EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Topical Index)

Israel (Part 1 of 2)

Israel

Israel

1. From settlement in Egypt to Moses’ death

2. From Moses’ death to Rehoboam’s reign

3. Judah as southern kingdom of

4. Israel as northern kingdom of

5. After Babylonian Exile

6. Camp of

7. History of

8. Spiritual

9. Tribe(s) of

10. Miscellaneous

1. From settlement in Egypt to Moses’ death

moved to land of Goshen in Egypt PP 131, 232-3, 241; 3SG 168-9

sojourn of, in Egypt during life of Joseph PP 232-40, 333; 3SG 168-78

Joseph foretold deliverance of, from Egypt PP 240; 3SG 240

became prosperous and wealthy in Egypt PP 241, 332; 3SG 177-8; SR 104-5

tribes of, Jacob’s deathbed prophecy re PP 234-7

enslaved by Egyptians Ed 34-5; MB 45; PP 241-2; 3SG 178-80, 191; SR 104-6; 1T 264; 8T 207

male babies of, Pharaoh decreed death of PP 242-3; 3SG 179; SR 105-6, 114

Moses’ unsuccessful attempt to deliver FE 342-4; PP 245-8; 3SG 185-6; SR 108-10

elders of, instructed by angels PP 245

Moses commissioned by God to deliver PP 251-8; 3SG 187-97; SR 110-4

attempt to force, to labor on Sabbath PK 180-1; PP 336

experience of, during plagues of Egypt PP 257-72; 3SG 197-222, 240-6; 4aSG 54-5; SR 115-8; 1T 264-5; 2T 291-3

first Passover observed by DA 76-7; PP 273-80; 3SG 222-8, 246; SR 119-20; 4T 20-1; 5T 505

assembled in Goshen for Exodus from Egypt PP 281; 3SG 246

about 400 years after vision given to Abraham DA 32; PP 281-2, 434; 3SG 229; SR 120; 8T 207

temporary organization of, for march out of Egypt Ed 37; PP 281; 3SG 246-7; 4T 20

Pharaoh ordered, to leave Egypt PP 280-1; 3SG 228-30, 246; SR 119; 4T 20-1

spoil taken by, from Egyptian oppressors PP 253, 281; 3SG 191-2; SR 120

why God did not lead, through Philistine territory to Canaan PP 282; 3SG 231, 240-2; SR 121

God originally purposed to lead, directly to Canaan 1SM 68

went out from Egypt an independent nation DA 77

led southward toward Red Sea PP 282

terrain traveled over by, described 4T 21

arrived at Succoth PP 282; SR 121

encamped at Etham, in edge of wilderness PP 282; SR 121

crossed dreary and desertlike expanse PP 283

encamped beside Red Sea PP 283-4; 3SG 230-1; SR 120-1; 4T 21

with rugged mountain lying to south of them PP 284

while walled in on each side by mountain ranges 4T 21

Pharaoh’s army pursued Ed 254; PP 283-4; 3SG 231-3, 247; SR 121-2; 1T 265; 4T 21-3

miraculous passage of, through Red Sea AA 315; 1BC 1101-2; GC 457, 634; PP 284-8, 371, 484, 488, 590-1; 3SG 233-5, 247-8; 4aSG 17, 60, 63; SR 122-5; 1T 265; 4T 23-6, 149; 8T 115

rejoicing of, with singing and dancing by Red Sea Ed 39; PP 288-90, 410; 3SG 236-8; SR 125

three days’ journey of, after leaving Red Sea PP 291; 3SG 248; SR 126

terrain traveled over by, described PP 291

water provided for, at Marah 1BC 1102; MH 248; MM 119-20; PP 291-2; 3SG 248-9; SR 126

encamped at Elim several days, after leaving Marah PP 292

in wilderness of Sin PP 292; 3SG 255; SR 131

lusted for fleshpots of Egypt AA 315-6; CH 408; PP 292-5; 3SG 249-52; SR 126-9; 1T 288; 2T 394; 4T 573

one month after leaving Egypt PP 292

flesh food provided for, by vast flocks of quails PP 295, 377-8

manna provided for DA 65; Ed 138; PP 294-7, 354-5, 377-8; 3SG 252-5; SR 129-31; 3T 340; 4T 469

instead of flesh food CD 375, 377-8; CH 111; MH 311; MM 277; 6T 372

tested re Sabbath observance in giving of manna PP 295-7; 3SG 253-5; SR 130-1; 6T 355

encamped in Rephidim after leaving wilderness of Sin PP 297; 3SG 255; SR 131-2; 2T 107-9

water provided for, from cleft rock AA 315; PP 297-8; 3SG 255-7; SR 131; 1T 107

in Horeb PP 411

tempted God at Massah and Meribah PP 298; SR 131

Amalekites attacked, and were defeated PP 298-300, 456, 545, 627; 3SG 257-9; 4aSG 72-3; SR 133-4; 2T 106-9; 5T 30-1, 245

encamped near home of Jethro PP 300

Jethro visited PP 300-1; 3SG 259-60; SR 134-5

government of, Jethro counseled Moses re PP 300-1, 383-4; 3SG 260-1; SR 135-6; 1T 653

journeyed from Rephidim to Mt. Sinai PP 301-2; 3SG 261; SR 137

terrain journeyed over by, grandeur of PP 301-2

encamped at Mt. Sinai Ed 34-5; FE 505; PP 301-2; 3SG 261; SR 137; 6T 9-10

nearly a year PP 301-2, 374

preparation of, for giving of Ten Commandments CH 102; MH 279; PP 303-4; 3SG 262-3; SR 138-9; 2T 611

