King and Prophets, Chart

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Original title: King & Prophets
Author: Research, Inc.
Language: English
Publisher: Rose Publishing
Cover: Laminated
Size: 26x19 inches
ISBN: 9789901980376

There were dozens of kings in Israel and Judah—and many had the same or similar names. This laminated visual time line makes it clear who was who—at a glance. Bible study leaders, teachers, and Bible historians will appreciate the Kings & Prophets easy-to-understand time line. The bestselling laminated chart displays the three kings of Israel's United Kingdom, as well as the kings and prophets of the Divided Kingdom. 

The laminated wall chart size is 19" x 26". Durable 3 mil lamination is double-sided to protect the chart and allows for the use of water-soluble markers (such as the Vis-à-Vis™ brand). Reverse side of the chart provides reproducible worksheets to enhance and expand lessons. Lamination will not affect photocopying. Roll chart for storage.

Essential for anyone teaching on the Old Testament, Kings and Prophets provides a chronology of the reign of the kings at a glance. The chart shows the kings of the United Kingdom: Saul, David, and Solomon, as well as those who ruled over the Divided Kingdom—the kings of Israel (the northern tribes) and the kings of Judah (the southern tribes). The time-line reveals the prophets sent to speak to the Word of the Lord to the kings and to the people. 

Four reproducible worksheets include:

  • A small version of the time line
  • A list of all the kings and whether they were considered "good" or "bad"
  • A list of the Old Testament prophets and the people to whom they prophesied

What led to the Divided Kingdom? What happened to the tribes that rebelled? The chart of the Old Testament Kings & Prophets provides answers to these questions and many others. The Kings & Prophets chart is a must-have church resource for Old Testament Bible studies and lessons. 

Reverse side of the Chart
The reverse side of the chart provides four reproducible worksheets for later reference and for stimulating class discussion. Kings & Prophets reproducible worksheets include:

  • A small version of the time line that students can refer to during personal studies
    • An inset explanation of what made a king "good" or "bad."
  • A list of all the kings and whether they were considered "good" or "bad"
  • A list of the prophets (Elijah to Malachi) and the people to whom they prophesied, such as—
    • Elijah prophesied to Israel
    • Isaiah prophesied to Judah
    • Daniel prophesied to Babylon

Category: Reference

Type: Chart