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Prophet A person who expresses and explains the will of God.
Messiah The hoped-for king who would free the Jewish people and bring peace to the people
Saul chosen as first King of Israelites in 1020 B.C.
Led Israelites in fight against Philistines for the land of Canaan Unable to Defeat
David became hero when he killed Goliath (great warrior of Philistines)
David Became second king of Israel, ruled 40 years
David Unified tribes of Israel
Under David's rule, Israel defeated Philistines, Captured Jerusalem, expanded Empire.
David's dynasty lasted 400 years.
Solomans rule was time of peace for Israel
Solomon's accomplishments Made treaties with pharaoh of Egypt , assuring Israel's safety, made new trade partners, began royal building program, (including main temple of Jerusalem, center of religious life for Israelites.
What disasters befell the Jews after Israel was divided into two kingdoms. Assyrians conquered Israel in 721 B.C., Babylonians conquered Judah in 587 B.C. and took 15,000 Jews to Babylonia as prisoners
How Did prophets explain disasters Prophets told Jews that they disobeyed God's teachings and broke their covenant with God.
What did Jews believe they needed to do Jews believed they needed to obey God's laws in order to return to their homeland someday.
What is a law Set of guidelines that need to be followed by a group of people to help govern themselves.
The laws of Jews were contained in the Torah
Created by: Sam Denton
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