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Sunday, January 22 2017
The Rehoboam Prophecy
"Notwithstanding in thy days I will not do it for David thy father's sake: but I will rend it out of the hand of thy son"
When Solomon succeeded his father King David (see The Prophecy Of King David's Messianic Throne) as king of Israel, he was a wise and righteous youth. Solomon's great wisdom happened in his years as a young king. When Solomon grew older, he allowed himself to become open to influences of corruption that had always been there. As it happened, it was the religious idolatry of his many wives and concubines.
In order to put an end to the corrupted kingdom, the LORD (see The LORD God Our Saviour) declared that the united kingdom would be divided, while at the same time maintaining the royal Messianic line which was created for that purpose. The LORD further declared that the break would happen in the time of Solomon's son and royal successor.
"11:1 But king Solomon loved many strange women, together with the daughter of Pharaoh, women of the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Zidonians, and Hittites; 11:2 Of the nations concerning which the LORD said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall not go in to them, neither shall they come in unto you: for surely they will turn away your heart after their gods: Solomon clave unto these in love.
Upon the death of Solomon, his son Rehoboam became king. The prophecy was then immediately fulfilled, through Rehoboam's arrogance. Reheboam thereby became the last king of the united kingdom of Israel, and the first king of the Kingdom of Judah (the tribes of Judah, Benjamin and Levi; see Jews - Three Tribes and Three Meanings).
"12:1 And Rehoboam went to Shechem: for all Israel were come to Shechem to make him king. 12:2 And it came to pass, when Jeroboam the son of Nebat, who was yet in Egypt, heard of it, (for he was fled from the presence of king Solomon, and Jeroboam dwelt in Egypt;) 12:3 That they sent and called him. And Jeroboam and all the congregation of Israel came, and spake unto Rehoboam, saying, 12:4 Thy father made our yoke grievous: now therefore make thou the grievous service of thy father, and his heavy yoke which he put upon us, lighter, and we will serve thee.
Fact Finder: When will the "lost ten tribes" of Israel be reunited with Judah (Judah, Benjamin and Levi)?
This Day In History, January 22
565: Eutychius was deposed as the Patriarch of Constantinople by the lawyer John Scholasticus. The city of Constantinople was named after the Roman Emperor Constantine (see Constantine's Crusades In History And Prophecy and A Biography Of Abraham: Abrahamic Religions).
871: The forces of Ethelred of Wessex fought the Danes at the Battle at Basing.
1371: King Robert II of Scotland ascended to the throne.
1506: The first contingent of 150 Swiss Guards arrived at the Vatican.
1517: The Battle of Raydaniyah near Cairo, Egypt. Ottoman Empire ruler Selim I defeated the Mamluk armies and invaded Cairo 7 days later, bringing Egypt under Ottoman rule (see The Prophet Daniel: Kings Of The North and South).
1528: A declaration of war was made by England and France against Holy Roman Emperor Charles V (see The Holy Roman Empire Of The German Nation).
1760: During the Seven Years War, the French under Lally-Tollendal were defeated by an Indian-British force at the Battle of Wandiwash in India.
1771: After a dispute that had gone on since the islands were discovered in 1592, Spain conceded that the Falkland Islands were British territory.
1775: The Jews of Warsaw, Poland were ordered expelled by Marshal Oscar von Lubomirski.
1840: The earliest British colonists arrived in New Zealand, at Port Nicholson.
1879: During the British-Zulu War, 830 British troops of the 24th Regiment were massacred at the Battle of Isandhlwana.
1901: After a reign of 64 years (1837 to 1901), Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom died at age 82.
1941: Tobruk was captured from Italian forces by Britain and Australia.
1944: During the Second World War, allied forced landed at Anzio.
1957: Israel's military withdrew from the Sinai Peninsula.
1970: The world's first "jumbo jet," the Boeing 747, began commercial service with a Pan American Airways flight from New York to London.
1973: The U.S. Supreme Court "legalized" (in their eyes, not in God's Eyes) the Satanic butchering of God's created children ("139:13 For thou didst form my inward parts, thou didst knit me together in my mother's womb" Psalm 139:13 RSV). It became known as "the Roe versus Wade decision." The plaintiff of the decision today grievously opposes abortion; "Jane Doe" (her real name is Norma McCorvey) now calls her pro-abortion legal case the "single biggest mistake of my life."
1984: The Apple Macintosh, the first consumer computer to popularize the computer mouse and the graphical user interface, was introduced.
1987: Pennsylvania politician Budd Dwyer committed suicide with a handgun shot to the head during a live televised press conference.
1998: U.S. President Bill Clinton came under intense media publicity for his sexual involvement with numerous women, including with a 21 year old intern who performed oral sodomy on Clinton numerous times right in the Oval Office. The point of this entry is not to single out Bill Clinton, but to point out that millions of people, in every country on Earth, are, by the legal and Biblical definition, "sodomites" without realizing it (Legal definition: "Sodomy is any non-penile/vaginal copulation-like act, such as oral or anal sex, or sex between a person and an animal. The word is derived from the historical account of Sodom and Gomorrah (see Genesis 19: Fire And Brimstone Upon Sodom And Gomorrah) in chapters 18 and 19 of the Book of Genesis in the Bible." Wikipedia article on Sodomy January 21 2013). See also Leviticus 18: Sexual Abominations