How long did King Saul reign?
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https://www.faithfulwordbaptist.org/ http://faithfulwordbaptist.org/page5.html https://www.faithfulwordbaptist.org/donate.html 1 Samuel 13: 1 King James Version (KJV) 13 Saul reigned one year; and when he had reigned two years over Israel, 1 Samuel 13:1 New International Version (NIV) 13 Saul was thirty[a] years old when he became king, and he reigned over Israel forty-[b] two years.
Watch more How to Understand The Bible videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/497400-Who-Is-King-David-The-Bible Hi, I'm Tim Coombs, co-pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Scotia, NY and a member of the network of biblical storytellers. To learn more about its mission, go to nbsint.org. David is one of the greatest kings of all of Israel. But, he's also a very tragic figure. Perhaps, you know the story of David and Goliath, which is a childhood story of David. But, eventually, David would challenge king Saul, and there's actually a civil war, you might say. Saul is defeated, and David becomes the king. Now, David is very smart. At this time, the people of Israel lived in twelve different tribes, and they didn't always get along with each other. So, David, very smartly, makes Jerusalem the capital, which is in between the Northern tribes and the Southern tribes. David brings the ark of the covenant, that all the ten commandments, into Jerusalem and makes it the holy sight. Now, some of the stories of David that he wanted to build a temple to put the ark in, but God says, ""No, I've lived in a tent for so long in the covenant. But, I'll tell you what, I will make your kingdom an eternal kingdom."" But, then, the tragic stories of David begin. Though he is married, he sees Bathsheba bathing. He falls in love with her, and they consummate their relationship. But, Bathsheba is married to David's best friend and general, Uriah. David has Uriah killed and for his great sin was, which is exposed to David by the prophet Nathan, David is internally sorry. Then, there's this story of his own children. He has a son, Amnon, who rapes his daughter, Tamar. But, David doesn't do anything about this. He has another son, Absalom, who ends up killing Amnon. And, then, runs away and challenges David in the throne. And, David and Absalom do battle with one another until David, eventually, defeats Absalom. And he, over his body, cries, ""Oh Absalom, Absalom."" David would eventually die. He passes on his reign to Solomon. But, he dies a very sad man in the end. Though this is viewed as the Golden Age of the nation inside this largest geographic expanse and a time when everybody was united, it would soon fall apart. That's the story of King David.
An original song that gives a brief overview of the Kings of Israel and Judah. Buy it on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/come-bless-the-lord/id1040331466?app=itunes Or buy it here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/adamzarn Check out my website: http://adamsbiblepage.com Lyrics: Then all the elders of Israel gathered together and came to Samuel At Ramah and said to him behold you are old And your sons do not walk in your ways Now appoint for us a king to judge us like all the nations So then came Saul first king of Israel But his faith was weak, ended up killing himself So David son of Jesse took his place Who was a man after God’s own heart Though he had his flaws he still played the part Of a king who pointed to the King of all kings His son Solomon reigned after him, no one was wiser in all the land But he served with a divided heart, so he left a divided Kingdom Northern Kingdom Israel and Southern Kingdom Judah Northern Kingdom Israel had 19 kings in all None were faithful to the Lord which would lead to their downfall There’s Jereboam, Nadab, Baasha, and Elah Zimri and Omri, Ahab, Ahaziah And Joram, Jehu, Jehoahaz, Jehoash, Jereboam the second And Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekahiah, Pekah, Hoshea And in seven twenty two B.C., they fell to the Assyrians Cuz God can punish a bad nation with a worse one, a worse one And God did punish a bad nation with a worse one Northern Kingdom Israel, 19 kings all bad Let’s not forget about Southern Kingdom Judah Where 8 out of 20 kings were faithful to our God They were Rehoboam, Abijah, Asa, and Jehoshaphat Jehoram, Ahaziah, Athaliah, and Joash Amaziah, Uzziah, Jotham, and Ahaz Hezekiah, Manasseh, Amon, and Josiah Jehoahaz, Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin, Zedekiah Southern Kingdom Judah, where 8 out of 20 kings were faithful to our God But even with all the good, there was still a lot of bad So God allowed Nebuchadnezzar to carry them off to Babylon In five eighty six B.C. But God wasn’t done with them you’ll see Yeah you will see Cuz there was still one King who had yet to come Jesus Christ, born of a virgin And He came to earth to set the captives free He lived a perfect life and was crucified And rose on the third day so that we might have life In Him for all eternity Jesus, King of all kings Jesus, King of all kings Jesus, King of all kings Jesus, King of all king
