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Nave's Topical Bible

Israel

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  • A name given to Jacob
    Genesis 32:24-32; 2 Kings 17:34; Hosea 12:3,4

  • A name of the Messiah in prophecy
    Isaiah 49:3

  • A name given to the descendants of Jacob, a nation
    • Also called ISRAELITES, and HEBREWS
      Genesis 43:32; Exodus 1:15; 9:7; 10:3; 21:2; Leviticus 23:42; Joshua 13:6
    • Etc
      1 Samuel 4:6; 13:3,19; 14:11,21; Philippians 3:5

  • (TRIBES OF ISRAEL were named after the sons of Jacob)

  • (Usually, in lists, the names of Levi and Joseph, two sons of Jacob, 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
    • Prophecies concerning
      Genesis 15:5,13; 25:23; 26:4; 27:28,29,40; 48:19; 49; Deuteronomy 33
    • Prophecies about the multitude of
      Genesis 13:16; 15:5; 22:17; 26:4; 28:14
    • Prophecies of their captivity in Eqypt
      Genesis 15:13,14; Acts 7:6,7
    • Divided into families, each of which had a chief
      Numbers 25:14; 26; 36:1; Joshua 7:14; 1 Chronicles 4; 5; 6; 7; 8
    • Number of, who went into Egypt
      Genesis 46:8-27; Exodus 1:5; Deuteronomy 10:22; Acts 7:14
    • Number of, at the time of the exodus
      Exodus 12:37,38; Genesis 47:27; Exodus 1:7-20; Psalm 105:24; Acts 7:17
    • Number of, fit for military service when they left Egypt
      Exodus 12:37
    • Number of, at Sinai, by tribes
      Numbers 1:1-50
    • Number of, after the plague
      Numbers 26
    • Number of, when David counted (conducted a census)
      2 Samuel 24:1-9; 1 Chronicles 21:5,6; 27:23,24
    • Number of, after the captivity
      Ezra 2:64; Nehemiah 7:66,67
    • Number of, in John's apocalyptic vision
      Revelation 7:1-8
    • Lived in Goshen
      Genesis 46:28-34; 47:4-10,27,28
    • Lived in Egypt for four-hundred and thirty years
      Exodus 12:40,41; Genesis 15:13; Acts 7:6; Galatians 3:17
    • Were enslaved and oppressed by the Egyptians
      Exodus 1; 2; 5; Acts 7:18-21
    • Their groaning heard by God
      Exodus 2:23-25
    • Moses commissioned as the deliverer
      Exodus 3:2-22; 4:1-17
    • The land of Egypt was plagued on their account
    • See EGYPT
    • Exempt from the plagues
      Exodus 8:22,23; 9:4-6,26; 10:23; 11:7; 12:13
    • Children were spared when the firstborn of the Egyptians Were killed
      Exodus 12:13,23
    • Instituted the Passover
      Exodus 12:1-28
    • Borrowed jewels from the Egyptians
      Exodus 11:2,3; 12:35,36; Psalm 105:37
    • Urged by the Egyptians to depart
      Exodus 12:31-39
    • Journey from Rameses to Succoth
      Exodus 12:37-39
    • Made the journey by night
      Exodus 12:42
    • The day of their deliverance to be a memorial
      Exodus 12:42; 13:3-16
    • Led by God
      Exodus 13:18,21,22
    • Providentially cared for
      Deuteronomy 8:3,4; 29:5,6; 34:7; Nehemiah 9:21; Psalm 105:37
    • See MANNA
    • See CLOUD, PILLAR OF
    • Journey from Succoth to Etham
      Exodus 13:20
    • Journey to Pi-hahiroth
      Exodus 14:2; Numbers 33:5-7
    • Pursued by the Egyptians
      Exodus 14:5-31
    • Pass through the Red Sea
      Exodus 14:19-22; Deuteronomy 11:4; Psalm 78; 105; 106; 136
    • The order of the march
      Numbers 2
    • Journey to Marah
      Exodus 15:23; Numbers 33:8
    • Complained on account of the bitter water
      Exodus 15:23-25
    • Water of, sweetened
      Exodus 15:25
    • Journey to Elim
      Exodus 15:27; Numbers 33:9
    • For the itinerary, see
      Numbers 33
    • Complained for food
      Exodus 16:2,3
    • Provided with manna and quail
      Exodus 16:4-36
    • Complained for lack of water at Rephidim
      Exodus 17:2-7
    • Water miraculously supplied from the rock at Meribah
      Exodus 17:5-7
    • Defeat the Amalekites
      Exodus 17:13; Deuteronomy 25:17,18
    • Arrive at Sinai
      Exodus 19:1; Numbers 33:15
    • At the suggestion of Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, they Organize a system of government
      Exodus 18:25; Deuteronomy 1:9-17
    • 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
    • Sanctify themselves for receiving the law
      Exodus 19:10-15
    • The law delivered to
      Exodus 20; 21; 22; 23; 24:1-4; Leviticus 25; 26; 27
