Chronologies of the Kings of Israel and Judah

You can understand the Old Testament by recognizing the kings of Israel and Judah.

To really understand Old Testament history, events and doctrines, you need to be able to identify and evaluate the kings of Israel, Judah, and their foreign enemies.

These two charts are loaded with essential details to guide your Old Testament studies. They each provide a wealth of historical information. They each begin with the split of the tribes of Israel between Jeroboam of Israel and Rehoboam of Judah, back in 931 B.C. Israel had 19 kings until Israel fell to the Assyrians. Judah had 21 kings before the nation fell to the Babylonians.

Each chart, Israel’s and Judah’s, lists the king’s number, name, and length of his reign. The scripture references when their reigns began and when they ended are provided from both the books of Kings and the books of Chronicles. The beginning and ending years of their respective reigns are listed. Also included are concise notes concerning every king and an evaluation of whether each was a “good” or “bad” king.

You can really enhance your learning and enjoyment of the Old Testament by writing each king’s number in your Bible (Jewish kings: J-10, Israel’s kings:  I-12, etc.) These charts truly are valuable Bible-study!

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    You can understand the Old Testament by recognizing the kings of Israel and Judah.

    To really understand Old Testament history, events and doctrines, you need to be able to identify and evaluate the kings of Israel, Judah, and their foreign enemies.

    These two charts are loaded with essential details to guide your Old Testament studies. They each provide a wealth of historical information. They each begin with the split of the tribes of Israel between Jeroboam of Israel and Rehoboam of Judah, back in 931 B.C. Israel had 19 kings until Israel fell to the Assyrians. Judah had 21 kings before the nation fell to the Babylonians.

    Each chart, Israel’s and Judah’s, lists the king’s number, name, and length of his reign. The scripture references when their reigns began and when they ended are provided from both the books of Kings and the books of Chronicles. The beginning and ending years of their respective reigns are listed. Also included are concise notes concerning every king and an evaluation of whether each was a “good” or “bad” king.

    You can really enhance your learning and enjoyment of the Old Testament by writing each king’s number in your Bible (Jewish kings: J-10, Israel’s kings:  I-12, etc.) These charts truly are valuable Bible-study aids!

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