Ten Commandments proclaimed in hearing of, from Mt. Sinai MH 279; PP 304-10; 3SG 264-7; SR 139-42; 2T 109; 4T 514; 8T 198

additional precepts given to, through Moses PP 310-1; 3SG 267-70; SR 142-4

covenant made by God with 1BC 1107; FE 506-7; PK 393; PP 303, 311-2, 371-2; 3SG 261-2, 270-2; SR 137-8, 144-5

incorporated as church and nation under government of God PP 303

established as nation under Jehovah as King PP 312, 376

instructions given to Moses for, to build sanctuary PP 313-4; 3SG 272; SR 151

proposed to return to Egypt PP 316-7; 3SG 275

golden calf worshiped by, at Mt. Sinai AA 316; 1BC 1109; CT 351; EW 163; PP 315-30, 335, 372; 3SG 273-83; 4aSG 19; 3T 296-304, 339-42; 4T 514-5, 531-2; TM 98-101

not long after making covenant with God PP 317; 3SG 275

few months after leaving Egypt PP 319

impenitent apostates among, put to death PP 324-6; 3SG 283-4

sanctuary built by PP 343-9; 4aSG 5-10; SR 151-6; 4T 77-8

during period of about half a year PP 349

work of building sanctuary was not begun by, for some time after arrival at Sinai PP 354

sanctuary set up and dedicated to God PP 349-50; 4aSG 10; SR 156

during period of seven days PP 359

at opening of second year from Exodus PP 374

tribe of Levi set apart by, for sanctuary service PP 350

Aaron and sons set apart by, for priesthood PP 350-1

on eighth day PP 359

sin and death of Nadab and Abihu PP 359-62; 4aSG 11-5, 124-5

soon after their dedication to priesthood PP 359

Passover observed by, at Mt. Sinai PP 374

first numbering of PP 374

government of, perfected at Mt. Sinai Ed 37; PP 312, 374

arrangements completed by, for civil and religious life PP 374

began journey from Mt. Sinai to Kadesh PP 376

terrain traveled over by, described PP 377

clamored again for flesh to eat AA 315-6; CH 111-2, 408; PP 377-9; 4aSG 15, 121-2; 1T 288; 2T 394; 4T 573; 6T 372

after three days of journey PP 377

fire consumed complainers among, at Taberah PP 379; 4aSG 16

clamored again for flesh food PP 379-81; 4aSG 16-7

vast flocks of quails provided flesh food for PP 381-2; 4aSG 17-8

encamped at Hazeroth after leaving Taberah PP 382

Miriam and Aaron jealous of Moses PP 382-5; 4aSG 19-20

Miriam smitten with leprosy seven days PP 385; 4aSG 20-1, 27

encamped at Kadesh in wilderness of Paran PP 387

near borders of Promised Land PP 387

12 spies sent by, to spy out Canaan PP 387; 4aSG 21; SR 158; 4T 148

spies returned and reported their findings to PP 387-9; 4aSG 21-2; SR 158-9; 4T 148-51

rebellion of, at Kadesh as result of report of ten spies EW 14; PP 388-90, 406, 428, 436, 485; 4aSG 22-4; SR 158-62; 4T 151-4; 5T 376-8

proposed to appoint captain to lead them back to Egypt PP 389; 4aSG 23; SR 160

doomed to wander 40 years in wilderness PP 391-2; 4aSG 25-6; SR 162-3

10 unfaithful spies smitten with plague before PP 391-2; 4aSG 26

determined to enter Canaan immediately PP 392; 4aSG 26-7; 4T 153-4

routed in battle with Canaanites at Kadesh PP 393-4; 4T 154

rebellion of, under Korah, Dathan, and Abiram PP 395-405, 407; 4aSG 27-38; 3T 339, 342-58; 5T 66

