Saul Jonathon and David

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  • 1,065 BCE

    Saul looses Donkeys

    Saul looses Donkeys
    His father looses his donkeys so he sends Saul and his servent out to look for them. While they're out looking they run into Samuel and God tells Samuel to anoint Saul
  • 1,050 BCE

    Jonathon Born

    Jonathon Born
    Don't know Jonathon's mother, but the father is Saul
  • 1,040 BCE

    David is Annointed King by Samuel

    David is Annointed King by Samuel
    Samuel comes to Jesse (David's father) and asks for his sons. In the end, David (the youngest) is anointed king
  • 1,038 BCE

    Saul doesn't kill all Ammorites

    Saul doesn't kill all Ammorites
    God commands Saul to kill all the Amorites. Saul doesn't kill them all. He saves some of the livestock and claims that he will sacrifice them to God. God is not very happy with Saul at all
  • 1,020 BCE

    David and Goliath

    David and Goliath
    Goliath presents a case to the Israelites. Whichever people wins the others will be slaves to them. David rises up and defeats Goliath.
  • 1,018 BCE

    Jonathon gives David his Cloak

    Jonathon gives David his Cloak
    Jonathon shows his friendship to David by giving him his outer garment and sword. This shows submission
  • 1,015 BCE

    Saul tries to kill David

    Saul tries to kill David
    Saul and his army chases David and his army. Two different times, David had a chance to kill Saul and he doesn't. He wasn't gonna mess with God's anointed.
  • 1,015 BCE

    Jonathon saves David's life from Saul

    Jonathon saves David's life from Saul
    Saul is extremely jealous of David and wants to kill him. Jonathon is David's friend so he protects David by listening to his father and shooting arrows to give a message to David.
  • 1,010 BCE

    Jonathon dies in Battle

    Jonathon dies in Battle
    While in battle with his brothers and Saul, they all get killed. Jonathon included. David is extremely sad.
  • 1,010 BCE

    Saul visits a Witch

    Saul visits a Witch
    God has left Saul and Samuel died so Saul needs someone hear advice from. He goes to a witch to bring Samuel back to life. Samuel tells Saul he will die the next day.
  • 1,010 BCE

    Saul commits suicide

    Saul commits suicide
    While in battle with his sons, Saul gets wounded. He sees the destruction around him and decides he would rather die. He falls on a sword and kills himself.
  • -980 BCE

    David Crowned King

    David Crowned King
    Saul and Jonathon die in battle. Saul's other son is king for 40 years. After Ish-bosheth dies David is king.
  • -975 BCE

    David brings ark to Jerusalem

    David brings ark to Jerusalem
    David wants to bring to ark to Jerusalem. On the way, an ox slips and the ark starts to fall. Uzzah grabs the ark and is instantly struck dead. David is rejoicing that he brought the ark to Jerusalem.
  • -970 BCE

    David and Bathsheba

    David and Bathsheba
    David covets Bathsheba after seeing her on the roof. He arranges for her husband's death then marries her. Bathsheba is Solomon's mom.
  • -968 BCE

    David's Mighty Men

    David's Mighty Men
    David has a supreme army who each man can kill 100-1000 people. They can do a lot of things.
  • -967 BCE

    David Takes a Census

    David Takes a Census
    Satan tells David to take a census and he does. It takes 10 months and David gets to chose his punishment.
  • -966 BCE

    Joab finds and kills Sheba

    Joab finds and kills Sheba
    Sheba is a bad guy who gets chased and killed by Joab
  • -960 BCE

    Solomon Gains Wisdom

    Solomon Gains Wisdom
    God offers Solomon whatever he wants thinking he might chose wealth or long life but Solomon choses wisdom. Because of this God blesses him much more
  • -960 BCE

    Solomon and the Prostitutes

    Solomon and the Prostitutes
    Two women seek consoul in Solomon over who's baby the alive baby is.
  • -960 BCE

    Solomon and the Prostitutes

    Solomon and the Prostitutes
    Two women seek consoul in Solomon over who's baby the alive baby is.
  • -958 BCE

    Solomon seeks to Kill Jeroboam

    Solomon seeks to Kill Jeroboam
    Jeroboam was a servant in Solomon's house. He was in charge of forced labor in the house of Joseph. Solomon realized he was very talented then wanted to kill him.
  • -958 BCE

