Judah

Judah

 
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  • Then the king instructed Amasa to mobilize the army of Judah within three days and to report back at that time. - 2 Samuel 20:4


  • Once again the anger of the LORD burned against Israel, and he caused David to harm them by taking a census. "Go and count the people of Israel and Judah," the LORD told him. - 2 Samuel 24:1


  • Then they came to the stronghold of Tyre, and all the cities of the Hivites and Canaanites. Finally, they went south to Judah as far as Beersheba. - 2 Samuel 24:7


  • Joab reported the number of people to the king. There were 800,000 men of military age in Israel and 500,000 in Judah. - 2 Samuel 24:9


  • Adonijah went to the stone of Zoheleth* near the spring of En-rogel, where he sacrificed sheep, oxen, and fattened calves. He invited all his brothers--the other sons of King David--and all the royal officials of Judah.2 - 1 Kings 1:9


  • When you bring him back here, he will sit on my throne. He will succeed me as king, for I have appointed him to be ruler over Israel and Judah." - 1 Kings 1:35


  • Then the LORD will repay him for the murders of two men who were more righteous and better than he. For my father was no party to the deaths of Abner son of Ner, commander of the army of Israel, and Amasa son of Jether, commander of the army of Judah. - 1 Kings 2:32


  • Geber son of Uri, in the land of Gilead,* including the territories of King Sihon of the Amorites and King Og of Bashan. And there was one governor over the land of Judah.*3 - 1 Kings 4:19


  • The people of Judah and Israel were as numerous as the sand on the seashore. They were very contented, with plenty to eat and drink. - 1 Kings 4:20


  • Throughout the lifetime of Solomon, all of Judah and Israel lived in peace and safety. And from Dan to Beersheba, each family had its own home and garden. - 1 Kings 4:25


  • The king made silver as plentiful in Jerusalem as stones. And valuable cedarwood was as common as the sycamore wood that grows in the foothills of Judah.*7 - 1 Kings 10:27


  • But Rehoboam continued to rule over the Israelites who lived in the towns of Judah. - 1 Kings 12:17


  • 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


  • "Say to Rehoboam son of Solomon, king of Judah, and to all the people of Judah and Benjamin, - 1 Kings 12:23


  • When they go to Jerusalem to offer sacrifices at the Temple of the LORD, they will again give their allegiance to King Rehoboam of Judah. They will kill me and make him their king instead." - 1 Kings 12:27


  • Jeroboam also instituted a religious festival in Bethel, held on a day in midautumn,* similar to the annual Festival of Shelters in Judah. There at Bethel he himself offered sacrifices to the calves he had made. And it was at Bethel that he appointed priests for the pagan shrines he had made.1 - 1 Kings 12:32
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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