Passover observance among, suspended because of sin PP 613

turned back from Kadesh into wilderness PP 410; 4aSG 25, 38; 1SM 68-9; SR 162; 1T 609; 4T 152

lost to view nearly 40 years in desert PP 406-7; 4T 296

travels from Kadesh-barnea to brook Zered lasted 38 years PP 406

blasphemer stoned to death by PP 407-8

Sabbathbreaker stoned to death by PP 408-9

Sabbath observance neglected by PP 409-10

encamped in Kadesh, in desert of Zin PP 410

in first month PP 410

Miriam died and was buried by PP 410

water ceased to flow from rock for, shortly before reaching Kadesh PP 413, 428

in sight of hills of Canaan PP 413

a few days’ march from borders of Promised Land PP 413-4

not far from Edom PP 414

clamored for water PP 414, 428; 4aSG 38; SR 164-5

Moses and Aaron sinned in smiting rock PP 414-21; 4aSG 38-40; SR 164-5

at Meribah 4aSG 40; SR 169

encamped at Kadesh, near borders of Edom PP 422-4

Edomites denied, passage through their country PP 422-4, 434-5

encamped at Mt. Hor PP 424-5

turned south from Kadesh to Mt. Hor PP 424, 434-5

Aaron died and was mourned by PP 424-7; 4aSG 40; SR 168-9

defeated by Canaanite King Arad PP 427-8, 434; 4aSG 40

soon after leaving Mt. Hor PP 427-8

Canaanites routed by PP 428; 4aSG 40

journey southward from Mt. Hor through hot sandy valley PP 428; 4aSG 40

by way of Red Sea PP 434-5; 4aSG 25, 40; SR 162

every day of travel of, was miracle of divine blessing PP 429

bitten by venomous serpents DA 174-5; PP 428-30; SD 222; 4aSG 40-1; 1SM 352; 8T 50; TM 93

brazen serpent lifted up among PP 430-2, 434; 4aSG 42-3

turned northward after passing south of Edom PP 433

crossed brook Zered PP 433

passed east of Moab PP 433

reached border of Amorite country PP 433, 435

denied passage through country by Sihon, Amorite king of Heshbon PP 433-5

crossed Arnon River PP 435

conquered Amorite country PP 435, 438; 4aSG 43

journeyed northward to Edrei, in Bashan PP 435

conquered land of Gilead and Bashan PP 435-7

returned to Jordan River from conquest of Bashan PP 438, 453

encamped by river Jordan PP 438; 4aSG 43

in Vale of Shittim PP 453-4

in plains of Moab 4aSG 43

above entrance of river into Dead Sea PP 438

on east side opposite to plain of Jericho PP 438, 453; 4aSG 43

on borders of Moab PP 438

prepared to invade and occupy Canaan PP 438, 454

Balaam hired by elders of Moab and Midian to curse PP 438-44; 4aSG 43-4

Balaam’s futile efforts to curse GC 529; PP 443-52; 4aSG 44-50

enticed into licentious and idolatrous worship at Mt. Peor by strategy of Balaam AA 316; AH 326; GC 529-30; PP 451, 453-61, 487, 492, 518, 684; 4aSG 48-50; 5T 599

terrible pestilence visited upon, for apostasy PP 451, 455-61; 4aSG 50; 2T 451

Midian and Moab conquered by PP 456; 4aSG 50

Joshua appointed leader of PP 462-3; 4T 156-7

numbering of, shortly before entering Canaan PP 235

Moses rehearsed to, history of Exodus PP 463-6; 4aSG 52-5; SR 170-2

Moses recapitulated for, law spoken from Mt. Sinai PP 463; 4aSG 52; SR 170

Moses wrote for, various laws given him for them PP 466; 4aSG 53; SR 170-2

prophetic address of Moses to 4aSG 55-6; SR 172

historical and prophetic song penned for, by Moses PP 467-8

blessings and curses set before, by Moses PP 466-7; 4aSG 53-4

Moses’ prophecy re final overthrow of, by Romans PP 467

Joshua as new leader, Moses’ final charge to PP 469-70; 4aSG 58

Moses’ final blessing upon PP 235-6, 471; SR 172

Moses left, and died on Mt. Nebo PP 471-80; 4aSG 56-7; SR 172-3

mourned Moses’ death 30 days PP 481

2. From Moses’ death to Rehoboam’s reign

Joshua’s administration as leader of PP 481-524; 4aSG 52-65; SR 175-82

still encamped on east side of Jordan PP 482

in acacia groves of Shittim PP 483

opposite to Jericho PP 482

two spies sent to spy out Jericho PP 482-3

prepared to cross Jordan for conquest of Jericho PP 483; 4aSG 58-9; SR 175

crossed Jordan miraculously PK 151; PP 483-5, 590-1, 613; 4aSG 59-60, 102; SR 175-7, 184; 4T 156-8

in spring season PP 483

when river was in flood stage PP 483; 4aSG 60; SR 177

encamped at Gilgal in Canaan PP 484-6, 613; 4aSG 60; SR 177

at short distance from Jordan PP 485

at little distance from Jericho PP 487

desert wanderings of, end of PP 486

Passover observed by MH 403; PP 485-6; 4aSG 60; SR 177

manna ceased to be provided for PP 486, 613; 4aSG 61; SR 178; 4T 159

Jericho fell to PP 393, 487-93, 613; 4aSG 61-4, 102; SR 178-81; 3T 263-4; 4T 159-64

