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    Queen Jezebel) had married Jehoram (son of Judah’s King Jehoshaphat) to cement a treaty (2 Chronicles 18:1). Athaliah and Jehoram’s son was Ahaziah. Ahaziah became the 6th king of Judah and ruled for one year. Elisha anointed Jehu, an army commander, as the new king of Israel. Jehu proceeded to destroy the royal family of Israel. 2 Kings 10:1-17, records how he brutally wiped out all of old King Ahab’s descendants (including Ahab’s widow, Jezebel – 2 Kings 9:30-37). He also killed all of the prophets of Baal in Israel (2 Kings 10:18-35). He killed both Joram (king of Israel) and Ahaziah (king of Judah) –2 Kings 9:14-29. When King Ahaziah was killed, one of his sons should have become King of Judah. Instead, Ahaziah’s mother decided that she should be queen. She tried to kill all of her own children and grandchildren so that they would not take the crown away from her. She almost succeeded in killing them all. You might remember how God had promised King David, years before that his descendant (later revealed as Jesus Christ) would someday save the world. Athaliah’s husband, Jehoram, was a descendant of King David. If Athaliah would have succeeded in her plan to kill all of her husband’s descendants then she would have killed all of King David’s descendants and made the Lord’s promise impossible to fulfill. We learn that he had two very different bloodlines linked. Good and Evil - the house of David, Jehoshaphat and Jehoram (father and son) were idol worshipers and…

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    Jehoshaphat Research Paper

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    Jehoshaphat (king of Judah 870-848 BC) was renowned for his godliness and devotion to orthodoxy. An accomplished warrior, his battlefield successes included the defeat of a superior army of Moabites, Ammonites and Meunites (2 Chronicles 20). Before entering, God, through the prophet Jahaziel, told Jehoshaphat, "...the battle is not yours, but God's. You needn't fight this battle. Take up your position; stand firm and see the deliverance the Lord will give you" (2 Chronicles 20: 16-17). Also…

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    Micaiah

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    The second item to notice about Micaiah is his responsibility (22:10-14). This is where the story turns into a fiasco. While Ahab and Jehoshaphat wait for Micaiah to arrive, they sit upon their thrones by the gate in Samaria. All four-hundred prophets are prophesying before them (22:10). You can just imagine how hectic it would be to hear four-hundred different people speaking at the same time. Amid this crazy scene, a man named Zedekiah spoke up and made horns of iron for himself. These horns…

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    duration. There are no rules or laws that I am to follow or participate in to fulfil the discipline of fasting. A time that I have decided to fast and seek God is the beginning of each year. It is a time when it’s just between me and God, a time where I choose to put God first, to spend time in prayer and reading my bible so I am prepared for the year ahead. I believe that God is to be first in our lives and by giving the first few weeks to God in prayer and fasting I will be more…

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    where a wall fell on twenty-seven thousand of them. e (chp 20:30). Ben-Hadad sought refuge in the inner chamber of the city. He sent messengers to appeal to King Ahab for mercy (20:34). Ahab made a treaty with Ben-Hadad in which he was to restore all that his father had taken from Israel and he also offered Ahab trading places in Damascus in return for his life and freedom. The consequence of this treaty and Ahab’s refusal to kill Ben-Hadad was God’s anger and against Ahab and is household. g…

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    Hebraic Worldview Analysis

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    no longer considered a part of God’s people. The worldview of the Israelites from this point aligned with whichever deity the king worshipped. Judah, on the other hand, has varying rulers, which reflects how the people would stray from God and then return. Because they were constantly switching doctrines, they had no core values or set worldview. After Solomon, the people began to stray towards idolatry under Rehoboam and Abijah. Judah did not return to God until the rule of King Asa. According…

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    Abraham and ending with David, “Abraham became the father of Isaac, Isaac the father of Jacob, Jacob the father of Judah and his brothers. Judah became the father of Perez and Zerah, whose mother was Tamar. Perez became the father of Hezron, Hezron the father of Ram, Ram the father of Amminadab. Amminadab became the father of Nahshon, Nahshon the father of Salmon, Salmon the father of Boaz, whose mother was Rahab. Boaz became the father of Obed, whose mother was Ruth. Obed became the father of…

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    the Baal prophets fail to bring fire on the altar from their God Elijah kills them all. Ahab tells Jezebel about Elijah killings so she sets out to kill him. So naturally, Elijah goes into hiding but before he can hind for too long God calls on him. Elijah travels to Elisha's farm who will take Elijah's place when he's gone. Ahab and Ben-hadad fight throughout chapter twenty. Eventually. Ahab wins but refuses to kill Ben-hadad like God wants to God threatens to take his life instead of…

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    “the test got harder-multiplying numbers in my head, finding the queen of hearts in the deck of cards, trying to stand on my head with out using my hands, predicting the daily temperature in Los Angeles, New York and London. One night I hand to look at a page from the bible for three minutes and than report everything I could remember “Now Jehoshaphat had rich and honor in abundance and … that’s all I remember, Ma” I said. And after seeing my mothers disappointed face once again, something…

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    the LORD your God Who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slaves, You shall have no other gods beside ME" (p.65). In this scene from the Old Testament, God speaks these words to announce that his followers worship him only and not have any other gods who they believe in (Lawall, 2006, p.65). This expert from the Old Testament highlights another fundamental belief of the Christian worldview that the Hellenistic worldview does not share as the believers of the Hellenistic…

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