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  • The Israelite Kingdom Chapter 8.2
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  • Early Kings By 1100 B.C., Israelites had settled Canaan developed a prosperous culture created an alphabet and calendar
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  • Early Kings Israel had one powerful enemy-The Philistines Israel had one powerful enemy-The Philistines
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  • Saul: The First King Samuel anointed Saul as first king of Israel Samuel anointed Saul as first king of Israel Saul won many battles Disobeyed Gods commands
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  • King David David killed Goliath before he became king David killed Goliath before he became king
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  • King David King united tribes of Israel King united tribes of Israel Defeated the Philistines Defeated the Philistines Established a capital city in Jerusalem Established a capital city in Jerusalem Wrote some of the Book of Psalms Wrote some of the Book of Psalms
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  • Psalm 23
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  • King Solomon Davids son Davids son Built the first temple in Jerusalem Built the first temple in Jerusalem Builds many beautiful temples and structures throughout the city Builds many beautiful temples and structures throughout the city Known for his wisdom Known for his wisdom Author of Proverbs Author of Proverbs
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  • Solomons wisdom
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  • Getting tired of The Israelites were getting tired of working on all of King Solomons building projects The Israelites were getting tired of working on all of King Solomons building projects
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  • Two Kingdoms 10 northern tribes founded Israel 10 northern tribes founded Israel Capital was Samaria Capital was Samaria Two Southern kingdoms formed Judah Two Southern kingdoms formed Judah Capital was Jerusalem Capital was Jerusalem
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  • The Fall of Israel Assyrians forced conquered people to pay tribute Assyrians forced conquered people to pay tribute Israel refused Israel refused Assyrians invaded Israel in 722 B.C. Assyrians invaded Israel in 722 B.C.
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  • The Fall of Judah People of Judah survived Assyrian conquest, but it did not last People of Judah survived Assyrian conquest, but it did not last Nebuchadnezzar forced people to leave Jerusalem and live in Babylon Nebuchadnezzar forced people to leave Jerusalem and live in Babylon This time became known as the EXILE This time became known as the EXILE Nebuchadnezzar leveled Jerusalem and destroyed the temple Nebuchadnezzar leveled Jerusalem and destroyed the temple
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  • What was the Prophets Message? Prophets offered hope in times of despair Prophets offered hope in times of despair Prophets explained that people were not obeying God Prophets explained that people were not obeying God Prophets urged people to change their ways and make the world a better place Prophets urged people to change their ways and make the world a better place Prophets stressed importance of leading a moral life Prophets stressed importance of leading a moral life Prophets helped others connect with God Prophets helped others connect with God
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  • Kings Unite the Israelites King SaulKing DavidKing Solomon 1.1100BC 2.First king of Israel 3.Chosen by the judge named Samuel 4.Defeated the Philistines 5.Disobeyed some of Gods commands 6.Samuel chose another king. 1.Young shepherd, famous for killing Goliath 2.King Saul gave David control of the army 3.After Sauls death, David became king 4.Defeated the Philistines 5.Established Israels capital, Jerusalem. 6.Wrote many songs and Psalms 7.Israel enjoyed prosperous times under Davids rule 1.Son of David 2.C. 970BC 3.Built the 1 st temple in Jerusalem 4.Wise king, under his rule Israel was peace for many years 5.Wrote wise sayings called proverbs 6.Israelites did not like all the taxes and working on his projects 7.Died c. 922 BC