routed in attacking Ai PP 493-4; 4T 491

Achan stoned by PP 494-8, 613-4; 3T 263-5, 267-9

Ai taken by PP 499, 613

marched from Gilgal to vale of Shechem PP 499

covenant of loyalty renewed by, at Shechem PP 499-504

between Mt. Ebal and Mt. Gerizim PP 499-500

more than 1,400 years before Christ gave Sermon on Mount MB 1

returned from Shechem to Gilgal PP 505

league made with Gibeonites by PK 369; PP 505-7

at Gilgal PP 505, 613-4

Gibeon delivered from Amorites by PP 507-10

southern Canaan conquered by PP 510

returned to Gilgal PP 510

Canaanites routed by, at Lake Merom PP 510

Hazor taken and burned by PP 510

Canaanites not fully dispossessed by, under Joshua PP 511

land of Canaan divided to, by lot PP 511

headquarters of, moved from Gilgal to Shiloh PP 514

Shiloh as headquarters of, 300 years PP 514-5

six cities of refuge assigned to Levites by PP 515-7

dispute between tribes east of Jordan and the others settled by, re altar of burnt offering PP 518-20

assembly of, convened by Joshua in his old age PP 521-2; 4aSG 64-5

assembled at Shechem to hear Joshua’s last address PP 522-4; 4aSG 64-5; SR 181-2

covenant of loyalty to God made by, with Joshua PP 524; 4aSG 65; SR 182

transgressed God’s command by league with Canaanites PP 543-5

king of Mesopotamia oppressed PP 545

Othniel delivered, from oppressors PP 545

king of Moab oppressed PP 545

Ehud delivered, from oppressors PP 545

Philistines oppressed PP 545

Shamgar delivered, from oppressors PP 544-5

Canaanites at Hazor led by Sisera against PP 545

Deborah and Barak delivered, from oppressors PP 545

Midianites oppressed PP 546

Amalekites oppressed PP 545-6

for seven years PP 546

Gideon delivered, from Midianite oppression PP 546-55, 675

led into apostasy by Gideon’s presumptuous act PP 556-7

apostasy of, after Gideon’s death PP 556

Abimelech as king of PP 556-7

idolatry among, judges who followed Abimelech temporarily checked PP 557

heathen foes pillaged and oppressed PP 557; 5T 640

for 18 years PP 558

Jephthah delivered, from Ammonite oppression PP 558

returned to their evil ways to be oppressed by powerful enemies PP 558-9

Samson as deliverer of, from Philistine oppression PP 560-8

Eli as judge and high priest of PK 416; PP 569-85; 4aSG 103-6; SR 184-7

bold in idolatry in Eli’s time PP 582

Samuel as prophet in PP 569-74, 581-2, 589-90; 4aSG 104; SR 185

Philistines conquered, and took ark of covenant from them PK 416; PP 583-4; 4aSG 105-6; SR 185-7

chastised but not forsaken by God PP 585

ark of covenant returned to, by Philistines PK 415-6; PP 586-90; 4aSG 106-10; SR 187-91

in time of wheat harvest PP 588

in subjection to Philistines 20 years PP 590-1; 4aSG 110-1; SR 191

Samuel made judge of, at Mizpeh PP 591-2

Samuel’s administration as judge over PP 591, 603-4; 4aSG 65, 67

Philistines routed before, at Ebenezer PP 590-1, 616

schools of prophets established in, by Samuel PP 592-602

asked for king to rule over them PP 604-8; SC 38-9; 4aSG 65-7; 5T 640-1; 6T 249

first king of, Saul chosen as PP 608-11, 617; 4aSG 67-8

assembly of, convened at Mizpeh by Samuel PP 611

Saul officially chosen as king of, by lot PP 611-2, 617

King Saul’s rule over PP 611-82; 4aSG 67-85

Jabesh-gilead delivered from Ammonite oppression by PP 612-3, 616

national assembly of, convoked at Gilgal by Samuel PP 613, 616

Saul publicly confirmed as king by PP 613-5

thunder and rain witnessed by, in time of wheat harvest PP 615; 4aSG 68

in May or June PP 615

Philistines oppressed PP 616

Geba taken from Philistines by PP 616

in second year of Saul’s reign PP 616

Philistines prepared for war against PP 616-7; 4aSG 68

men of war of, summoned to Gilgal by King Saul PP 617

faith of, tested at Gilgal PP 617-22, 625, 627; 4aSG 68-70

Philistine garrison routed by, at Michmash PP 622-6, 628; 4aSG 70-2

war waged by, against Moab, Ammon, Edom, Amalekites, and Philistines PP 628-9

Amalekites slaughtered by PP 627-9; 4aSG 72-5

Saul rejected as king of, by God PP 629-36; 4aSG 73-7

David divinely chosen as king of, instead of Saul PP 637-42; 4aSG 77-8

Philistines renewed war against 4aSG 79

Philistines routed by, after David slew Goliath PP 643-8; 4aSG 79-82

David as fugitive in and out of, from King Saul PP 649-74, 690-6; 4aSG 82-3

Samuel’s death mourned by PP 663

Philistines mobilized for war against PP 674-5; 4aSG 83

defeated in battle with Philistines on plain of Shunem and slopes of Mt. Gilboa PP 681-2, 690, 695; 4aSG 83-5

