Period of the Kingship of Saul

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United Kingdom of Israel

120 year Period of the United Kingdom of Israel covers the period of time of BC AYN 1128 through BC AYN 1009.

Kingship of Saul

"King Saul was to restore Abraham's position on the national level. By building the Temple, King Saul should have restored in a short time all the indemnity conditions in the form of numerical indemnity periods which had been set up to restore the foundation of faith in Moses' time."

"Abraham was called to lay the family foundation for the Messiah as the basis for the national foundation for the Messiah. God had to lay the family foundation for the Messiah without fail in Abraham's day because it was His third attempt. Likewise, in King Saul's day, God was working to establish the national foundation for the Messiah for the third time."

"King Saul was to restore Abraham's position on the national level. By building the Temple, however King Saul was disobedient[1] and failed to fulfill God's Will," instead he set him up (מציב) a place or monument (יד), and going round about[2] (ויסב). "Thus God's dispensation to build the Temple, which began with King Saul, was extended to King David and King Solomon before it was finally fulfilled."

Annual Reports

1st/3 Kings or Monarchs of the Period of the United Kingdom of Israel is Saul (שאול) covering the period of time of BC AYN 1128 through to BC AYN 1089 representing the Period of the Kingship of Saul.

BC AYN 1128: 1st/40[3] years of the Kingship of Saul (שאול) son of Kish (קיש) of the family of Matri[4] (מטרי); “rainites” or “natives of rain,” of which that rain (מטר) of the family of Matri (מטרי) along with the thunder (קלת) of 1 Samuel 12:18 is cognate and cosynchronous with Tukulti (תקלתי) of Tukulti-apil-Esarra King of Assyria (אשור).

BC AYN 1126: 3th/40[8] years of the Kingship of Saul (שאול) when the kingdom was confirmed or “Saul took (to take: לכד, LChD the same Hebrew root-stem as Akkad אכד: AChD; “will take”) the kingdom over Israel, and fought against all enemies on every side,”[9] including the kings of Zobah [10](צובה), a Syrian Kingdom.[11]

BC AYN 1089: 40th/40 years of the Kingship of Saul (שאול) when Saul dies at the Battle of Mount Gilboa along with 3 of Saul's son's, Jonathan, Abinadab and Malchishua.

Genealogy

According to the Tanakh, Saul[12] (שאול); "hell" was the son of Kish (קִישׁ); "bent," the son of Abiel (אביאל), the son of Zeror (צרור), the son of Becorath (בכורת), the son of Aphiah (אפיח), of the family of the Matrites[13] (מטרי), the son of a Benjamite (בנ-איש ימיני).

  • Saul married Ahinoam (אחינעם), daughter of Ahimaaz[14] (אחימעץ).
    • They had sons:[15] Jonathan (יונתן),
      • The surviving male lineage of Saul went through Jonathan's lame son Mephibosheth[16] (מפבשת) a.k.a. Meribbaal[17] (מריב-בעל) who was 5 years old at the time of the battle of Mt. Gilboa in BC AYN 1089.
        • Mephibosheth had a young son, whose name was Mica (מיכא), and all that dwelt in the house of Ziba (ציבא) were servants unto Mephibosheth.[18]
          • And the sons of Micah (מיכה) were Pithon (פיתון) and Melech (מלך) and Tahrea (תחרע) and Ahaz[19] (אחז).
    • Malchishua (מלכישוע) a.k.a Ishvi (ישוי),
    • Abinadab (אביןדב) and,
    • Ish-bosheth (איש-בשת) a.k.a Eshbaal (אשבעל),
      • Ish-bosheth was 40[20] years old and reigned for 2 years (BC AYN 1089-1088) and was killed by two of his own captains,[21] concurrent with the 2 years of the reign of King Asharid-apal-Ekur (אשרד-אפל-הקור) King of Assyria #88 the son of Tukulti-apil-Esarra.
    • and two daughters:[22] Merab (מרב) which Saul offered to David as a wife after his victory over Goliath, but David was not interested in the arrangement, and
    • Michal (מיכל) which Saul gave in marriage to David, but when David became Saul's rival to the kingship, Saul gave Michal in marriage to Palti, son of Laish. After Saul's death Michal was returned as a wife to David, but was not granted any children.
  • Saul also had a concubine named Rizpah (רצפה), daughter of Aiah (איה),

References

Period of the United Kingdom of Israel
1st/3 Sub-periods 2nd/3 Sub-periods 3rd/3 Sub-periods
Period of the Kingship of Saul Period of the Kingship of David Period of the Kingship of Solomon

Footnotes

  1. 1 Samuel 15:11-23
  2. 1 Samuel 15:12
  3. 1 Samuel 13:1
  4. 1 Samuel 10:21 Hebrew Strong’s #4309 (מטר): “rain,” 1 Samuel 12:18 rain
  5. C.f North-central Turkey; Galatia (גלתיה); “springs” Joshua 15:19
  6. “Thou or she Thunderites” derived with “thunder” (קלת) Hebrew Strong’s #6963 1 Samuel 12:18
  7. 39 years Assyrian King List livius.org
  8. 1 Samuel 13:1
  9. 1 Samuel 14:47
  10. C.f. Zeboiim in Genesis 14:2 (צבאים) and Genesis 14:8 (צביים) during the time of Abram
  11. Pp. 287 Chronological Antiquities, John Jackson, AD 1752
  12. 1 Samuel 9:1-2
  13. 1 Samuel 10:21
  14. 1 Samuel 14:49
  15. 1 Chronicles 8:33
  16. 2 Samuel 4:4
  17. 1 Chronicles 9:40
  18. 2 Samuel 9:12
  19. 1 Chronicles 9:41
  20. 2 Samuel 2:8
  21. 2 Samuel 4:5
  22. 1 Samuel 14:49
  23. 1 Samuel 21:8

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