    Jeroboam's Golden Calves

    Jeroboam's Golden Calves
    Jeroboam made 2 idols and placed one in Bethel and one in Dan. They were supposedly called "House of God"
  • -955 BCE

    King Abijah has Many Sins

    King Abijah has Many Sins
    King Abijah was not a good king. He committed many sins and was not good in the sight of the Lord. He lost some battles and had many wives (14).
  • -950 BCE

    Rehoboam fights against Isreal

    Rehoboam fights against Isreal
    Rehoboam gathered men from Judah and Benjamin to fight and restore the kingdom
  • -950 BCE

    Rehoboam Takes Advice from Consul

    Rehoboam Takes Advice from Consul
    Unlike the king before him (Jeroboam), Rehoboam asks and Takes advice from some old men, who had given advice to Solomon.
  • -940 BCE

    King Asa Makes things Right

    King Asa Makes things Right
    Asa comes to reign. He does a lot of good stuff at the beginning like getting rid of prostitutes, and dethroning his idol worshipping grandma - Maakkah.
  • -873 BCE

    Jehoshaphat Is a Good King

    Jehoshaphat Is a Good King
    Jehoshaphat was a great king over Judah. He did good in the sight of the Lord and aimed to please him.. He cared about his people.
  • -870 BCE

    Jehoshaphat Makes an Alliance

    Jehoshaphat Makes an Alliance
    Jeho (for short) married his son to Ahab's daughter to unite Judah and Isreal. Jeho apparently didn't trust God enough, so he made this wicked alliance.
  • -868 BCE

    Jehoshaphat Appoints Priests

    Jehoshaphat Appoints Priests
    Exactly what it sounds like. He put judges in all the fortified cities of Judah, and told them to consider carefully what they do, since they were judging for God
  • -866 BCE

    Jehoshaphat Defeats Moab and Ammon

    Jehoshaphat Defeats Moab and Ammon
    Moab and Ammon waged war against Judah. Jeho (for short) sought direction in the Lord, and got everyone to fast and pray. He sent singers ahead of the army and Moab & Ammon started fighting amongst themselves and killed themselves.
  • -860 BCE

    Elisha Watches Elijah Ascend to Heaven

    Elisha Watches Elijah Ascend to Heaven
    Elisha and Elijah are walking and talking. Elijah asks Elisha what he want since Elijah will soon ascend. Elisja asks for twice Elijah's spirit. Soon after, Elijah ascends into heaven
  • -858 BCE

    Jehoram As King

    Jehoram As King
    When Jehoram became king, he killed all his brothers an officers. Because he did this, he got an incurable disease of the bowels, and that was the cause of his death 2 years later.
  • -858 BCE

    Death in the Pot

    Death in the Pot
    Elisha told his servant to make a big pot of stew for all the people around him. One of the servants accidentally put something poisonous in the stew. Elisha fixed the matter by miraculously putting flour in it and the stew was fine.
  • -856 BCE

    Elisha and Olive Oil

    Elisha and Olive Oil
    A widow told Elisha how much need she had since her husband was dead. Elisha told her to fill all her jars and neighbors jars with oil and sell them for money. The oil did not stop pouring till there was no jars left
  • -850 BCE

    Jehu

    Jehu
    Jehu was the 10th king of the Northern part of Israel. He reigned 28 years. He is best known for exterminating the house of Ahab. He was one of the good kings that Israel had.
  • -849 BCE

    Ahaziah

    Ahaziah
    Ahaziah's parents were jehoram and Athaliah. He died during his reign and his mother was his successor.
  • -848 BCE

    Athaliah

    Athaliah
    She was the daughter of Ahab and Jezebel. Athaliah killed all the members of the royal house of Judah after her son died
  • -840 BCE

    Joash King of Judah and Joash King of Israel

    Joash King of Judah and Joash King of Israel
    Joash King of Judah started reigning at 7 years old. He was a good king at first and restored the prophet. Later he became more wicked and did things that were evil. Joash King of Israel did evil in the sight of the Lord. He went to Elijah when he was sick and shot an arrow through a window which was a symbol of the victory he would have over the Arameans.
  • -839 BCE

    Amaziah

    Amaziah
    Amaziah was 25 years old when he became king. He did many things like murdering the officials who murdered his father,
    slaughtering the Edomites, and challenging Jehoash to battle.
  • -838 BCE

