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Title: A Divided Kingdom: The Books of I


1
A Divided Kingdom The Books of I II Kings
  • Solomons Demise
  • I Kings Chapter 11

2
Announcements
3
I Kings
Week Date Topic
1 05 Sep 12 Introduction
2 12 Sep 12 Fight For the Kingdom I Ki 1-2
3 19 Sep 12 Solomon Begins His Reign I Ki 3-5
4 26 Sep 12 Solomon Builds The Temple I Ki 6-8
5 03 Oct 12 Splendor of Solomons Kingdom I Ki 9-10
6 10 Oct 12 Solomons Demise I Ki 11
7 17 Oct 12 Division of the Kingdom I Ki12
8 24 Oct 12 Early History of the Kingdoms, Pt 1 I Ki 1225-1634
9 31 Oct 12 Early History of the Kingdoms, Pt 2 I Ki 1225-1634
10 07 Nov 12 Stories of Elijah I Ki 171-1921
11 14 Nov 12 War with Syria I Ki 201-43
12 21 Nov 12 More Stories of Elijah I Ki 211-2129
13 27 Nov 12 Ahabs Final Battle I Ki 221-53
4
Todays Objectives
  • Review last weeks lesson
  • Review historical maps of Israel and the region
  • Learn about Solomons unlawful marriages
  • Learn why Solomon turns to pagan gods
  • Learn about Gods judgment upon Solomon
  • Review how God raises two enemies against Solomon
  • See how and why God chooses Jeroboam to rule 10
    tribes of Israel

5
Last Weeks Lesson
  • Reviewed the previous weeks lesson
  • Reviewed historical maps of Israel and the region
  • Learnd how God warns Solomon a second time to
    heed His commandments and walk in His ways (Chp
    9)
  • Reviewed Solomons building projects (Chp 9)
  • Learned about the Queen of Shebas visit (Chp 10)
  • Learned about Solomons great wealth (Chp 10)
  • Learned how Solomons great wealth begins to
    corrupt

6
Overview of I and II Kings
  • Originally one book
  • Early Greek manuscripts of the OT combined the
    books of Samuel and Kings under the title of
    "kingdoms," or "reigns"
  • Kings was broken into two books for convenience
    sake because of its length (Greek translation)
  • Authorship
  • Some portions of the book identical to the book
    of Jeremiah
  • Jeremiah would have personal knowledge of some
    contents
  • Evidence that Ezra was the author after the
    Babylonian captivity
  • Timeline
  • Approximately 400 years, written between 560 B.C.
    and 538 B.C.
  • Start Death of David in 971 B.C.
  • End Jehoiachin's release from a Babylonian
    prison in 562 B.C.

7
Overview of I and II Kings
  • Books of Samuel and Kings cover Israel's period
    as a nation under a king
  • I Samuel Life of Saul
  • II Samuel Life of David
  • I Kings Solomon and the divided kingdom
  • II Kings The fall of the divided kingdoms of
    Israel and Judah
  • Content of I and II Kings
  • 47 chapters (I Ki 22 chapters, II Ki 25
    chapters)
  • History of the Jewish commonwealth
  • Death of David to subjugation to Babylonians

8
Overview of I and II Kings
  • Purpose
  • Imparting of great moral lessons backed up by
    well-known illustrations
  • Religious history
  • Focused upon kings rather than prophets
  • Key Lesson
  • God does not fail His people His people, led by
    their kings, have failed God
  • Gods covenant has the contingency of Israels
    faithfulness
  • Covenant also promises a return from exile those
    that return to God

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11
Main Characters of Chapters 11
  • Solomon Davids youngest son and the third king
    of Israel
  • Chemosh - god of Moab, fish god
  • Molech - god of the Ammonites, associated with
    child-sacrifice
  • Ashtoreth moon goddess of the Sidonians, also
    Ishtar, Astarte
  • Hadad enemy God raised to punish Solomon, ruled
    in Edom, managed to escape Edom when Joab
    (Davids military commander) destroyed the
    Edomites
  • Rezon - enemy God raised to punish Solomon,
    ruled in Syria (Aram), originally a leader of a
    band of rebels when David destroyed the forces of
    Zobah
  • Jeroboam God selects to ebelled against the
    king. He was one of Solomon's officials, an
    Ephraimite from Zeredah, and his mother was a
    widow named Zeruah
  • Ahijah - prophet of Shiloh, delivered the news
    that God would give Jeroboam 10 tribes to rule
    over also, God would leave one tribe with one of
    Solomons son
  • Rehoboam Solomons son who succeeded him as king

