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epistle to Ahab, King of Israel

E. Van der Meulen

epistle to Ahab, King of Israel

being an ancient manuscript in which Jezebel, his Queen, a priestess of Baal, and the Princess of Sidonia, tries to persuade the King to quit the worship of Jehovah, the god of righteousness, and to convert him to worship her god, Baal, the god of power, in order that he may extend his kingdom by such deeds as the killing of Naboth, the Jezreelite, and may defend his course by such arguments (?) as have been used by conquerors in all ages, and such as are still used in modern times by those rulers who are willing to kill men, if need be, to extend empire.

by E. Van der Meulen

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Published by Lyon, Kymer, Palmer in [Grand Rapids .
Written in English


Edition Notes

On cover: Dedicated to Joseph Chamberlain by the transcribers.

StatementTranscribed by E. Van der Meulen and C.S. Hulst.
ContributionsHulst, Cornelia Steketee, 1865-,
The Physical Object
Pagination[10] leaves.
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16732098M

Also forty-two of king Ahaziah’s brethren, 2 Kings By subtlety he slayeth all the priests and prophets of Ahab; breaketh down his images and temple, 2 Kings He followeth the sin of Jeroboam, 2 Kings Hazael oppresseth Israel: Jehoahaz suceeedeth Jehu, 2 Kings 81 Verses About Ahab from 5 Books Kings-1 So Omri slept with his fathers, and was buried in Samaria: and Ahab his son reigned in his stead. Kings-1 And in the thirty and eighth year of Asa king of Judah began Ahab the son of Omri to reign over Israel: and Ahab the son of Omri reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty and two years.

And Ahab made a grove; and Ahab did more to provoke the Lord God of Israel to anger than all the kings of Israel that were before him. In Context | Full Chapter | Other Translations 1 Kings Lessons from Old Testament Kings - Ahab Steve Keddie Sermon Page 2 of 6 October 2) The impact of Ahab’s marriage to Jezebel Ahab had married Jezebel, the daughter of Ethbaal, the king of the Sidonians4 (1 Kings b).She was a bad influence in Ahab’s life, as the following two.

  1. Jehoram is anointed king of Judah (2 Kings ), ruling with his father, Jehoshaphat, for the final 5 or 6 years of his father’s reign. 2. Elijah is translated to heaven (2 Kings –18). 3. Jehoshaphat, advised by Elisha, teams with the king of Israel in a fight against Moab (2 Kings 3). 4. 1 Kings Elijah Flees Jezebel. 19 AhabtoldJezebelallthatElijahhaddone,andhowqhehadkilledalltheprophetswiththesword.2 ThenJezebelsentamessengertoElijah,saying,r“Somaythegodsdotomeandmorealso,ifIdonotmakeyourlifeasthelifeofoneofthembythistimetomorrow.”3 Thenhewasafraid,andhearoseandranforhislifeandcametosBeersheba,whichbelongstoJudah,andlefthisservantthere.


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Epistle to Ahab, King of Israel by E. Van der Meulen Download PDF EPUB FB2

On cover: Dedicated to Joseph Chamberlain by the transcribers. Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search archived web sites Advanced SearchPages: 1 Kings 22 Amplified Bible (AMP) Ahab’s Third Campaign against Aram.

22 Aram (Syria) and Israel continued without war for three years. 2 In the third year Jehoshaphat king of Judah came down to the [] king of Israel. 3 Now the king of Israel said to his servants, “Do you know that Ramoth in Gilead is ours, yet we are still doing nothing to take it from the hand of the king of Aram?” 4.

The Arameans fled with Israel pursuing them, while Ben-hadad, king of Aram, escaped on a chariot horse. 21 Then the king of Israel went out and destroyed the horses and chariots.

Thus he inflicted a severe defeat on Aram. 22 Then the prophet approached the king of Israel. Scripture gives this summary of Ahab’s reign: In the thirty-eighth year of Asa king of Judah, Ahab the son of Omri began to reign over Israel, and Ahab the son of Omri reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty-two years.

And Ahab the son of Omri did evil in the sight of the LORD, more than all who were before him. 1 Kings 22 (New King James Version) 1-Kings chapter 22 1 Now three years passed without war between Syria and Israel.

Remember that the name translated as "Syria" in Hebrew is Aram whose territory extended far to the north and east. 2 Then it came to pass, in the third year, that Jehoshaphat the king of Judah went down to visit the king of Israel.

Ahab, the most wicked King of Israel. God stated that King Ahab did epistle to Ahab evil in his eyes than any other king before him. When the Lord of heaven makes this kind of comment about a person’s life this clearly reveals that God was not pleased with Ahab’s rule.

God said that Ahab didn’t think much was wrong with the evil epistle to Ahab that he did while he ruled. The Argument - This second book contains the acts of the kings of Judah and Israel: that is, of Israel, from the death of Ahab to the last king Hoshea, who was imprisoned by the king of Assyria, and his city Samaria taken, and the ten tribes led into captivity by the just plague of God for their idolatry and disobedience to God.

