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Names VI

1. King Hiram of Tyre Politically allied himself with King David. Later he helped Solomon build the Temple by sending the skilled engraver and designer as well as cedar logs.
2. Adoniram In charge of forced labor under King Solomon and King Rehoboam. The Israelites stoned him to death.
3. King Shishak King of Egypt that attacked Jerusalem carrying off the treasures. After abandoning God, Israelites became his subjects so that they may learn the difference between serving [Him] and serving the kings of other lands. (2 Chronicles 12:8)
4. King Abijah Son and successor of Rehoboam. Failed in his attempt to reunite the Northern Kingdom of Israel with the Southern Kingdom of Judah.
5. Zerah the Cushite Marched out against the Kingdom of Judah with an enormous army. However, after King Asa turns to God in prayer, the Lord struck down the Cushites. Then the Israelites were able to collect a large amount of plunder.
6. Baasha Third King of Northern Israel who began to fortify Ramah but was defeated by the unexpected alliance of Asa with Ben-Hadad.
7. Hanani Prophet who rebuked Asa for relying on the King of Aram and not on God. Asa became so enraged with him that he threw the seer into prison.
8. King Jehoshaphat Son and successor of Asa. He then sinfully allied himself with Ahab by the marriage of his son Jehoram to Athaliah (Ahab and Jezebel's daughter)
9. Jehu Anointed King of Israel and given the charge by God to destroy the House of Ahab. He killed Ahab and had Jezebel killed by having her thrown down from the wall of Jezreel. Dogs devoured Jezebel as was prophesied in 2 Kings 9.
10. Micaiah Son of Imlah Faithful and fearless prophet who was slapped and thrown into prison after prophesying the truth that King Ahab would be defeated and killed in battle.
11. Athaliah Daughter of Ahab and Jezebel and wife of King Jehoram. When Ahaziah was killed by Jehu’s troops, she proceeded to destroy the whole royal family of the house of Judah to become the Queen of Judah. She reigned for six years and then was put to death.
12. Jehoiada High priest who together with his wife Jehosheba (daughter of King Jehoram and sister of King Ahaziah), preserved the life of the baby Joash by hiding him with them in the Temple of God, while Athaliah ruled Judah for six years. He lived for 130 years
13. King Joash King of Judah at 7 years old becoming the youngest Hebrew King to reign. He called the Israelites to bring their contributions to restore the Temple. After death of Jehoiada, he turned back to worshipping idols and his own officials killed him.
14. Zechariah Son of Jehoiada When the Spirit came on him; he confronted Joash and the rest of the assembly about disobeying the Lord’s commands and subsequently was stoned to death in the courtyard of the Temple.
15. King Uzziah (Also called Azariah). Became King of Judah at 16 years old after the death of his father Amaziah. He had great success but “his pride led to his downfall.” (2 Chronicles 26:16). God afflicted him with leprosy for entering the temple to burn incense.
16. King Jotham Son and successor of Uzziah. He defeated the Ammonites who paid Judah 100 talents of silver for three years. “[He] grew powerful because he walked steadfastly before the Lord.” (2 Chronicles 27:6)
17. King Ahaz Son and successor of Jotham. He worshiped idols, introduced heathen and idolatrous customs, and even sacrificed his own sons in the fire. God handed him over to the King of Aram to discipline him, but he became even more unfaithful to God.
18. Isaiah Prophet to King Hezekiah when threatened by Sennacherib. After the prayers of Hezekiah and Isaiah, the Angel of the Lord killed 185,000 Assyrians in one night. Jewish tradition holds that Manasseh killed Isaiah by sawing him in half. (Hebrews 11:37)
19. King Manasseh Son and successor of Hezekiah. He sacrificed his on son in the fire. Practiced sorcery and consulted mediums. Taken captive by the king of Assyria who put a hook and took him to Babylon. He humbled himself and repented and was restored to his kingdom.
20. King Amon Son and successor of Manasseh. Restored idolatry and set up images that his father had cast down. Instead of humbling himself and repenting like his father did, he “increased his guilt” (2 Chronicles 33:23) and his own officials killed him.
21. Huldah A prophetess during the reign of Josiah who was consulted after the Book of the Law was found in the Temple. She greatly influenced the reforms carried out by Josiah.
22. Jeremiah Prophesied from the 13th year of Josiah to shortly after the destruction of Jerusalem. He composed laments for Josiah; preached to Jehoiakim, Jehoiachin and Zedekiah; and spoke the 70-year prophecy about the Israelites becoming exiles in Babylon.
23. King Cyrus King of Persia whose heart God moved to make a proclamation that would allow God’s people to go back to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. This proclamation came in 536BC – 70 years after the destruction of Jerusalem in fulfillment of Jeremiah’s prophecy.
24. Zerubbabel Head of the tribe of Judah at the time of the return from the Babylonian captivity. In the second year he laid the foundation of the temple. Finally, he built the Temple about twenty years after the Israelites returned to Jerusalem.
25. Haggai Older prophet who accompanied Zerubbabel in the first return of the Jews from Babylon. Him and Zechariah were contemporaries and their preaching inspired the Jews to return to rebuilding the Temple after a 14-year standstill because of persecution.
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