Rehoboam was an Israelite king mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. According to I
Kings and II Chronicles, he was initially king of the United Monarchy of Israel, but
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Israel Rebels Against Rehoboam - Rehoboam went to Shechem, for all Israel
had gone there to make him king. When Jeroboam son of Nebat heard this (he.
Rehoboam. (enlarger of the people), son of Solomon by the Ammonite princess
Naamah, (1 Kings 14:21,31) and his successor. (1 Kings 11:43) Rehoboam ...
The southern kingdom continued to acknowledge the authority of the house of
David; they were called “Judah”. It all happened during the reign of Rehoboam, ...
Answer: Rehoboam and Jeroboam were both kings reigning in Israel's divided
kingdom. Rehoboam was one of Solomon's sons and king of Judah in the south ...
Rehoboam Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary. REHOBOAM re-ho-bo'-
am (rechabh`am, 'the people is enlarged,' or perhaps 'Am is wide' Rhoboam; ...
REHOBOAM. REHOBOAM (Heb. רְחַבְעָם; "the [divine] kinsman has been
generous" or "the people has expanded"), king of Judah for 17 years (c. 928–911
Rehoboam became strong, and for three years walked in the right ways of David
and Solomon. But as soon as the kingdom was established, he abandoned the ...
Rehoboam. Meaning: he enlarges the people. the successor of Solomon on the
throne, and apparently his only son. He was the son of Naamah (his mother) ...
King Rehoboam's legacy is one of loss - loss of half the kingdom, loss of integrity,
loss of national sovereignty.