Prophets of Israel and Judah

Events

Babylon is taken by Chaldeans

732 bc

Babylon was under their rule until about 539 bc

Kings of All Israel

Saul

1020 bc - 1000 bc

David

1000 bc - 961 bc

Solomon

961 bc - 931 bc

The Division of Israel

931 bc

Rehoboam wouldnt listen to the southern king and did not want to pay the taxes of the people so he cut ties with Israel and began the division of Israel

Kings of Israel

Jeroboam

931 bc - 911 BC

Nadab

910 BC - 909 bc

Baasha

909 BC - 886 BC

Zimri

886 bc - 885 bc

Elah

886 bc

Tibni

885 bc - 880 bc

Omri

885 bc - 874 bc

Ormi relocates capital of Israel

879 bc

Ormi moves the capital of Israel to Sameria. Thought to have been one of the best spots for Ormi could have picked for the capital of Israel. Great location politically.

Ahab

874 bc - 854 bc

One of the worst rulers in Israel. His wife, Jezebel, was a bad influence leading him to bring in outside gods including Baal. In which he created a statue of Baal

Beginning of Ahab's Rule

874 bc

No Rain in Israel

869 bc - 866 bc

Elijiah goes and tells King Ahab that there will be no rain except at his word.

End of the Drought

866 bc

Elijah calls for Ahab to get all of his priest to go to Mt. Carmel. Ahab's priest are to call their gods to start a fire, but none answer. Elijah prays to YAWH 7 times and the drought is ended.

Ahaziah

853 BC - 852 BC

Joram

852 BC - 841 BC

Miracle of the floating Ax Head

846 bc

Elijah is asked for help when an ax head sinks to the bottom of a river. He preforms a miracle by throwing a stick in the water and the ax head floats to the top of the river to be retrieved

Benhadad II Sieges Samaria

845 bc

Benhadad II sieges Samaria creating a famine throughout Samaria

Jehu

841 bc - 815 BC

Jehoahaz

814 BC - 798 BC

Jehoash (Joash)

798 bc - 782 bc

Jeroboam II

793 BC - 753 BC

Zechariah

753 bc - 753 BC

Shallum

753 BC - 752 bc

Menahem

752 BC - 742 BC

Pekah

752 BC - 732 BC

Pekahiah

742 BC - 740 BC

Hoshea

732 BC - 723 BC

Another Invasion from Assyria

725 bc

Assyria invited Israel again

Exile

723 bc - 605 bc

Fall of Samaria

722 BC

After a three year siege by Assyria Samaria falls.

Kings of Judah

Rehoboam

931 BC - 914 BC

Rehoboam is the first king of Judah after the split from Israel. He parted from Israel because he would not lighten the taxes on the northern people

Solomen's Temple is Shacked by Shishak

926 BC

With the kingdom dividing, Egypt invited Palestine and destroyed Solomen's temple

Abijah

913 BC - 911 BC

Asa

911 bc - 870 bc

Jehoshaphat

872 B.C. - 848 B.C.

Jehoshaphat sends out Levites and Priests

869 bc

Jehoshaphat sends out Levites and Priests throughout Judah to preach the law of god which pleases God giving Jehoshaphat God's favor

Jehoram

854 bc - 848 bc

Ahaziah

841 BC

Athaliah

841 BC - 835 BC

Joash

835 BC - 796 BC

Amaziah

796 BC - 767 BC

Uzziah

792 BC - 740 BC

During Uzzlah's rule Judah prospered. He built a good army, he had agricultural advancements for his kingdom, built up the defense of his nation. He had many military victories leading to his success but also his pride. His prosperous times ended at about 770 bc.

The start of a Prosperous time in Judah

790 bc

Jotham

750 BC - 735 BC

Ahaz

735 bc - 731 bc

Hezekiah

715 bc - 686 bc

Assyria Invades Judah

701 bc

Assyria invades Judah and sieges 436 fortified cities. The leader of the Assyrians is Sennacherib

Manasseh

687 BC - 642 BC

Nahum Predicts the fall of Ninevah

662 bc

Amon

642 bc - 640 bc

Josiah

640 BC - 609 BC

Jehoahaz

609 BC

Jehoiakim

609 BC - 598 BC

Zedekiah

597 BC - 586 BC