    • The people receive it and covenant obedience to it
      Exodus 24:3,7
    • Idolatry of
      Exodus 32; Deuteronomy 9:17-21
    • The anger of the Lord in consequence
      Exodus 32:9-14
    • Moses' indignation; breaks the tables of stone; enters the camp; commands the Levites; three thousand die
      Exodus 32:19-35
    • Punished by a plague
      Exodus 32:35
    • Obduracy of
      Exodus 33:3; 34:9; Deuteronomy 9:12-29
    • God withdraws his presence
      Exodus 33:1-3
    • The mourning of, when God refused to lead them
      Exodus 33:4-10
    • Tables renewed
      Exodus 34
    • Pattern for the tabernacle and the appurtenances, and forms of worship to be observed
      Exodus 25; 26; 27; 28; 29; 30; 31
    • Gifts consecrated for the creation of the tabernacle
      Exodus 35; 36:1-7; Numbers 7
    • 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
    • First sacrifice offered by, under the law
      Leviticus 8:14-36; 9:8-24
    • Second Passover observed
      Numbers 9:1-5
    • March out of the wilderness
      Numbers 10:11-36
    • For the itinerary, see
      Numbers 33
    • The order of camping sites and the march
      Numbers 2
    • Arrive at the border of Canaan
      Numbers 12:16
    • Send twelve spies to view the land
      Numbers 13; 32:8; Deuteronomy 1:22,25; Joshua 14:7
    • Return with a majority report and a minority report
      Numbers 13:26-33; 14:6-10
    • Complaining over the report
      Numbers 14:1-5
    • The judgment of God upon them in consequence of their unbelief and complaining
      Numbers 14:13-39
    • Reaction, and their purpose to enter the land; are defeated by the Amalekites
      Numbers 14:40-45; Deuteronomy 1:41-45
    • Abide at Kadesh
      Deuteronomy 1:46
    • Return to the wilderness, where they remain for thirty eight years, and all die except Joshua and Caleb
      Numbers 14:20-39
    • Rebellion of Korah, Dathan, and Abiram
      Numbers 16:1-40; Deuteronomy 11:6
    • Complain against Moses and Aaron, are plagued, fourteen-thousand and seven-hundred people die, plague stopped
      Numbers 16:41-50
    • Complain for lack of water in Meribah; the rock is struck
      Numbers 20:1-13
    • Are refused passage through the country of Edom
      Numbers 20:14-21
    • The death of Aaron
      Numbers 20:22,29; 33:38,39; Deuteronomy 10:6
    • Defeat the Canaanites
      Numbers 21:1-3
    • Are scourged with fiery (poisonous) serpents
      Numbers 21:4-9
    • Defeat the Amorites
      Numbers 21:21-32; Deuteronomy 2:24-35
    • Defeat the king of Baasha
      Numbers 21:33-35; Deuteronomy 3:1-17
    • Arrive in the plains of Moab, at the fords of the Jordan River
      Numbers 22:1; 33:48,49
    • Commit idolatry with the people of Moab
      Numbers 25:1-5
    • Punished by a plague in consequence, twenty-four thousand people die
      Numbers 25:6-15; 26:1
    • The people numbered for the allotment of the land
      Numbers 26
    • The daughters of Zelophehad sue for an inheritance
      Numbers 27:1-11; Joshua 17:3-6
    • Conquest of the Midianites
      Numbers 31
    • Nations dread
      Deuteronomy 2:25
    • Renew the covenant
      Deuteronomy 29
    • Moses dies, and the people mourn
      Deuteronomy 34
    • Joshua appointed the leader
      Numbers 27:18-23; Deuteronomy 31:23
    • See JOSHUA
    • All who were numbered at Mount Sinai perished in the wilderness except Caleb and Joshua
      Numbers 26:63,65; Deuteronomy 2:14-16
    • Piety of those who entered Canaan
      Joshua 23:8; Judges 2:7-10; Jeremiah 2:2,3
    • 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
    • Cross the Jordan River
      Joshua 4
    • Circumcision observed and the Passover celebrated
      Joshua 5
    • Jericho captured
      Joshua 6
    • Ai captured
      Joshua 7; 8
    • Make a treaty with the Gibeonites
      Joshua 9
    • Defeat the five Amoritish kings
      Joshua 10
    • Conquest of the land
      Joshua 21:43-45; Judges 1
    • The land allotted
      Joshua 15; 16; 17; 18; 19; 20; 21
    • 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
    • Covenant renewed, death of Joshua
      Joshua 24; Judges 2:8,9
    • Religious fidelity during the life of Joshua
      Joshua 24:31; Judges 2:7

