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Chapter 12/13 Quiz

conquerors, kings, prophets, people, and places
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Assyrians
barbaric people who were a constant threat to the northern Kingdom of Israel
Babylonians
people who defeated the south (Judah)
Ninevah
the "wicked" capital of the hateful Assyrians
Jeroboam
one of King Solomon's top ministers
Rehoboam
the cruel successor of King Solomon
Hosea
a propeht that saw his own marriage as a mirror of the relationship between God and his people
Hezekiah
king of Judah who pulled down the high places and threw out foreign idols
Mannasseh
son of Hezekieh who rebuilt the high places, brought back foreign idols, defiled the Temple of God with pagan altars and images, massacred innocent citizens, and persecuted the worshippers of God, but changed his ways after he was captured by the Assyrians
Josiah
a reforming king of Judah
Abijah
propeht who told Jeroboam that he was made king only because it was part of God's plan
Elijah
was able to stop the rain by his prayer
Isaiah
was sent to call Judah to repentance
Jonah
prophet who was told to tell the Assyrians in Nineveh to repent...and was swallowed by a big fish for chickening out! (people say it was a "big fish", but you know as well as I do that it was a whale)
Jeremiah
powerful figure who told the people of Judah that there would soon be a terrible destruction
Ezekiel
lived in the same time as Jeremiah and foresaw the same terrible destruction ahead
Hosea's wife
was unfaithful to her husband who left him and her children to run after other lovers until she finally ended up as a common slave
Daniel
was legendary for his wisdom and earned a very high position in the Babylonian court
Samaritans
new settlers who intermarried with the remainder of the Israelite population who settled around Samaria