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  • Rezon was Israel's bitter enemy for the rest of Solomon's reign, and he made trouble, just as Hadad did. Rezon hated Israel intensely and continued to reign in Aram. - 1 Kings 11:25

  • Then he said to Jeroboam, "Take ten of these pieces, for this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: `I am about to tear the kingdom from the hand of Solomon, and I will give ten of the tribes to you! - 1 Kings 11:31

  • But I will leave him one tribe for the sake of my servant David and for the sake of Jerusalem, which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel. - 1 Kings 11:32

  • And I will place you on the throne of Israel, and you will rule over all that your heart desires. - 1 Kings 11:37

  • If you listen to what I tell you and follow my ways and do whatever I consider to be right, and if you obey my laws and commands, as my servant David did, then I will always be with you. I will establish an enduring dynasty for you as I did for David, and I will give Israel to you. - 1 Kings 11:38

  • Solomon ruled in Jerusalem over all Israel for forty years. - 1 Kings 11:42

  • Rehoboam went to Shechem, where all Israel had gathered to make him king. - 1 Kings 12:1

  • The leaders of Israel sent for Jeroboam, and the whole assembly of Israel went to speak with Rehoboam. - 1 Kings 12:3

  • When all Israel realized that the king had rejected their request, they shouted, "Down with David and his dynasty! We have no share in Jesse's son! Let's go home, Israel! Look out for your own house, O David!" So the people of Israel returned home. - 1 Kings 12:16

  • King Rehoboam sent Adoniram,* who was in charge of the labor force, to restore order, but all Israel stoned him to death. When this news reached King Rehoboam, he quickly jumped into his chariot and fled to Jerusalem.2 - 1 Kings 12:18

  • The northern tribes of Israel have refused to be ruled by a descendant of David to this day. - 1 Kings 12:19

  • 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

  • When Rehoboam arrived at Jerusalem, he mobilized the armies of Judah and Benjamin--180,000 select troops--to fight against the army of Israel and to restore the kingdom to himself. - 1 Kings 12:21

  • 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

  • He placed these calf idols at the southern and northern ends of Israel--in Bethel and in Dan. - 1 Kings 12:29

  • So on the appointed day in midautumn, a day that he himself had designated, Jeroboam offered sacrifices on the altar at Bethel. He instituted a religious festival for Israel, and he went up to the altar to burn incense. - 1 Kings 12:33

  • Give your husband, Jeroboam, this message from the LORD, the God of Israel: `I promoted you from the ranks of the common people and made you ruler over my people Israel. - 1 Kings 14:7
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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