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  • Jeroboam also rebelled against the king. He was the son of Nebat, an Ephraimite of Zeredah; his mother, Zeruah, had been left a widow. He was one of Solomon's officials. (1 Kings 11, 26)

  • when he noticed that Jeroboam was a man of great personal worth and an able worker, he put him in charge of all the forced labor of the tribes of Joseph. (1 Kings 11, 28)

  • Once, when Jeroboam went out of Jerusalem, the prophet Ahijah of Shiloh found him on the road. The two of them were alone in the open country (1 Kings 11, 29)

  • He then said to Jeroboam, "Take ten pieces for yourself for this is the word of Yahweh, the God of Israel: 'I am about to tear the kingdom from Solomon's hands (1 Kings 11, 31)

  • Solomon wanted to kill Jeroboam, but Jeroboam took refuge in Egypt with Shishak king of Egypt, where he remained until the death of Solomon. (1 Kings 11, 40)

  • When Jeroboam, son of Nebat, heard of this in Egypt where he had fled from King Solomon and where he still remained, he returned from Egypt. (1 Kings 12, 2)

  • On the third day, Jeroboam together with the people went back to Rehoboam just as the king said, for he had said to them, "Come back on the third day." (1 Kings 12, 12)

  • The king did not listen to the people. It was, indeed, Yahweh who brought about this fateful event, fulfilling the word he had spoken to Jeroboam, son of Nebat, through Ahijah the Shilonite. (1 Kings 12, 15)

  • As Jeroboam had returned and was with them at the assembly, having been called by them, they made him king of Israel. And so, with the exception of the tribe of Judah, no one followed the house of David. (1 Kings 12, 20)

  • Jeroboam fortified Shechem in the hill country of Ephraim and lived there. Then, he set out to fortify Penuel. (1 Kings 12, 25)

  • Jeroboam thought, "The kingdom could return to the house of David. (1 Kings 12, 26)

  • And so Jeroboam made the people sin; the people went as far as Dan to accompany one of them. (1 Kings 12, 30)

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