death of Saul and sons mourned by PP 682, 695-6

overrun by Philistines after King Saul’s death PP 682

David’s rule over PP 697-755; 4aSG 85-96

David crowned king of, at Hebron PP 697-8

Ishbosheth made rival king of, at Mahanaim PP 698-9

civil war in, between David and Ishbosheth PP 698-701

for two years PP 699

David acknowledged as king of all, after Ishbosheth was slain PP 701-2

Jebus taken from Canaanites by PP 703

Jerusalem (Jebus) made capital of, by David PP 703

alliance of, with Tyre PP 703

Philistines invaded as far as valley of Rephaim PP 704

Philistines routed by, from Gibeon to Gazer PP 704

ark of covenant removed from Kirjathjearim to Jerusalem by PP 704-11; 4aSG 111-3; SR 191-3

religious center of, David’s purpose to make Jerusalem PP 711

temple for, David not permitted to build PP 711-3; 4aSG 93-4

Philistines and Moabites made tributary to PP 713

Ammonites conquered and made subject to PP 713-5

kingdom of, reached in extent fulfillment of promise made to Abraham in Gen. 15:18; Deut. 11:22-25 PP 716

David’s sin and repentance before PP 717-26; 4aSG 86-9

Absalom’s unsuccessful revolt against David as king of PP 727-45; 4aSG 89-91

David’s last years as king of PP 746-55; 4aSG 91-6

census of, David’s sin in attempting to take PP 746-9; 4aSG 92-3

revolution and counterrevolution in, after Absalom’s death PP 746

Adonijah’s conspiracy to make himself king over PP 749

when David was 70 years old PP 749

Solomon made king of, by decree of David PP 749-55; 4aSG 94-6

Solomon’s rule over PK 25-89; PP 749-55; 3SG 96-101

temple built for, by Solomon PK 35-7

temple of, dedication of PK 37-50; 4aSG 113-4; SR 193-4

Solomon’s apostasy and its effects on FE 499; PK 51-75, 402-3; 7T 218

Solomon’s repentance and efforts for PK 75-86

Rehoboam made king of PK 87

Rehoboam’s rule of PK 87-98

divided into two kingdoms PK 87-92, 97, 108, 335-6

early in Rehoboam’s reign PK 87, 96

3. Judah as southern kingdom of

tribes of Judah and Benjamin formed PK 91, 93, 112, 288, 303, 384

Ahijah’s prophetic ministry to PK 87, 108-9

Rehoboam’s rule over PK 92-6

apostasy of, under Rehoboam PK 93-4

Shiskak of Egypt plundered treasures of PK 94-5

Abijah made king of PK 96, 107

victorious in war with Jeroboam I PK 107

Asa made king of PK 110

Asa’s rule over PK 110-4

Ethiopian army invaded, and was routed PK 110-2

Azariah’s prophetic ministry to PK 112

second reformation in, under King Asa PK 112

Ramah taken from, by king of Israel PK 113

unlawful alliance of, with Syria PK 113

Hanani’s prophetic ministry to PK 113

Jehoshaphat made king of PK 113, 190

Jehoshaphat’s rule over PK 113, 190-203, 212

reforms made in, under Jehoshaphat PK 190-2, 196-8

tribute received by, from Philistia and Arabia PK 192

alliance of, by marriage of Jehoshaphat’s son to daughter of Ahab PK 192-5, 212, 214

Micaiah’s prophetic ministry to PK 195-6

defeated in battle with Syrians PK 195-6, 207, 244

Jehu’s prophetic ministry to PK 196

Ammonites and Moabites invaded, and were routed PK 198-203

Jahaziel’s prophetic ministry to PK 201

Jehoram made king of PK 212-4

Elijah’s prophetic ministry to PK 213

Philistines and Arabians plundered PK 213

Ahaziah (Jehoahaz) made king of PK 214

Elisha’s prophetic ministry to PK 214

military campaign of, against Syrians PK 214

Athaliah’s rule over PK 215-6

Joash made king of PK 215-6

reformation in, under Joash PK 216

Uzziah’s (Azariah) rule over PK 303-6

nearly two centuries after Solomon’s death PK 303

temporal prosperity of PK 303-4

Isaiah’s prophetic ministry to PK 291, 305-330, 333-4, 340, 345, 347, 349-54, 366-7, 371-8, 382, 688-97