42), and consequently he lived fifty two years, as did the prophet samuel (seder 'olam rgenbut comp7, 8, where it is stated that solomon was fourteen years old when he began to reign, and 8 feb 2010 solomon, when presented the opportunity to ask anything whatsoever from god chose not gold or glory but wisdom. The house which king solomon built for the lord was sixty cubits long, twenty wide, and thirty high. Solomon's book of proverbs is filled with practical counsel on how to follow the lord. Wikipedia wiki solomon url? Q webcache. Upon solomon's death, his son, rehoboam, succeeds him 10 sep 2003 the good news bible in its outline chart of history places reign around 970 to 931 bc or for 39 years. And god said to him, because you have asked this thing and not for yourself long life, 41now the rest of acts solomon whatever he did, his wisdom, are they written in book solomon? An heathen writer, who makes him live but fifty two years; Which is common tradition jews, suppose was twelve years age when began reign; be 30 jun 2004 6 do what think appropriate, don't let die a peaceful death (1 kings 2 5 6). The peace a united israel enjoyed, the massive building projects he headed, and successful commerce developed became meaningless when solomon stopped pursuing god sheni l. The reign of solomon (1 kings 1 11) when he began his reign? King the wisest man who ever lived thoughtcothe sad end a moral tale community in mission king jewish virtual library. It is a and the lord did indeed grant solomon great wisdom. Yet once he followed his father david into this departure from god's plan the beginning (matthew 19 4 6 and genesis 25 jan 2017 born around 1010 bce, solomon was tenth son of king (the second ancient united israel) bathsheba. Hebrew name of saul means in the bible can you them? Background reading 11 41 now rest solomon's accomplishments, including everything else he did, read more after saul's death, kingdom became temporarily divided, with son ishbosheth ruling tribes for two years, while david ruled judah. Solomon also wrote the song of we don't know when solomon added his second wife. Kings 11 solomon's decline and death enduring wordking solomon of israel, history aish. During all adonijah's preparations, 10 aug 2017 over his 40 year reign, solomon did many great things, but he succumbed to the temptations of lesser men. He dies of natural causes at around 80 years age. Solomon wikipedia solomon wikipedia en. After ishbosheth was assassinated, david became king over all 12 tribes. The fact that other nations had temples and israel did not is the reason first temple was to be built. The lord was pleased and granted not only his request but gave him great wealth fame because of unselfishness. Like king saul and david, solomon reigned for 40 years in one of the highest most prosperous periods israel's history called by many, 7 mar 2001 past reign's david especially future messianic era are unique, idyllic when jewish people enjoy peace, pros
Song # 1775 from Our Gospel In Song Collection by Col Johnston. We read in the Book of 1 Samuel that Saul became king of Israel. His son Jonathan attacked the Philistine outpost at Geba and the Philistines prepared for battle with three thousand chariots and six thousand charioteers. When Samuel meets up with Saul he asks him “What have you done?” Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned over Israel for forty two years (1 Samuel 13:1). Saul chose three thousand men from Israel, two thousand were with Saul at Michmash and in the hill country of Bethel, and one thousand were with Jonathan, his son, at Gibeah in Benjamin (1 Samuel 13:2). Jonathan attacked the Philistine outpost at Geba, and the Philistines heard about it (1 Samuel 13:3). The Philistines assembled to fight Israel with three thousand chariots, six thousand charioteers and soldiers as numerous as the sand on the seashore (1 Samuel 13:5). When the men of Israel saw that their situation was critical and that their army was hard pressed, they hid in caves and thickets, among the rocks, and in pits and cisterns (1 Samuel 13:6). Saul remained at Gilgal , and all the troops with him were quaking with fear (1 Samuel 13:7). He waited for seven days, the time set by Samuel, but Samuel did not come to Gilgal, and Saul's men began to scatter (1 Samuel 13:8). So Saul offered up a burnt offering (1 Samuel 13:9). Just as he finished making the offering, Samuel arrived, and Saul went out to greet him (1 Samuel 13:10). “What have you done?” asked Samuel. Saul replied “When I saw the men were scattering, and that you did not come at the set time, and that the Philistines were assembling at Michmash” (1 Samuel 13:11), “I thought ‘Now the Philistines will come down against me at Gilgal, and I have not sought the Lord’s favour’ so I felt compelled to offer the burnt offering” (1 Samuel 13:12). “You acted foolishly” Samuel said “You have not kept the command the Lord your God gave you. If you had, He would have established your kingdom over Israel for all time” (1 Samuel 13:13). “But now your kingdom will not endure, because you have not kept the Lord’s command” (1 Samuel 13:14). Thought for today: let God’s word fill your mind, rule your heart, and lead your way. Thought for the future: you have all you need in life when you have God in your life. Where will you spend your eternity?
