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Kingdom divided

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NEW OXFORD ANNOTATED BIBLE Third edition Study Guide: Division of Solomon’s Kingdom: 1 Kings 12:1-33 and 14:25-28 1 Kings 12:1-33 Be sure you know the difference between Rehoboam and Jereboam. What was Jeroboam’s tribe? What was his job during the reign of Solomon? (11:27-28) Which tribes are “the house of Joseph?” Note that by the time Solomon was doing this particular construction work in Jerusalem, his forced labor policies had changed (Compare with 9:20-22). What was the change? What was the significance of Shechem during the time of Joshua? (see annotation if you don’t remember). Look at 12:16. Who was the first to use this slogan to set the northern tribes against Judah and the Davidic monarchy? (see annotation). Review: Which of Jacob/Israel’s sons dreamed that his brothers would bow down to him? Which son saved Joseph from being killed by suggesting that he be sold instead? Which son offered his life in place of Benjamin’s life when Joseph was pretending to be angry with his brothers?
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