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Divided Kingdom

41) The Kingdom DividesRehoboam is Solomon's son. He is supposed to be the king. Jeroboam is his opposition. Jeroboam gets the North Kingdom of Israel and Rehoboam gets the Southern Kingdom of Judah. The North is filled with sinners because they worship two calves of gold that Jeroboam gave them to worship. The ten tribes of the North attack the South and win. Jeroboam becomes leader of all the Israelites. This time period will also give rise to prophets.

42) Contest at Mt. Carmel The Contest at Mt. Carmel is a contest between Elijah and the prophets of Baal to se who's God is the real God. They each get a bull and they have to call on their God to put it on fire. The prophets of Baal go first and they prepare the bull and they call on Baal but nothing happens. Elijah goes and he places 12 stones, for the number of tribes of Jacob, on the alter. He has the prophets of Baal pour water over the bull and wood to make it harder. Elijah calls on the Lord and the bull is set on fire. Elijah has the prophets of Baal killed. This is another one of God's amazing miracles.

43) JonahGod tells Jonah to go to Nineveh to preach about God because they are sinners. But Jonah flees to Tarshish by boat. God sends wind in the seas. All the men on the boat were going to die so they throw Jonah off to try and save themselves. Jonah is swallowed by a fish and he stays in there for 3 days. Jonah is spit out and he lands in Nineveh. He tells the people that they have 40 days until they're overthrown and they believe him. They start repenting and believing in God. Because of their repentance, God decides not to destroy their city. Jonah is angry at this. Jonah asks God to take his life from him and God replies "Are you right to be angry?"

World Power- EgyptTime Period- 930 B.C.- 722 B.C.Narrative Books- 1 Kings 12-22 and 2 Kings, Supplemental Book- 2 ChroniclesSecular History- 1st Olympic Games (776 B.C.), Homer writes the Iliad and Odyssey and the Founding of Rome (753 B.C.)



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