for 60 years PK 310

Jotham’s rule over PK 305-6

Ahaz as king of PK 322-334, 350, 648-9

Micah’s prophetic ministry to PK 322-6, 330, 334

King Pekah of Israel made war against PK 328-9, 648-9

outlook for, dark PK 324

alliance of, with King Tiglath-pileser of Assyria PK 329, 350

doors of temple closed to, by Ahaz PK 330

Hezekiah as king of PK 288-91, 331-66, 381, 677

reformation in, under Hezekiah PK 334-9

temple reopened to, by Hezekiah PK 332-3

Passover celebrated by PK 288-91, 335-8

Assyrian armies invaded PK 305, 329, 339

a few years after Samaria fell PK 339

tribute paid to Assyria by PK 350

Hezekiah miraculously healed PK 342-4

Babylonian ambassadors sent to PK 344-8

Sennacherib’s army besieged Jerusalem and was destroyed PK 349-56

toward close of Hezekiah’s reign PK 339

Manasseh’s long reign over PK 381-3

apostasy and persecution in PK 381-3

Amon as king of PK 383

Josiah made king of PK 383-4

Josiah’s rule over PK 383-406, 412, 415

seemed on verge of moral and national ruin PK 384-5

Habakkuk’s prophetic ministry to PK 385-9

Zephaniah’s prophetic ministry to PK 389-91

Jeremiah’s prophetic ministry to PK 405, 407-64, 466-76; 4T 164-85

reformation begun in, in eighteenth year of Josiah’s reign PK 383-405

nearly a century after Hezekiah’s time PK 392

Huldan’s prophetic ministry to PK 398-9

Passover observed by PK 405

Jehoahaz as king of PK 412

Jehoiakim made king of, by king of Egypt PK 412; 4T 181

Jehoiakim’s rule over PK 412-38

Jehoiachin made king of, by Nebuchadnezzar PK 422, 438

Zedekiah made king of, by Nebuchadnezzar PK 422, 439

Zedekiah’s rule over PK 439-60; 4T 181-5

Ezekiel’s prophetic ministry to PK 448-51, 464

last king of, prophetic sentence pronounced on Ed 179; PK 451

Jerusalem besieged by Nebuchadnezzar’s armies PK 452; 4T 181

in ninth year of Zedekiah’s reign PK 452

third and last time PK 466

Egyptians’ futile effort to rescue PK 452

Jerusalem destroyed by armies of Nebuchadnezzar PK 452-63; 4T 184

more than century after northern kingdom was destroyed PK 415

temple was destroyed PK 459

more than four centuries after it was built PK 459

taken into Babylonian captivity DA 28; PK 296, 460-1; SR 195; 5T 468; TM 75

Gedaliah as governor of remnant left in, for a few months PK 460

remnant of, fled to Egypt PK 460-7

4. Israel as northern kingdom of

ten northern tribes formed PK 88, 91, 99-100, 155, 279-80, 288

lasted two centuries and more PK 279

Jeroboam I made king of PK 87-91, 96

Jeroboam I’s rule over PK 99-107, 282, 401

Ahijah’s prophetic ministry to PK 87, 108-9

apostasy of, under Jeroboam I PK 99-108

golden calves worshiped by, at Bethel and Dan 2BC 1033; PK 99-102, 282, 285-6, 401-2

defeated in war with Judah PK 107

spiritual decline of, was steady PK 109

Nadab made king of, for a few months PK 109

Baasha made himself king of PK 109-10

many idolatrous practices adopted by PK 109

Elah as king of PK 110

Zimri as king of PK 110

Omri as king of PK 110, 114

Ahab made king of PK 114

Ahab’s rule over PK 114-89, 192-6, 204-7, 209, 244, 254; 3T 262-3, 273-9

alliance of, by Ahab’s marriage to daughter of king of Zidonians PK 114-5; 3T 262-3

Baal worship introduced among PK 114-6; 3T 262-3

Elijah’s prophetic ministry to GC 590; PK 119-89, 206-9, 213, 217-28, 254, 281; 3T 262-3, 273-92

Baal worship in PK 119-54, 281-2; 3T 262-3, 273-90

reformation in, begun by Elijah PK 139-54, 177-89, 217-28, 254; 3T 273-90

alliance of, by marriage of Ahab’s daughter to Jehoshaphat’s son PK 192-5, 212, 214

Elisha’s prophetic ministry to PK 214, 217-64, 281

Micaiah’s prophetic ministry to PK 195-6

defeated in battle with Syrians PK 195-6, 207, 244

Ahaziah made king of PK 207

Ahaziah’s rule over PK 208-10, 212, 224

Jehoram (Joram) made king of PK 212, 214, 255

schools of prophets re-established in PK 224-5

Syrian invasion of, to capture Elisha at Dothan PK 255-8

Syrian invasion of, by King Hazael PK 258-60

Jehu made king of PK 214-5, 254

military campaign of, against Syrians PK 214, 254

Jehoahaz made king of PK 254

lost to Syrians some cities east of Jordan PK 254, 261

idolatrous, scourged by King Hazael of Syria PK 254-5; 5T 77

Joash (Jehoash) made king of PK 261

Jonah’s mission to Nineveh PK 265-78

long before Hezekiah’s time PK 339

closing years of, marked by much violence and bloodshed PK 279

sowing wind and reaping whirlwind PK 279

Hosea’s prophetic ministry to PK 279-85, 292, 296-300, 688

alliance of, with Assyria PK 280

last half century of, before Assyrian captivity PK 281

Amos’s prophetic ministry to PK 279-82, 284-6

fruitage of apostasy reaped by PK 285

Menahem as king of PK 287

King Pul of Assyria humbled PK 287

Pekahiah as king of PK 287

Pekah as king of PK 287-8, 328-9

made war against Jerusalem PK 328, 648-9

Oded’s prophetic ministry to PK 648-9

King Tiglath-pileser of Assyria invaded PK 287

captives taken from, to heathen lands PK 287, 332

terrible blow from which, never recovered PK 287

Hoshea as last ruler of PK 287-92

crumbling to pieces rapidly PK 332

Isaiah’s prophetic ministry began PK 291, 305

King Shalmaneser of Assyria conquered and destroyed PK 291-2, 305, 332, 351

more than a century before Jerusalem fell PK 415

broken remnant of, scattered into Assyrian provinces PK 291-2, 296-7, 305, 324, 339, 351, 384

