Who was the best king of Israel?
King David (II Samuel 5:3) c. 1004–970 BCE – who made Jerusalem the capital of the United Kingdom of Israel.
Who was the worst king of Israel?
Ahab became king of Israel in the thirty-eighth year of King Asa of Judah, and reigned for twenty-two years, according to 1 Kings.
|Died||c. 852 BC Ramoth-Gilead, Syria|
|Burial||Samaria, Kingdom of Israel|
|Consort||Jezebel of Sidon|
|Issue||Ahaziah of Israel Jehoram of Israel Athaliah of Judah|
Who were the good kings?
8 of the nicest kings in history
- Æthelstan (king of England, 925–939)
- Henry VI (king of England, 1422–61; 1470–71)
- Charles I (king of England and Scotland, 1625–49)
- George III (king of Great Britain, 1760–1820)
- Louis XVI (king of France, 1774–92)
- Frederick III (German emperor, 1888)
Who were the bad kings of Judah?
The Ugly Kings of Judah
- King Rehoboam. He might be Solomon’s son, but he totally mishandles the rebellion in Israel with his heavy-handed rule and causes the 10 tribes to break off and form their own nation. …
- King Jehoram. …
- King Ahaziah. …
- Queen Athaliah. …
- King Amaziah. …
- King Ahaz. …
- King Amon. …
- King Jehoahaz.
Who were Israel’s first 3 Kings?
The First Three Kings Of Israel: An Introduction To The Study Of The Reigns Of Saul, David, And Solomon…
How many of Israel’s kings were good?
Out of 20 kings, only 5 of them were righteous.
Who was the first greatest king of Israel?
Samuel anointed Saul from the Tribe of Benjamin as the first king.