Concerning

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  • PROPHECIES CONCERNING
    • Of captivity, famine, and judgments
      1 Kings 14:15,16 ; 17:1 ; 20:13-28 ; 2 Kings 7:1,2,17 ; 8:1 ; Isaiah 7:8 ; 8:4-7 ; 9:8-21 ; 17:3-11 ; 28:1-8 ; Hosea 1:1-9 ; 2:1-13 ; 4 ; 8 ; 9 ; 10 ; 11:5,6 ; 12:7-14 ; 13 ; Amos 2:6-16 ; 3 ; 4 ; 5 ; 6 ; 7 ; 8 ; 9
    • Of restoration
      Hosea 2:14-23 ; 11:9-11 ; 13:13,14 ; 14:8
    • Of the reunion of the ten tribes and Judah
      Jeremiah 3:18 ; Ezekiel 37:16-22
    • See the folloing

  • JUDAH
    • The nation composed of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, called JUDAH, and JEWS, ruled by the descendants of David
      Isaiah 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
      Isaiah 8:14 ; 49:7
    • The list of rulers and the periods of time over which they reigned

    • Rehoboam, seventeen years

    • Abijah (Abijam), three years

    • Asa, forty-one years

    • Jehoshaphat, twenty-five years

    • Jehoram, eight years

    • Ahaziah, one year
    • Athaliah's usurpation, six years

    • Joash (Jehoash), forty years

    • Amaziah, twenty-nine years

    • 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
      1 Kings 12
    • Other circumstances of his reign
      1 Kings 14:21-31 ; 2 Chronicles 10 ; 11 ; 12
    • Death of Rehoboam
      1 Kings 14:31
    • Abijam's wicked reign
      1 Kings 15:1-8 ; 2 Chronicles 13
    • Asa's good reign
      1 Kings 15:9-24 ; 2 Chronicles 14 ; 15 ; 16
    • Asa makes a treaty with Ben-hadad, king of Syria, to make war against Israel
      1 Kings 15:16-24
    • Jehoshaphat succeeds Asa
      1 Kings 15:24 ; 2 Chronicles 17 ; 18 ; 19 ; 20 ; 21:1
    • Jehoshaphat joins Ahab against the king of Syria
      1 Kings 22
    • See JEHOSHAPHAT
    • Jehoram, also called JORAM, reigns in place of his father, Jehoshaphat
      2 Kings 8:16-24 ; 2 Chronicles 21
    • Edom revolts
      2 Kings 8:20-22
    • Ahaziah, also called AZARIAH
      2 Chronicles 22:6
    • And JEHOAHAZ
      2 Chronicles 21:17 ; 25:23
    • Ahaziah succeeds Jehoram
      2 Kings 8:24-29 ; 2 Chronicles 22
    • Ahaziah killed by Jehu
      2 Kings 9:27-29 ; 2 Chronicles 22:8,9
    • Athaliah, his mother, succeeds him
      2 Kings 11:1-16 ; 2 Chronicles 22:10-12 ; 23:1-15
    • Jehoash (also called JOASH) succeeds Athaliah
      2 Kings 11:21 ; 12:1-21 ; 2 Chronicles 24
    • The temple repaired
      2 Kings 12
    • Amaziah reigns, and Judah is invaded by the king of Israel; Jerusalem is taken and the sacred things of the temple carried away
      2 Kings 14:1-20 ; 2 Chronicles 25
    • Azariah (also called UZZIAH) succeeds him
      2 Kings 14:21,22 ; 15:1-7 ; 2 Chronicles 26
    • Jotham succeeds Uzziah
      2 Kings 15:7,32-38 ; 2 Chronicles 27
    • Rezin, king of Syria, invades Judah
      2 Kings 15:37
    • Jotham is succeeded by Ahaz
      2 Kings 16:1 ; 2 Chronicles 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
      2 Kings 16:5-9
    • Ahaz changes the nature of the altar in the temple
      2 Kings 16:10-18
    • Hezekiah succeeds Ahaz
      2 Kings 16:19,20 ; 2 Chronicles 29:32
    • Hezekiah's good reign
      2 Kings 18:1-8
    • Hezekiah revolts from the sovereignty of the king of Assyria
      2 Kings 18:7
    • The king of Assyria invades Judah, and blasphemes the God of Judah; his army overthrown
      2 Kings 18:9-37 ; 19
    • Hezekiah's sickness and miraculous restoration
      2 Kings 20
    • Hezekiah succeeded by Manasseh
      2 Kings 20:21 ; 2 Chronicles 33:1-20
    • Manasseh's wicked reign
      2 Kings 21:1-18
    • Amon succeeds Manasseh on the throne
      2 Kings 21:18-26 ; 2 Chronicles 33:20-25
    • Josiah succeeds Amon; the temple is repaired; the book of the law recovered; religious revival follows; and the king dies
      2 Kings 22 ; 23:1-30 ; 2 Chronicles 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
      2 Kings 23:30-35 ; 2 Chronicles 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
      2 Kings 24:1-6 ; 2 Chronicles 36:4-8
    • Jehoiachin is made king; suffers invasion and is carried off to Babylon
      2 Kings 24:8-16 ; 2 Chronicles 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
      2 Kings 24:17-20 ; 25 ; 2 Chronicles 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
      2 Kings 25:12,22,23 ; Jeremiah 39:10 ; 40:7-12 ; 52:16
    • Gedaliah was appointed governor over the region
      2 Kings 25:22
    • Gedaliah's adminstration was favorable to the people
      2 Kings 25:23,24 ; Jeremiah 40:7-12
    • Gedaliah was conspired against and assassinated by Ishmael
      2 Kings 25:25 ; Jeremiah 40:13-16 ; 41:1-3
    • Ishmael seeks to betray the people to the Ammonites
      Jeremiah 41:1-18
    • The people in fear, take refuge in Egypt
      2 Kings 25:26 ; Jeremiah 41:14-18 ; 42:13-18