terrible judgments upon, God had wise purpose in PK 292

God’s purpose in scattering, among heathen PK 292

“destroyed for lack of knowledge” PK 293-300

given no promise of complete restoration to Palestine PK 298

“wanderers among nations” till end of time PK 298

privilege of, to share in final restoration at end of earth’s history PK 298-300

remnant of, left in Samaria and Galilee by Assyrians PK 567

heathen colonists settled in, from Assyrian provinces PK 567

feeble remnant of, existed during Josiah’s reign PK 397

intermarriage of, with heathen colonists produced Samaritans PK 567

5. After Babylonian Exile

70 years of Babylonian captivity PK 479-557

Cyrus the Great issued decree in favor of PK 557-9, 599-600, 607

about 70 years before decree of Artaxerxes I (Longimanus) in 457 B.C. PK 607

about 50,000 exiles returned to Jerusalem from Babylon PK 559-60, 598-9

Zerubbabel as governor of PK 559, 575, 577-8, 593-6, 618, 677, 705

altar built in temple court PK 560

Feast of Tabernacles kept by PK 560

work begun to build second temple PK 563

cornerstone of second temple laid PK 563-6

Samaritans harassed PK 567-72

false Smerdis of Persia halted work of, in rebuilding temple and city PK 572-3

temple neglected by, over a year PK 573

Haggai’s prophetic ministry to PK 573-7, 580, 597

Zechariah’s prophetic ministry to PK 573, 575-96

work on temple renewed by PK 575, 579-80

Darius I (Hystaspes) issued decree in favor of PK 573, 578-9, 598, 600

many exiles of, remained in lands of their captivity PK 598-600

persecution of, in reign of Xerxes the Great PK 597-606

Artaxerxes I (Longimanus) issued decree in favor of, in 457 B.C. DA 233; GC 327-8, 398-9, 409-10; LS 57-8; PK 605, 607, 609-12, 698-9; 1T 52

return of more exiles to Jerusalem with Ezra PK 607-19

about 70 years after first exiles returned PK 607, 618

reforms instituted among, by Ezra PK 607, 619-27, 661-8, 675-8, 705

Nehemiah as governor of, first term of PK 628-68

heathen opposition met by, in building wall of Jerusalem PK 635-46, 653-60

reforms instituted among, by Nehemiah PK 182-3, 607, 646-52, 667-8, 670-8, 705

Feast of Trumpets observed by PK 661

Day of Atonement kept by PK 665

Feast of Tabernacles observed by PK 665

condition of, during Nehemiah’s return to Persia PK 669-70

Nehemiah as governor of, second time PK 670-8

Malachi’s ministry to PK 705-8

6. Camp of

ark of covenant occupied place in center of PP 483

arranged in exact order Ed 37-8; PP 374

Balaam’s view of PP 447; 3SG 47-8

cleanliness maintained in CG 106; MH 279; PP 375; 4aSG 141-2; 6T 170

each great division had its appointed position in PP 374

influence of mixed multitude in PP 408

lepers were isolated from MH 278-9

location of priests and Levites in Ed 37-8; PP 374-5

mixed multitude dwelt in outskirts of PP 375

no refuse allowed to remain within or about MH 279

order preserved in PP 375; 6T 170

organization of, for marches PP 375-7; 1T 650-1

organizational plan of Ed 37-8; PP 374-5; 4aSG 10-1; SR 156-7; 1T 650-1

persons contacting contagious or contaminating diseases were isolated from MH 277

pillar of fire illuminated, at night PP 287, 290

place of, indicated by descent of pillar of cloud Ed 38; 4aSG 10-1; SR 156; 1T 650-1

preservation of health in Ed 38; PP 375

purity preserved in PP 375

sanctuary stood in center of Ed 38; PP 374; 4aSG 11; SR 157

sanitary laws enforced in MH 277

sanitary regulations enforced in Ed 38; PP 375

three great divisions of PP 374

tribe of Reuben dwelt on south side of PP 395

unclean persons forbidden to enter PP 375

vast and perfectly arranged PP 447

7. History of

and that of SDA have been similar 4T 27

as striking illustration of experience of Millerite Adventists GC 457-60

Balaam’s prophecy fulfilled in PP 447

darkest hours of, God graciously revealed Himself in PK 296

future, Moses was shown PP 475-7

God’s people are repeating 5T 160

God’s strict and impartial justice manifested in PP 469

humility and obedience should be learned from 3T 172

is record of backsliding and rebellion GC 19

Jeremiah reviewed, from days of Exodus PK 414

Joshua recapitulated SR 181

Joshua reviewed, second time PP 523

lessons from 2BC 994; PK 465

re health reform 6T 372

Moses wrote SR 171

presents before us great danger of deception 3T 361

recorded in Psalms 105, 106, and 107 8T 107

recorded for our benefit 3BC 1138

Satan strives to repeat, in our day PP 689

written for: benefit of people living in last days 1T 533; 3T 358; 4T 11, 43, 162; 6T 9-10

our instruction and admonition CT 166; PP 293; SR 152; 1T 650-3; 3T 172; 4T 25-6, 154-6, 162; 8T 115