Ahab: Reigned twenty-two years (abt. – B.C.). Ahab, the son of Omri, is considered to be the northern kingdom’s worst king.

He married Jezebel, an idolatrous Sidonian princess who promoted Baal worship and persecuted those who followed Jehovah. She tried to have the prophet Elijah killed. Elijah prophesied the deaths of Ahab and.

“ Now Ahab the son of Omri became king over Israel in the thirty-eighth year of Asa king of Judah, and Ahab the son of Omri reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty-two years. Ahab the son of Omri did evil in the sight of the Lord more than all who were before him. Jeroboam (II), king of Israel.

A seal belonging to 'Shema, servant of Jeroboam', probably refers to king Jeroboam II, although some scholars think it was Jeroboam I.

Jezebel, wife of king Ahab of Israel. A seal was found that may bear her name, but the dating and identification with the biblical Jezebel is a subject of debate among scholars. wife Jezebel said, "Some king of Israel you make [rise and rule over Israel].

Get up, eat and take heart; I myself shall get you the vineyard of Naboth the [.] = literal translation IBHE, vol. I, page The story of the unjust death of Naboth is Part II of the.

And he went up and closed in on s Samaria and fought against it. 2 And he sent messengers into the city to Ahab king of Israel and said to him, “Thus says Ben-hadad: 3 ‘Your silver and your gold are mine; your best wives and children also are mine.’” 4 And the king of Israel answered, “As you say, my lord, O king, I am yours, and all that I have.” 5 The messengers came again and said, “Thus says Ben-hadad:.

21 I shall now bring disaster down on you; I shall sweep away your descendants and wipe out every manjack of the House of Ahab, fettered or free in Israel.

22 I shall treat your House as I treated the house of Jeroboam son of Nebat and of Baasha son of Ahijah, for provoking my anger and leading Israel. King Ahab decided that he wanted to buy some land so his servants could grow vegetables for him.

He looked around for some land near his palace that would have rich soil for growing good vegetables. There was a man in Israel named Naboth.

He owned a vineyard that was right next to King Ahab’s palace. King Ahab liked Naboth’s piece of land. Ahab was the son and successor of Omri. According to the Bible, he was one of Israel’s worst kings.

The Bible presents him as the seventh king of Israel since the beginning of the divided monarchy following Solomon’s death. Three books and many chapters of the Bible discuss the rule of King Ahab. Ahab defeated the Syrians and had many encounters with the prophets Elijah and Elisha.

See 1 Kings 16 - 22, 2 Kings2 Chronicles Here is how Ahab died: Jehoshaphat, the King of Judah, went down to meet with Ahab, the King of Israel. Accounts of the life of Athaliah are to be found in 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles in the Hebrew is usually considered to have been the daughter of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel of Israel.

Athaliah was married to Jehoram of Judah to seal a treaty between the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, and to secure his position Jehoram killed his six brothers. Upon Omri's (I) death, his evil son Ahab (I) and Ahab's even worse wife Jezebel take the throne of Israel.

The prophet Elijah helps the widow of Zarephath. See also Jezebel. In the Old Testament, one of the most wicked and powerful kings of northern Israel. He married Jezebel, a Sidonian princess, through whose influence the worship of Baal and Ashtoreth was established in Israel (1 Kgs. –33; 2 Kgs. ) and an attempt was made to do away with the prophets and the worship of Jehovah (1 Kgs.

Jezebel (/ ˈ dʒ ɛ z ə b əl,-b ɛ l /, Hebrew: אִיזֶבֶל) was the daughter of Ithobaal I of Tyre and the wife of Ahab, King of Israel, according to the Book of Kings of the Hebrew Bible (1 Kings ).

According to the Biblical narrative, Jezebel, along with her husband, instituted the worship of. King Ahab actually disguised himself as though he were not a king, while persuading King Jehoshaphat to retain his kingly robes.

As a result of King Jehoshaphat’s affinity with the wicked King Ahab, Jehoshaphat nearly lost his life. The Syrians mistook him for King Ahab, and had not the Lord helped him, he would have died on the battlefield.Omri left to Ahab an empire that comprised not only territory east of the Jordan River, in Gilead and probably Bashan, but also the land of Moab, whose king was southern kingdom of Judah, if not actually subject to Omri, was certainly a subordinate ally.

And Ahab’s marriage to Jezebel, daughter of Ethbaal of Sidon, revived an alliance with the Phoenicians that had been in. There is a definite problem with King Baasha of Israel, who bursts onto the biblical scene during discussion in the First Book of Kings about Jeroboam I’s wicked son, Nadab (), and who, though he (Baasha) is said to have reigned for 24 years (), is actually found as king of Israel from Asa of Judah’s 3rd to 36 th years (cf.