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|Israel and Judah: 30. Kings Amaziah & Uzziah of Judah
- June 2018
Both Amaziah and Uzziah were judged to be "good kings" by the writers or compilers of Second Kings and Second Chronicles. The two kings were "good" compared to the consistently evil kings of Israel and most kings of Judah. Below is a chart of the reigns of these two kings of Judah. Their reigns of 81 years, add up to one year more than the combined rule of David and Solomon.
|Israel and Judah: 29. Athaliah and Joash of Judah
- April 2018
Athaliah was the mother of King Ahaziah of Judah, who ruled just one year, recently assassinated by King Jehu of Israel along with several of Ahaziah's relatives who traveled to Israel to visit their king. In Jerusalem Athaliah takes control of the throne and consolidates her power. She was the only female to rule in Jerusalem, although she is not counted as one of the Kings of Judah. We begin with the aftermath in Jerusalem of Athaliah's seizing power. Then we soon learn of another king of Judah, who was known by two names: Jehoash/Joash.
|Israel and Judah: 28. The Reign of King Jehu of Israel
- February 2018
YHWH had Elisha the prophet anoint Jehu as the next King of Israel. Joram, the current King of Israel was in the city of Jezreel recuperating from a war wound he received in battle against the Syrian army. Ahaziah, the King of Judah, was staying with Joram during his recovery. Joram's mother, the lovely Queen mother Jezebel, was also in Jezreel. This episode opens with Jehu leaving the fortress city of Ramoth-gilead and traveling by chariot to Jezreel to confront Joram.
|Geography, A Prime Prophetic Truth
- January 2018
This article concerns a very important prophetic indication, one which is not only neglected by most prophetic interpreters today, it seems to be avoided altogether. That subject involves what could be called ?rophetic geography.?That is, where will end-time events take place, and to whom. To what peoples will those end-time prophecies pertain? Many people are confused about this subject. It is no wonder they are confused over prophetic teachings today when this basic prophetic truth is not comprehended by the majority of prophetic teachers. http://www.askelm.com/newsletter/l201801.PDF
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