8. Spiritual

covenant promises made by God will be fulfilled to PK 714

Gentiles to be numbered among PK 372

God’s church on earth as PK 372

God’s people today are numbered with MH 405

God’s purposes for, will not fail PK 720

in last days, in constant danger of mingling with world 1T 283

Jews being numbered among Ev 578

prophecy re PK 298

many people not descendants of Abraham after flesh were to be numbered among PK 367

modern: desolation of Jerusalem in Jeremiah’s time is warning to PK 417

God’s purpose for, soon will finally be fulfilled PK 22

let no man attempt to number PK 189

One greater than Joshua leads armies of 2T 122

people who try to obey God and purify their souls through obedience to truth are 2T 109

sins that have delayed entrance of, into heavenly Canaan Ed 263; 1SM 69

true church of Christ as, must be strong PK 74

persons who hunger and thirst after righteousness are to be numbered among PK 371

privileges that have been restored to PK 714

Sabbath is given to all who become part of, through Christ DA 288

to number, is not to work after God’s order TM 202

true: established in new earth PP 477

God’s people of today as PP 447

have citizenship in heaven PP 447

journeying to heavenly Canaan PP 480

people of God as PP 447

scattered throughout all nations PP 447

witnesses for God are numbered among PK 714

9. Tribe(s) of

all, represented at moving of ark of covenant to Jerusalem PP 708

each: encamped beside its own standard Ed 38; PP 375; 4aSG 10-1; SR 157; 1T 651

had specified position in camp PP 375

marched under its standard PP 375, 488; 4aSG 10-1; SR 157; 1T 651

standard of, bore sign of father’s house upon it 1T 651

jealousy and envy between PP 603

numbered by families MH 184

names of 12, on 12 stones in high priest’s breastplate PP 351

on two onyx stones on ephod of high priest PP 351

princes or chiefs ruled over PP 374

reunion of, in glad day of restoration PK 474

ten: formed northern kingdom after Solomon’s time PK 88, 91, 99-100, 155, 279-81, 285, 292, 297-8, 305, 324, 336, 339, 351, 384, 397, 567

intermarried with heathen colonists PK 567

no promise of complete restoration of, to former power in Palestine PK 298

restoration of, set forth by Hosea in symbolic language PK 298

remnant of, remained in Palestine PK 397, 567

scattered among nations PK 291-2, 297-8, 305, 324, 336, 339, 351, 384

seceded in reign of Rehoboam PK 88-91, 99

“wanderers among the nations” PK 298

10. Miscellaneous

abominations of surrounding nations were followed by 1T 277

Abraham given prophetic vision re deliverance of, from Egypt PP 281-2; 3SG 229-30

abundant provision made for, to keep God’s law in wilderness PK 464

accountable for Achan’s guilt PP 494

accustomed to material representations of Deity while in Egypt PP 315

acknowledged leader of, God was to be 2T 108

adversity suffered by, because of disobedience 2T 106

agricultural labor among, suspended every seventh year PK 647; PP 531-2

agricultural land of, was to lie fallow every seventh year PK 647; PP 531-3

all instruction given to, is for us MH 405

all nations were to be blessed by, in advent of promised Messiah PK 17

apostasy of: developed gradually PK 296; PP 603

heathen abominations that prevailed during PP 337

prophets wept over GC 21

traceable largely to mingling with heathen PK 620; PP 543-59, 603

ark of covenant led way for, in wilderness journeys Ed 38; PP 375-6; 4aSG 11; SR 157

armies of: chariots or horses not to be used by PP 510

cleanliness and order maintained in tents of CH 101

led by ark of covenant PP 393

Moses at head of 1T 650

as: beacon light to surrounding nations PK 71

chosen nation to bring blessing to all mankind PK 17

covenant people scattered in every land GC 21

cumberer of ground COL 215

example to us on whom ends of world are come 1T 527

farmers, God’s purpose for 1BC 1112

first-born among nations PP 273

God’s ancient church 4aSG 116

God’s chosen people DA 27-30

God’s vineyard COL 214, 284-96; PK 15-22

light of world in early part of Solomon’s reign PK 32

stewards of God’s blessing to world COL 369

as nation: awful doom pronounced upon AA 379

condition of existence of PP 603

divorced herself from God AA 145; COL 268; DA 620, 709

favored and blessed of God, ended with crucifixion of Christ GC 21

final withdrawal of God’s presence from GC 615

God has forsaken EW 213

God’s protection to be withdrawn from GC 35

lost her connection with God AA 377

rejected by God 5BC 1149; CSW 47