Song # 1769 from Our Gospel In Song Collection by Col Johnston. The Israelites had turned away from God, and they asked Samuel for a king of their own like all the other nations. Saul the son of Kish, reigned as king over Israel from about 1030 to 1010 BC, and should not be confused with Saul from Tarsus (who later became known as Paul the Apostle) who was converted to teach Christianity about 37AD, some seven years after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ our Lord. Saul, the son of Kish, was an impressive young man without equal among the Israelites and he stood a head taller than any of the others (1 Samuel 9:1-2). Now the donkeys belonging to Saul’s father Kish were lost, and Kish said to his son Saul “Take one of the servants with you and go and look for the donkeys” (1 Samuel 9:3). So he passed through the hill country of Ephraim and through the area around Shalisha, but they did not find the donkeys. They went on to the district of Shaalim, but the donkeys were not there. Then they passed through the territory of Benjamin, but they did not find them (1 Samuel 9:4). When they reached the district of Zuph, Paul said to the servant “Come, let’s go back, or my father will stop thinking about the donkeys and start worrying about us” (1 Samuel 9:5). The servant replied “Look, in this town there is a man of God. He is highly respected, and everything he says comes true. Let’s go there now. Perhaps he will tell us what way to take” (1 Samuel 9:6). They went up to the town, and as they were entering it, there was Samuel, coming towards them on his way up to the high place (1 Samuel 9:14). When Samuel caught sight of Saul the Lord said to Samuel “This is the man I spoke to you about, he will govern my people” (1 Samuel 9:17). Samuel told Saul the lost donkeys had been found (1 Samuel 9:20), and he took Saul and his servant into the hall and seated them at the head of those who were invited - about thirty in number (1 Samuel 9:22). And Saul dined with Samuel that day (1 Samuel 9:24). After they came down from the high place to the town, Samuel talked with Saul on the roof of his house (1 Samuel 9:25). Thought for today: when God forgives, He restores the soul. Thought for the future: eyes of faith see God’s work. Where will you spend your eternity?
1 Samuel 13 (New International Version) 1 Samuel 13 Samuel Rebukes Saul 1 Saul was thirty[a] years old when he became king, and he reigned over Israel forty-[b]two years. 2 Saul [c] chose three thousand men from Israel; two thousand were with him at Micmash and in the hill country of Bethel, and a thousand were with Jonathan at Gibeah in Benjamin. The rest of the men he sent back to their homes. 3 Jonathan attacked the Philistine outpost at Geba, and the Philistines heard about it. Then Saul had the trumpet blown throughout the land and said, "Let the Hebrews hear!" 4 So all Israel heard the news: "Saul has attacked the Philistine outpost, and now Israel has become a stench to the Philistines." And the people were summoned to join Saul at Gilgal. 5 The Philistines assembled to fight Israel, with three thousand [d] chariots, six thousand charioteers, and soldiers as numerous as the sand on the seashore. They went up and camped at Micmash, east of Beth Aven. 6 When the men of Israel saw that their situation was critical and that their army was hard pressed, they hid in caves and thickets, among the rocks, and in pits and cisterns. 7 Some Hebrews even crossed the Jordan to the land of Gad and Gilead. Saul remained at Gilgal, and all the troops with him were quaking with fear. 8 He waited seven days, the time set by Samuel; but Samuel did not come to Gilgal, and Saul's men began to scatter. 9 So he said, "Bring me the burnt offering and the fellowship offerings. [e] " And Saul offered up the burnt offering. 10 Just as he finished making the offering, Samuel arrived, and Saul went out to greet him. 11 "What have you done?" asked Samuel. Saul replied, "When I saw that the men were scattering, and that you did not come at the set time, and that the Philistines were assembling at Micmash, 12 I thought, 'Now the Philistines will come down against me at Gilgal, and I have not sought the LORD's favor.' So I felt compelled to offer the burnt offering." 13 "You acted foolishly," Samuel said. "You have not kept the command the LORD your God gave you; if you had, he would have established your kingdom over Israel for all time. 14 But now your kingdom will not endure; the LORD has sought out a man after his own heart and appointed him leader of his people, because you have not kept the LORD's command." 15 Then Samuel left Gilgal [f] and went up to Gibeah in Benjamin, and Saul counted the men who were with him. They numbered about six hundred. Israel Without Weapons 16 Saul and his son Jonathan and the men with them were staying in Gibeah [g] in Benjamin, while the Philistines camped at Micmash. 17 Raiding parties went out from the Philistine camp in three detachments. One turned toward Ophrah in the vicinity of Shual, 18 another toward Beth Horon, and the third toward the borderland overlooking the Valley of Zeboim facing the desert. 19 Not a blacksmith could be found in the whole land of Israel, because the Philistines had said, "Otherwise the Hebrews will make swords or spears!" 20 So all Israel went down to the Philistines to have their plowshares, mattocks, axes and sickles [h] sharpened. 21 The price was two thirds of a shekel [i] for sharpening plowshares and mattocks, and a third of a shekel [j] for sharpening forks and axes and for repointing goads. 22 So on the day of the battle not a soldier with Saul and Jonathan had a sword or spear in his hand; only Saul and his son Jonathan had them. Jonathan Attacks the Philistines 23 Now a detachment of Philistines had gone out to the pass at Micmash.
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