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  • Then at the end of the celebration,* Solomon sent the people home. They were all joyful and happy because the LORD had been so good to David and Solomon and to his people Israel.2 - 2 Chronicles 7:10

  • then I will not let anyone take away your throne. This is the same promise I gave your father, David, when I said, `You will never fail to have a successor who rules over Israel.' - 2 Chronicles 7:18

  • then I will uproot the people of Israel from this land of mine that I have given them. I will reject this Temple that I have set apart to honor my name. I will make it a spectacle of contempt among the nations. - 2 Chronicles 7:20

  • These were descendants of the nations that Israel had not completely destroyed. So Solomon conscripted them for his labor force, and they serve in the labor force to this day. - 2 Chronicles 8:8

  • The LORD your God is great indeed! He delights in you and has placed you on the throne to rule for him. Because God loves Israel so much and desires this kingdom to last forever, he has made you king so you can rule with justice and righteousness." - 2 Chronicles 9:8

  • Solomon ruled in Jerusalem over all Israel for forty years. - 2 Chronicles 9:30

  • Rehoboam went to Shechem, where all Israel had gathered to make him king. - 2 Chronicles 10:1

  • The leaders of Israel sent for Jeroboam, and he and all Israel went together to speak with Rehoboam. - 2 Chronicles 10:3

  • 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 all Israel returned home. - 2 Chronicles 10:16

  • The northern tribes of Israel have refused to be ruled by a descendant of David to this day. - 2 Chronicles 10:19

  • 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. - 2 Chronicles 11:1

  • But all the priests and Levites living among the northern tribes of Israel sided with Rehoboam. - 2 Chronicles 11:13

  • From all over Israel, those who sincerely wanted to worship the LORD, the God of Israel, followed the Levites to Jerusalem, where they could offer sacrifices to the LORD, the God of their ancestors. - 2 Chronicles 11:16

  • But when Rehoboam was firmly established and strong, he abandoned the law of the LORD, and all Israel followed him in this sin. - 2 Chronicles 12:1

  • The king and the leaders of Israel humbled themselves and said, "The LORD is right in doing this to us!" - 2 Chronicles 12:6

  • King Rehoboam firmly established himself in Jerusalem and continued to rule. He was forty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned seventeen years in Jerusalem, the city the LORD had chosen from among all the tribes of Israel as the place to honor his name. Rehoboam's mother was Naamah, a woman from Ammon. - 2 Chronicles 12:13

  • Abijah began to rule over Judah in the eighteenth year of Jeroboam's reign in Israel. - 2 Chronicles 13:1
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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