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

  • PROPHECIES CONCERNING
    • Of their rejection of the Messiah
      Isaiah 8:14,15 ; 49:5,7 ; 52:14 ; 53:1-3 ; Zechariah 11 ; 13 ; Matthew 21:33 ; 22:1
    • Of war and other judgments
      Deuteronomy 28:49-57 ; 2 Kings 20:17,18 ; 21:12-15 ; 22:16,17 ; 23:26,27 ; Isaiah 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 ; Jeremiah 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 ; Lamentations 5:6 ; Ezekiel 4 ; 5 ; 11:7-12 ; 12 ; 15 ; 16 ; 17 ; 19 ; 22:13-22 ; 23:22-35 ; 24 ; 33:21-29 ; Daniel 9:26,27 ; Joel 2:1-17 ; Amos 2:4,5 ; Micah 2:10 ; 3 ; 4:8-10 ; Habakkuk 1:6-11 ; Zephaniah 1 ; Zechariah 11 ; 14:1-3 ; Malachi 4:1 ; Matthew 21:33,34 ; 23:35-38 ; 24:2,14-42 ; Mark 13:1-13 ; Luke 13:34,35 ; 19:43,44 ; 21:5-25 ; 23:28-31 ; Revelation 1:7
    • Dispersion of
      Isaiah 24:1 ; Jeremiah 9:16 ; Hosea 9:17 ; Joel 3:6,20 ; Amos 9:9 ; Ezekiel 4:13 ; 5:10,12 ; 20:23 ; 36:19 ; Daniel 9:7 ; John 7:35 ; Acts 2:5
    • Of blessing and restoration
      Isaiah 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 ; Jeremiah 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 ; Ezekiel 14:22,23 ; 16:60-63 ; 20:40,41 ; 36:1-38 ; 37:12,21 ; Daniel 11:30-45 ; 12:1 ; Joel 3 ; Amos 9:9-15 ; Obadiah 1:17-21 ; Micah 2:12,13 ; 5:3 ; Zephaniah 2:7 ; Zechariah 1:14-21 ; 2 ; 8 ; 10:5-12 ; 12:1-14 ; 13 ; 14:3-21 ; Malachi 3:4 ; Romans 11 ; 2 Corinthians 3:16 ; Revelation 7:5

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Bibliography Information
Nave, Orville J. Entry for 'Israel, Prophecies Concerning'. Nave's Topical Bible. http://www.studylight.org/concordances/ntb/i/israel-prophecies-concerning.html. 1896.


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