12
Solomons Unlawful Marriage (1 Kings 111-3)
  • Solomon loved many foreign women
  • Foreign women who worshipped other Gods
  • Many women
  • Nations Israel was to intermarry with
  • 700 wives and 300 concubines
  • Lust for power, prestige, and authority
  • If one wife cant satisfy, neither will 1000
  • Deuteronomy 1717 Neither shall he multiply
    wives for himself, lest his heart turn away
  • His many wives turned away his heart

13
Solomon Turns To Pagan Gods (1 Kings 114-8)
  • Solomons heart was not loyal to God
  • As was his father David
  • Went after the gods of the pagan nations
  • Gods from the nations of his wives
  • Possibly didnt see it as a denial of God
  • Convinced himself that this was okay
  • Gradual, justifiable sin that overcomes us

14
God Announces His Judgment (1 Kings 119-13)
  • God becomes angry with Solomon
  • Even though God had appeared to Solomon twice to
    warn him
  • Kingdom will be torn away from Solomon
  • Judgment delayed until after Solomons death
  • One tribe given to Solomons son for Davids sake
  • Judah and Benjamin see 2 Chron 1112

15
Two Enemies for Solomon (1 Kings 1114-25)
  • Hadad the Edomite (1114-22)
  • Decendent of the king in Edom
  • Joab had killed every male in Edom, Hadad fled to
    Egypt (2 Sam 813)
  • Pharaoh king of Egypt gave him a house, food, and
    land, he found great favor in the sight of
    Pharaoh
  • Pharaoh gave Hadad the sister of his wife, Queen
    Tahpenes, to Hadad as a wife
  • Bore him a son, whom Tahpenes weaned in Pharaoh's
    house

16
Two Enemies for Solomon (1 Kings 1114-25)
  • Rezon of Syria (1123-25)
  • Worked for the king of Zobah, but left after
    Davids defeat
  • Led a band of marauders
  • Took Damascus and became ruler of Syria
  • Laid the foundation for centuries of conflict
    with Israel, particularly the Northern Kingdom
  • Lineage leads to Tabrimmon, Ben-hadad I, and
    Ben-hadad II
  • Some of his line sided with Judah against Israel

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God Picks Jeroboam Lead Israel (1 Kings 1126-36)
  • Jeroboam a servant of Solomon (26-28)
  • Son of Nebat, an Ephraimite, a fellow Israelite
  • Rebelled against Solomon for building Millo
  • Perhaps a populist leader, man of valor
  • Ahijah speaks to Jeroboam (29-36)
  • Take ten pieces of the robe
  • He would lead the 10 tribes of the divided
    kingdom
  • God divides Israel for forsaking Him
  • God keeps one tribe under the house of David
  • First mention of a divided kingdom

19
Jeroboam and Solomons death (1 Kings 1137-43)
  • God ordains the division of Israel
  • Did this as a judgment upon Solomon for idolatry
  • God promises a lasting dynasty for Jeroboam, if
    he does what is right in Gods sight
  • Solomon seeks to kill Jeroboam
  • God states Jeroboams ascent would happen after
    Solomons death, as judgment upon Solomon
  • Solomon thought he could defeat Gods will
  • Solomon dies after a 40 year reign

20
Review
  • Reviewed last weeks lesson
  • Reviewed historical maps of Israel and the region
  • Learned about Solomons unlawful marriages
  • Learned why Solomon turns to pagan gods
  • Learned about Gods judgment upon Solomon
  • Reviewed how God raises two enemies against
    Solomon
  • Saw how and why God chooses Jeroboam to rule 10
    tribes of Israel
  • Next week Chapter 12 Division of the Kingdom
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