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Unit 11 lesson 29 intro unit 11 esv ol

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Unit 11 lesson 29 intro unit 11 esv ol

  1. 1. 1 Today’s lesson is VERY different!!! You must follow each PPT slide in order or you will miss an activity or important information. The Lord be with you!
  2. 2. 2 Lesson 29 Unit 11 The Kingdom Weakened and Divided Overview of Class Today: Post and Pray Memory / Journal SMART Goals Update Introduction Unit 11 Objectives: 1. List and explain the rules for the kings. 2. Explain the meaning of the Chart of Kings up through David.
  3. 3. 3 The Lord be with you. Post and Pray (Go to link in Topic Box for today on MOODLE)
  4. 4. 4 Purity 54. 1 Peter 2:22 – “He committed no sin, and neither was deceit found in His mouth.” Click on the speaker. Then, open your journal and follow the prompts.
  5. 5. 5 Continue in your Journal and complete your goals for the next 6 weeks. This part is VERY important! You must be specific as to HOW and HOW OFTEN you are going to this task. Example: “I will read my Bible each night for 20 minutes outside of my class assignment.” How: read my Bible outside of class. How often: each night for 20 minutes.
  6. 6. Where are we now? 6 David’s son, Solomon, became the next king. The LORD blessed Solomon. He was the wealthiest and most powerful king Israel ever had.
  7. 7. Poetic books 5 books Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon Other books of the Bible were written during the time of 1 Kings…. 7 David wrote most of the Psalms. Solomon wrote Proverbs, Song of Solomon and Ecclesiastes.
  8. 8. THE NORTHERN KINGDOM under King Jeroboam. Its capital was located in Samaria. This kingdom is called the kingdom of ISRAEL. THE SOUTHERN KINGDOM under King Rehoboam (Solomon’s son). Its capital was located in Jerusalem. This kingdom is called the kingdom of JUDAH. All the kings of Judah descended from King David. 8 After Solomon, the kingdom was divided into TWO parts:
  9. 9. The people living in both of these kingdoms turned their hearts away from the Lord, and God had to judge them. 9
  10. 10. God first judged the wicked northern kingdom of Israel by sending the Assyrians. In 722 B.C. the Assyrians conquered Israel and carried away the people as captives. 10
  11. 11. Later God judged the southern kingdom of Judah by sending the Babylonians under King Nebuchadnezzar. In 586 B.C. the city of Jerusalem and the temple were destroyed by the Babylonians and the Jews were carried away to Babylon as captives. 11
  12. 12. 12 In the book of Kings, we see that the priests become less and less important. The priests were the ones who were supposed to teach God’s Word to the people. But most of the priests failed to do this.
  13. 13. 13 Two important prophets would be Elijah and Elisha. So, God raised up prophets to give His message to the nation and to kings.
  14. 14. 14 The Kingdom Weakened and Divided Go to UNIT 11
  15. 15. OBJECTIVES: It is the purpose of this unit to enable you – 1 - to realize that God does not leave you, but that it is you who leaves God. 15
  16. 16. 2 - to understand that a good beginning means nothing when the end is bad and far from God. 16
  17. 17. 3 - to learn from Solomon's life that having everything in life is no substitute for true faith and the love of God. 17
  18. 18. 4 - to understand what caused the split of the Kingdom of Israel into two kingdoms. 18
  19. 19. 5 - to understand God's persistence in attempting to keep His people faithful by sending them His prophets. 19
  20. 20. 6 - to discover that leaders have a tremendous influence upon their followers - either leading them to proper worship in the true God or leading them into false worship or idolatry. 20
  21. 21. 21 In order to type in the box in the packet, you MAY need to right click in the box and click on “ADD TEXT”.
  22. 22. INTRODUCTION: God’s Rules for a King - Deuteronomy 17:14-20 - When the Israelites wanted a man as their king, God stated that they should appoint the king that the LORD chooses and that he must be an Israelite, “from among your brothers” (v. 15). These were the instructions (v. 16-20) that those kings were to follow. 1. - The king must NOT have great number of . (v. 16) 2. - The king must NOT have many [harem], for they will lead his heart from God. (v. 17) 3. - The king must NOT accumulate large amounts of and (v. 17) horses wives silver gold. 22
  23. 23. 4. - The king must NOT make the people return to . (v. 16) 5. - The king must a copy of the and read it throughout his , so that he “will not consider himself to be better than his brothers and turn from the to the or to the .” (vv. 18-20) Egypt write for himself law life law right left 23 God would bless Solomon and his descendants as he observed the Word of the Lord.
  24. 24. 24 Go to today’s topic box on MOODLE and click on Psalm 1:2-3. This is what David was trying to tell Solomon. Respond to the question in the discussion forum.
  25. 25. THE CHART Let’s take a look at the Kings of Israel and Judah. 25 The following chart is something that we will use for the rest of this course and can be found in your Unit 11 packet. It is important that you become familiar with the information on this as I teach it. Today, I will give you a complete overview of both pages of the chart using the PPT. Be sure to click on the speaker to hear the lecture.
  26. 26. Kings ISRAEL - NORTHERN KINGDOM JUDAH - SOUTHERN KINGDOM Fall of Samaria 1 Kings 17 26 209 years after the split Other Events in the World Prophets
  27. 27. JUDAH - SOUTHERN KINGDOM 27 345 years after the split 136 years after Israel’s take over
  28. 28. Holy Land Old Testament 1300 BC Twelve Tribes 28 This helps you see how the Promised Land was divided up among the 12 tribes. Notice that the tribe of Levi does not have land because they were the priests and were spread out all over the Promised Land.
  29. 29. Holy Land Old Testament 1300 BC Twelve Tribes 29
  30. 30. Holy Land Old Testament 900 BC Divided Kingdom 30
  31. 31. ISRAEL SPLITS INTO TWO KINGDOMS 931 B.C.   31 Unit 11 Handout
  32. 32. ISRAEL LEFT SIDE Northern Kingdom Samaria ALSO CALLED CAPITAL 32
  33. 33. Many Dynasties LEFT SIDE All of the Kings Worshiped Idols RULERS RELATIONSHIP/ GOD 33
  34. 34. Assyria LEFT SIDE 722 B.C. Assyrian Captivity CAPTIVITY DATE DESTRUCTION BY 34 209 years after the split
  35. 35. JUDAH RIGHT SIDE Southern Kingdom Jerusalem ALSO CALLED CAPITAL 35
  36. 36. David’s Line RIGHT SIDE Some Worshiped Idols/ Others Did Not RULERS RELATIONSHIP/ GOD 36
  37. 37. Babylonia RIGHT SIDE 586 B.C. Babylonian Captivity CAPTIVITY DATE DESTRUCTION BY 37 345 years after the split and 136 years after Israel went into captivity.
  38. 38. Remnant Those who came back from the Captivities   38
  39. 39. 39 Wrap up 1.Who wrote most of the Psalms? 2.Who wrote Proverbs, Song of Solomon and Ecclesiastes? 3. What were the names of the two divided Kingdoms? 4. What was so significant about ALL the kings of Israel according to the chart? Go to the journal on MOODLE and type in your responses.
  40. 40. 40 HOMEWORK • Memory Work #54 • 2 responses, three sentences for each chapter. 1 Kings 1-3, 5-6, 8 • DON’T FORGET: To do everything on the PPT slides!! • Take the Unit 10 #2 Test

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