  • UNDER THE JUDGES
    • Public affairs administered four-hundred and fifty years by the judges
      Judges 2:16-19; Acts 13:20
    • The original inhabitants not fully expelled
      Judges 1:27-36; 3:1-7
    • Reproved by an angel for not casting out the original inhabitants
      Judges 2:1-5
    • People turn to idolatry
      Judges 2:10-23
    • 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
    • Seven years of bondage to the Midianites; delivered by Gideon
      Judges 6; 7; 8:1-28
    • See GIDEON
    • Return to idolatry
      Judges 8:33,34
    • Abimelech foments an inter-tribal war
      Judges 9
    • Led by Tola for twenty-three years
      Judges 10:1,2
    • Led by Jair for twenty-two years
      Judges 10:3,4
    • 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
    • Led by Ibzan for seven years
      Judges 12:8-10
    • Led by Elon for ten years
      Judges 12:11,12
    • Led by Abdon for eight years
      Judges 12:13-15
    • The people backslide again are chastened by the Philistines for forty years
      Judges 13:1
    • Led by Samson for twenty years
      Judges 15:20; 13; 14; 15; 16
    • Scandal of the Bethlehemite's concubine, and the consequent war between the Benjamites and the other tribes
      Judges 19; 20; 21
    • Led by Eli for forty years
      1 Samuel 4:18; 1; 2; 3; 4
    • Struck down by the Philistines at Eben-ezer
      1 Samuel 4:1,2,10,11
    • They demand a king
      1 Samuel 8:5-20; Hosea 13:10

  • UNDER THE KINGS BEFORE THE SEPARATION INTO TWO KINGDOMS
    • Saul anointed as king
      1 Samuel 10; 11:12-15; 12:13
    • Ammonites invade Israel, are defeated
      1 Samuel 11
    • Philistines struck down
      1 Samuel 14
    • Amalekites defeated
      1 Samuel 15
    • David anointed as king
      1 Samuel 16:11-13
    • Goliath killed
      1 Samuel 17
    • Israel defeated by the Philistines, and Saul and his sons are killed
      1 Samuel 31
    • See SAUL
    • David defeats the Amalekites
      1 Samuel 30; 2 Samuel 1:1
    • David made king
      2 Samuel 2:4,11
    • Ish-bosheth made king
      2 Samuel 2:8-10
    • The conflict between the two political factions
      2 Samuel 2:12-32; 3:1
    • David made king over all Israel
      2 Samuel 5:1-5
    • Conquests of David
      2 Samuel 8
    • Absalom's rebellion
      2 Samuel 15:18
    • See DAVID
    • Solomon anointed as king
      1 Kings 1:32-40
    • The Temple built
      1 Kings 6
    • Solomon's palace built
      1 Kings 7
    • Solomon's death
      1 Kings 11:41-43
    • See SOLOMON

  • THE REVOLT OF THE TEN TRIBES

  • (Foreshadowing circumstances indicating the separation)
    • Disagreement after Saul's death
      2 Samuel 2; 1 Chronicles 12:23-40; 13
    • Lukewarmness of the ten tribes, and zeal of Judah for David in Absolom's rebellion
      2 Samuel 19:41-43
    • The rebellion of Sheba
      2 Samuel 20
    • The two factions are distinguished as Israel and Judah during David's reign
      2 Samuel 21:2
    • Providential
      Zechariah 11:14
    • Revolt consummated under Rehoboam, son and successor of Solomon
      1 Kings 12:4

  • The name of the ten tribes that revolted from the house (kingdom) of David
    • Also called JACOB
      Hosea 12:2

  • (The list of the kings of Israel, and the period of time in which they reigned. For the facts of their reigns see under each name)

  • Jeroboam, twenty-two years

  • Nadab, about two years

  • Baasha, twenty-four years

  • Elah, two years

  • Zimri, seven days

  • Omri, twelve years

  • Ahab, twenty-two years

  • Ahaziah, two years

  • 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
    • War continued between Jeroboam and Abijam
      1 Kings 15:7
    • War continued between Baasha and Asa
      1 Kings 15:16,32
    • Famine prevails during the reign of Ahab
      1 Kings 18:1-6
    • Israel, also called SAMARIA, invaded by, but defeats, Ben-hadad, king of Syria
      1 Kings 20
    • Moab rebels
      2 Kings 1:1; 3
    • Army of Syria invades Israel, but peacefully withdraws through the tact of the prophet Elisha
      2 Kings 6:8-23
    • The city of Samaria besieged
      2 Kings 6:24-33; 7
    • The city of Samaria captured, and the people carried to Assyria
      2 Kings 17
    • The land repopulated
      2 Kings 17:24
    • The remnant that remained after the able-bodied persons were Carried into captivity affiliated with the kingdom of Judah
      2 Chronicles 30:18-26; 34:6; 35:18

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Bibliography Information
Nave, Orville J. Entry for 'Israel'. Nave's Topical Bible. https://www.studylight.org/concordances/eng/ntb/i/israel.html. 1896.

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