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Timeline of Israel: From Exodus to Exile
Transcript of Timeline of Israel: From Exodus to Exile
Timeline of Israel: From Exodus to Exile
to 1230 B.C.
1230 - 1050 B.C.
Joshua becomes Moses' Successor
Moses only sees the promised land from afar
Joshua sends spies into Jericho
Promised Land is Conquered
1050 - 922 B.C.
922 - 723 B.C.
Fall of the Northern Kingdom
Exits to Assyria Begin
Daniel & Friends ( circa 605 B.C.)
Ezekiel & the 10,000 ( circa 597 B.C.)
Moses leads the
slaves out of Egypt, where they quickly doubt God's provision when pursued by the Pharaoh
The Israelites spend
40 years wandering in the desert
Moses meets God on Mount Sinai
10 Commandments Given
Instructions for the Wilderness Tabernacle Given
Israelites worship a Golden Calf and God wants to wipe them out; Moses intercedes
The New Tablets are written & the tabernacle is built
They wander the desert until all the unbelieving adults die
The bodies of the Egyptians washing up on the shore became a concrete sign to the Israelites that God accoplished their salvation and gave them a chance at new life. (Exodus 40:30-31)
Archaeological Period: Late Bronze - Iron Age I
Historical Books written during this time:
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers & Deuteronomy
Historical Books written during this time: Joshua, Judges, Ruth,
I Samuel, II Samuel, I Kings 1-11, I Chronicles, II Chronicles 1-9
UNITED KINGDOM OF ISRAEL
Historical Books written during this time: I Kings 12-22, II Kings, II Chronicles 10-36
Israel - 10 Tribes to the North
Judah - 2 Tribes to the South
Where is your king, that he may save you? Where are your rulers in all your towns, of whom you said, ‘Give me a king and princes’?
So in my anger I gave you a king, and in my wrath I took him away.
- Hosea 13:10-11 (NIV)
"Therefore this is what the Lord says: I am about to give this city into the hands of the Babylonians and to Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, who will capture it. . .From the day it was built until now, this city has so aroused my anger and wrath that I must remove it from my sight."
- Jeremiah 32: 28, 31 (NIV)
[God] 'I gave you a land on which you did not toil and cities you did not build; and you live in them and eat from vineyards and olive groves that you did not plant.’
[Joshua] “Now fear the Lord and serve him with all faithfulness. Throw away the gods your ancestors worshiped beyond the Euphrates River and in Egypt, and serve the Lord. But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living.
But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord
- Joshua 24: 13-15 (NIV)
Archaeological Period: Iron Age II
Meanwhile in Egypt:
Except for the 26th dynasty at the turn of the 6th century B.C., Egypt was never again a major player in the ancient world.
Israel spent about 20 years going back and forth between paying tribute to Assyria and rebelling against them; in 725 B.C., Tiglath-Pileser III's son, Shalamaneser V captured the captial city, Samaria. Three years later...
Israel becomes a province in the now enormous empire of
Meanwhile in Assyria:
Assyrian Imperialism Emerges. Under the leadership of Tiglath-Pileser III, Assyria prepares to be used as God's instrument of destruction against rebellious Israel
The prophet Jeremiah
to Judah's King, Zedekiah
Abimilech, Tola, Jair,
, Ibsan, Elon, Abdon,
"When Samuel grew old, he appointed his sons as judges for Israel...and they served at Beersheba. But his sons did not walk in his ways. They turned aside after dishonest gain and accepted bribes and perverted justice." - I Samuel 8:1-3
"So the Elders of Israel gathered together and came to Samuel at Ramah. They said to him "You are old, and your sons do not walk in your ways; now appoint a king to lead us, such as the other nations have."
I Samuel 8:4-5
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1978, 1984. Reprint. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan,
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Arnold, Bill T., and Bryan Beyer. "Where and When Did the
Events of the Old Testament Take Place?."
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Rapids, Mich.: Baker Books, 1999. . Print.
Kings of Israel:
(all considered bad)
Jeraboam > Nadab > Boasha
Elah > Zimri > Omri > Ahab
Ahaziah > Jehoram > Jehu
Jehoahaz > Jehoash > Jeraboam II > Zechariah > Shallom > Menahem
Pekahiah > Pekah > Hoshea
Kings of Judah
(Good ones are in
Prophets to Israel: Elijah, Elisha, Hosea, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Nahum
Prophets to Judah: Zephaniah, Habbakkuk, Joel, Micah, Isaiah