Egypt

Egypt

 
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  • When the news reached Hadad in Egypt that David and his commander Joab were both dead, he said to Pharaoh, "Let me return to my own country." - 1 Kings 11:21


  • Solomon tried to kill Jeroboam, but he fled to King Shishak of Egypt and stayed there until Solomon died. - 1 Kings 11:40


  • When Jeroboam son of Nebat heard of Solomon's death, he returned from Egypt,* for he had fled to Egypt to escape from King Solomon.1 - 1 Kings 12:2


  • When the people of Israel learned of Jeroboam's return from Egypt, they called an assembly and made him king over all Israel. So only the tribe of Judah remained loyal to the family of David. - 1 Kings 12:20


  • So on the advice of his counselors, the king made two gold calves. He said to the people, "It is too much trouble for you to worship in Jerusalem. O Israel, these are the gods who brought you out of Egypt!" - 1 Kings 12:28


  • In the fifth year of King Rehoboam's reign, King Shishak of Egypt came up and attacked Jerusalem. - 1 Kings 14:25


  • Then Hoshea conspired against the king of Assyria by asking King So of Egypt* to help him shake free of Assyria's power and by refusing to pay the annual tribute to Assyria. When the king of Assyria discovered this treachery, he arrested him and put him in prison for his rebellion.1 - 2 Kings 17:4


  • This disaster came upon the nation of Israel because the people worshiped other gods, sinning against the LORD their God, who had brought them safely out of their slavery in Egypt. - 2 Kings 17:7


  • Worship only the LORD, who brought you out of Egypt with such mighty miracles and power. You must worship him and bow before him; offer sacrifices to him alone. - 2 Kings 17:36


  • Will Egypt? If you lean on Egypt, you will find it to be a stick that breaks beneath your weight and pierces your hand. The pharaoh of Egypt is completely unreliable! - 2 Kings 18:21


  • With your tiny army, how can you think of challenging even the weakest contingent of my master's troops, even with the help of Egypt's chariots and horsemen*?1 - 2 Kings 18:24


  • I have dug wells in many a foreign land and refreshed myself with their water. I even stopped up the rivers of Egypt so that my armies could go across!" - 2 Kings 19:24


  • For they have done great evil in my sight and have angered me ever since their ancestors came out of Egypt." - 2 Kings 21:15


  • While Josiah was king, Pharaoh Neco, king of Egypt, went to the Euphrates River to help the king of Assyria. King Josiah marched out with his army to fight him, but King Neco killed him when they met at Megiddo. - 2 Kings 23:29


  • Pharaoh Neco then installed Eliakim, another of Josiah's sons, to reign in place of his father, and he changed Eliakim's name to Jehoiakim. Jehoahaz was taken to Egypt as a prisoner, where he died. - 2 Kings 23:34


  • The king of Egypt never returned after that, for the king of Babylon occupied the entire area formerly claimed by Egypt--from the brook of Egypt to the Euphrates River. - 2 Kings 24:7


  • Then all the people of Judah, from the least to the greatest, as well as the army commanders, fled in panic to Egypt, for they were afraid of what the Babylonians would do to them. - 2 Kings 25:26
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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