« Joy of God Over His People, The Judah, the Tribe Of Judea, Modern »

Judah, the Tribe Of

Descended from Jacob’s fourth son — Ge 29:35.

Predictions respecting — Ge 49:8-12; De 33:7.

Persons selected from

To number the people. — Nu 1:7.

To spy out the land. — Nu 13:6.

To divide the land. — Nu 34:19.

Strength of, on leaving Egypt — Nu 1:26,27; 2:4.

Encamped with its standard east of the tabernacle — Nu 2:3.

Led the first division of Israel in their journeys — Nu 10:14.

Offering of, at dedication — Nu 7:12-17.

Families of — Nu 26:19-21.

Strength of on entering Canaan — Nu 26:22.

On Gerizim said amen to the blessings — De 27:12.

Bounds of inheritance — Jos 15:1-12.

First and most vigorous in driving out the Canaanites — Jdj 1:3-20.

Went first against Gibeah — Jdj 20:18.

Furnished to Israel the first judge — Jdj 3:9.

Aided Saul in his wars — 1Sa 11:8; 15:4.

After Saul’s rebellion appointed to furnish kings to Israel — 1Sa 13:14; 15:28; 16:6,13; 2Sa 2:4; 7:16,17.

The first to submit to David — 2Sa 2:10.

Reigned over alone by David seven years and a half — 2Sa 2:11; 5:5.

Officer placed over by David — 1Ch 27:18.

Reproved for tardiness in bringing back David after Absalom’s rebellion — 2Sa 19:11-15.

Other tribes jealous of, on account of David — 2Sa 19:41-42; 20:1,2.

With Benjamin alone, adhered to the house of David — 1Ki 12:21.

The last tribe carried into captivity — 2Ki 17:18,20; 25:21.

Out Lord sprang from — Mt 1:3-16; Lu 3:23-33; Heb 7:14.

Remarkable persons of

Achan. — Jos 7:18.

Elimelech. — Ru 1:1,2.

Boaz. — Ru 2:1.

Obed. — Ru 4:21.

Jesse. — Ru 4:22; 1Sa 16:1.

David. — 1Sa 16:1,13.

Solomon. — 1Ki 1:32-39.

Elihu. — 1Ch 27:18.

Pethahiah. — Ne 11:24.

Bezaleel. — Ex 31:2; 35:30.

Nahshon. — Nu 7:12.

Caleb. — Nu 14:24.

Absalom. — 2Sa 15:1.

Elhanan. — 2Sa 21:19; 23:24.

Adonijah. — 1Ki 1:5,6.

Jonathan. — 2Sa 21:21.

Kings of Judah. — (See 1st and 2nd Books of Kings)

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