Israel

-1. A name given to Jacob Genesis 32:24-32; 2 Kings 17:34; Hosea 12:3, 4

-2. A name of the Messiah in prophecy Isaiah 49:3

-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 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, HER, BENJAM, DAN, EPHRAIM, GAD, ISSACHAR, JUDAH, MANSEH,

NAPHTALI, REUBEN, SIMEON, ZEBULUN Names of, seen in John\'s vision, on the gates of the New

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Jerusalem Revelation 21:12 Prophecies concerning Genesis 15:5, 13; 25:23; 27:28, 26:4; 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; with 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 47:4-10, Genesis 46:28-34; 27, 28 Lived in Egypt for four-

hundred and thirty years Exodus 12:40, 41; with Genesis 15:13; Acts 7:6; Galatians 3:17 Were enslaved

and oppressed by the Egyptians Exodus 1; 2; 5; Acts 7:18-21 Lheir groaning heard by God Exodus 2:23-25

Moses commissioned as the deliverer Exodus 3:2-22; 4:1-17 Lhe land of Egypt was plagued on their

account - See EGYPL Exempt from the plagues Exodus 8:22, 23; 9:4-6, 26; 10:23; 1 1 :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 Lhe 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

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Journey from Succoth to Etham Exodus 13:20 Journey to Pi-hahiroth Exodus 14:2; Numbers 33:5-7

Pursued by the Egyptians Exodus 14:5-3 1 Pass through the Red Sea Exodus 14: 19-22; Deuteronomy 1 1 :4;

Psalm 78; 105; 106; 136 Lhe 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 3 3 : 1 5 At the

suggestion of Jethro, Moses\' father-in-law, they organize a system of government Exodus 18:25;

Deuteronomy 1:9-17 Lhe 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 Lhe law delivered to Exodus 20; 21; 22; 23;

24: 1-4; Leviticus 25; 26; 27 Lhe people receive it and covenant obedience to it Exodus 24:3, 7 Idolatry of

Exodus 32; Deuteronomy 9:17-21 Lhe 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 Lhe mourning of, when God refused to lead them Exodus 33:4-10

Lables 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 Lhe 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 10:1 1-36 For the itinerary, see Numbers 33 Lhe 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 Lhe 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 - 1 3 Are refused passage through the country of Edom Numbers 20 : 1 4-2 1 Lhe death of Aaron

Numbers 20:22, 29; 33:38, 39; Deuteronomy 10:6 Defeat the Canaanites Numbers 21:1-3 Are scourged

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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 - 1 1 ; Joshua 17:3-6 Conquest of the Midianites Numbers 3 1 Nations dread

Deuteronomy 2:25 Renew the covenant Deuteronomy 29 Moses dies, and the people mourn Deuteronomy

34 Joshua appointed the leader Numbers 27 : 1 8-23 ; Deuteronomy 31:23

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; with

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 24:3 1 ; Judges 2:7

-UNDER .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; 1 1 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 with

Judges 13; Judges 14; Judges 15; Judges 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

with 1 Samuel 1; 1 Samuel 2; 1 Samuel 3; 1 Samuel 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 S BEFORE SEPARATION TO TWO DOMS

Saul anointed asking 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

16:1 1-13 Goliath killed 1 Samuel 17 Israel defeated by the Philistines, and Saul and his sons are killed 1

Samuel 3 1

1 30; 2 1 : 1 2 2:4, 1 1

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

1 S 1 :32-40 1 S 6 \'S

built 1 Kings 7 Solomon\'s death 1 Kings 1 1 :41-43

- REVOLT 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

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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

-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)

-1. Jeroboam, twenty -two years

-2. Nadab, about two years

-3. Baasha, twenty -four years

-4. Elah, two years

-5. Zimri, seven days

-6. Omri, twelve years

-7. Ahab, twenty -two years

-8. Ahaziah, two years

-9. 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)

-TORY

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

ISRAEL, PROPHECIES CONCERNG

ISRAEL, PROPHECIES CONCERNG

-PROPHECIES CONCERNG Of captivity, famine, and judgments 1 Kings 14:15, 16; 17:1; 2 Kings 7:1,

20:13-28; 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 following . . .

-5. JUDAH - The nation composed of the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, called JUDAH, and JEWS, ruled

by the descendants of David - Isaiah 11:12

.

.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

-1. Rehoboam, seventeen years

-2. Abijah (Abijam), three years

-3. Asa, forty-one years

-4. Jehoshaphat, twenty -five years

-5. Jehoram, eight years

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-6. Ahaziah, one year

Athaliah\'s usurpation, six years

-7. Joash (Jehoash), forty years

-8. Amaziah, twenty -nine years

-9. 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

, , FAR, 2 S

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 JOH) 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 36:1 1-21 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

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

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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 1 1 Catalogue of the priests and Levites who came up with Zerubbabel Nehemiah

1 2 Nehemiah reforms various abuses Nehemiah 1 3 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

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REJECTED Rejected by God Matthew 21:43; Luke 20: 16

-PROPHECIES CONCERNG

Of their rejection of the Messiah Isaiah 8: 14, 15; 49:5, 7; 52:14; 53:1-3; Zechanah 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; Hab 1:6-11; Zep 1 ; Zechanah 1 1 ; 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; 26:1, 25; 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; Ob 1:17-21; Micah 2:12, 13; 5:3; Zep 2:7; Zechanah 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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