    Jehoahaz

    Jehoahaz
    Jehoahaz was a wicked king and did evil in the sight of the Lord. However the Lord did help him escape the power of Aram.
  • -837 BCE

    Jeroboam 2

    Jeroboam 2
    Jeroboam, like many others, also did evil in the sight of the Lord. One good thing he did was he recovered, for Israel, both Damascus and Hamath.
  • -830 BCE

    Azariah

    Azariah
    Azariah was king of Judah. He was a good king but he did not remove the altars to false gods to God gave him leprosy
  • -830 BCE

    Azariah

    Azariah
    Azariah was king of Judah. He was a good king but he did not remove the altars to false gods to God gave him leprosy
  • -828 BCE

    Zechariah

    Zechariah
    Zechariah was king of Israel. He was an evil king who was assasinated.
  • -826 BCE

    Shallum

    Shallum
    Shallum was king over Judah. He was an evil king who was also assasinated and only ruled one month
  • -825 BCE

    Menahem

    Menahem
    Menahem was king over Israel. He had a alliance with the king of Assyria by forcing all the rich to give him money
  • -824 BCE

    Pekenhiah

    Pekenhiah
    Pekenhiah was king over Israel. He did evil in the sight of the Lord and was assasinated shortly after he came to reign.
  • -820 BCE

    Pekah

    Pekah
    Pekah was king over Israel. Pekah was an evil king. He reigned 20 years but was soon also assassinated.
  • -820 BCE

    Jotham

    Jotham
    Jotham was king over Judah. He was a good king. He only fixed the upper gate of the temple, and did not remove the idol worship going on.
  • -818 BCE

    Ahaz.

    Ahaz.
    Ahaz was king of Judah. He was a very evil king, and even sacrificed his son. He had many altars and incenses to other gods and was very devoted in his practice
  • -815 BCE

    Hoshea

    Hoshea
    Hoshea was king of Israel. He was an evil king. The king of Assyria came to attack Hoshea but he found out that Hoshea was a traitor. Instead he took him prisoner.
  • -800 BCE

    Hezekiah

    Hezekiah
    Hezekiah was the 13th king of Judah and son of Ahaz. He was a good righteous king.
  • -800 BCE

    Hezekiah King of Judah

    Hezekiah King of Judah
    Hezekiah was a great king. He destroyed idols and altars to other gods and wanted everyone to worship God. He also defeated the Philistines. He invited Ephraim and Manasseh to have Passover with him, but they did not come.
  • -795 BCE

    Manasseh

    Manasseh
    Manasseh was the oldest son of Hezekiah. He was the 14th king of Judah. He became king at age 12 and reigned 55 years
  • -790 BCE

    Manasseh's Worship

    Manasseh's Worship
    Manasseh was a very wicked king. He reversed the doings of his father, and put up idols and shrines again. He did a lot of evil sacrifices. At one point he killed so many animals that the streets of Jerusalem were stained red from the blood.
  • -785 BCE

    Amon

    Amon
    Amon was the 15th king of Judah. Like his father (Manasseh), he was very wicked. He worshiped and sacrificed to the same gods that his father did. This eventually led to his assassination.
  • -641 BCE

    Josiah

    Josiah
    Josiah was a good king and was 8 years old when crowned. Soon after he started, he ordered for all the false idols and altars to be torn down, and he repaired the temple. He died in battle after not listening to God's command to not fight in that battle.
  • -610 BCE

    Jehoahaz

    Jehoahaz
    Jehoahaz was the king of Judah. He reigned 3 months then was dethroned by the King of Egypt, who put Jehoahaz's brother in charge.
  • -609 BCE

    Jehoiakim

    Jehoiakim
    Jehoiakim was king of Judah 11 years. He was an evil king and burned a lot of scriptures. The king of Babylon attacked him and took him captive.
  • -599 BCE

    Jehoiachin

    Jehoiachin
    Jehoiachin was king over Judah. He reigned 3 months and 10 days. He was also an evil king. The King of Babylon took him captive and made his uncle king instead
  • -598 BCE

    Zedekiah king of Judah

    Zedekiah king of Judah
    Zedekiah was 21 when he became king. He reigned 11 years. He was a very evil king, and had a vey hard heart. Because of his disbelief, he caused the leaders and the priests to also turn away from God
  • Period:
    1,065 BCE
    to
    -960 BCE

    David Saul and Jonathon