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Canaan Unconquered - Rachel Havrelock
"And kinda interested in talking about the person joshua. He's the title character of this book and he himself from my understanding of scholarly work on biblical criticism or otherwise. He himself has a story like an origin story. That some people think is kind of a retrospection where like after the fact. He's put into the torah in a way that he may not have always been there. And what i'm referring to is specifically. His glory story is that he's one of the two folks in the twelve spies story that goes into the promised land and says This is great all the other ten folks. All land is terrible. Joshua caleb are on the good side that god likes and because it's the land that they're supposed to go to am. I right in my understanding of that. How scholars look at that person joshua and to what extent to we learn more about him in talking about the book that's named after him. Joshua indeed has a book named after him but is one of the flatter hand more hollow biblical characters. I mean for readers. Go in sequence so you know redo romney in which moses in vary tragic psychological terms wrestles with his impending death. And you know even with the existential reality of death itself. so we're going through it moses psyche and when we can turn out of the penza out of the five books of moses when we opened the book of joshua we have an entirely flat character. You know joshua is really characterized by his obedience and interestingly enough has no title right once called the servant of god is not labeled a profit is not labeled a judge is not labeled a king. I mean we get the news of general because he leads these battles but he doesn't even have a title biblical literature does have great literature and just have complex characters. Josh was not one of them. And you can't really do. A lot of psychological depth with an icon in joshua right becomes an icon of this army of this ancient near right to really kind of like a strobe of what i would call. Ancient national is now. I believe that the book of joshua is ultimately synthesized by a group of editors that we call the or novelists they are the ones that are also very smart editors so joshua ends up becoming a kind of a tool that the nommik editors really use to kinda. We've eras together and also to contain a kind of perfect model right. They wanna leader in their language. Who neither the left nor the right right who keeps torah. You know kind of the cuff at all times. And so they give joshua authority by putting him back the times of most read someone who experienced the whole exodus and even while being a member of this desert generation right the generation of the liberated slaves joshua and his spy buddy caleb right are portrayed is the only two who believe in going to war in this land. So i think that's right. I think the shooter anonymous create joshua to be an icon of the kind of unity to which they aspire and one more piece that all add to your question about joshua and caleb who again are depicted is these faithful spies who go against the will of their generation. I love it kinda that the liberated slaves don't want to go to war. I feel like we haven't done enough to really like reclaim that biblical antiwar position expressed by that generation. But you know. John lewis show like i said he's a. He's a tutoring nommik creation. But there's a lot of northern stuff going on with joshua and caleb is a southern figure just as these editors could really say we've always been at war with canaanites. Their system could also absorb later alliances. So kayla who. This southern figure is a canoe. He's a kennedy and the candidates are ultimately a group that gets absorbed under the tribe of judah the twelve tribes structure is very good at pointing to those people who are on the outside who jumped. Don't join the alliance and saying those e mites those canaanites those jebusites there are enemies. But it's also good at absorbing groups that might join the alliance at their own pace and saying. Oh well that's caleb. He's the head of the kennedy clan and that's a sub family of judah so so both things are possible for trying to account for political alliances. Can we situated some of what you're talking about in some sense of historical time to understand sort of when the actual events that are being responded to her happening versus the time where the story is set. What's going on geopolitically. And the time of the israelites when they are making all these alliances. And then if i understand the approximate timeframe here they're basically writing and rewriting these stories that are functionally taking place around five hundred years earlier. Right i mean the so. It almost becomes like their writing and rewriting and massaging this almost like mythic prehistory. It's not just like they're telling a story from fifty years ago differently. They're telling a story from five hundred years ago differently. I'm just curious if you could give us some sense of what was actually going on in in their world at that time that was motivating them to do all this so yes. Speaking about time wine this is the kind of thing. Bible scholars go to conferences to fight of out. So let me kind of breakdown this picture together with a time line let me start somewhere with is a very important piece of poetry and it's important because because of how it serves as a historical in and that's song of deborah and the song of jabra with we believe based on its grammar and syntax is one of the oldest texts in the bible and some people even speak about the year twelve hundred bc. Jabra sings about a war and she sings that some tribes came and fought in the war in some sat home so she disparages the tribes who sat home and she sings the praises of the tribes who k. That's very important to me because it shows that the success or failure of a given tribe in war depended upon their allies. Were so we see major major motivation for these processes of consolidation. Many scholars have shown how end the nine eight century. B c e you've got these policies of consolidating clans in schreiber's into something that looks like a pro donation. This is happening in the region. And it's about war you know. Because if you're national formation right if or if you're a bunch of tribes and you've got a consolidated federation of people's you're gonna lose but then we get you know eighth century b. c. e. the rise of empires in particular syria and the threat of assyria marching. You know or the egyptian empire has its second wind around this time. It's that process. That i think gets people thinking we've got come up. You know with a larger scale organization in army. And so josh. Shaw gives this army which is kind of being configured in real time it gives this army kind of heroic prehistory behind which people can march. And so it means you know that it works and doesn't work because the syrian army takes out the northern kingdom the kingdom of israel in seven twenty two but ends up sparing the kingdom of
"northern kingdom" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Span of three kings about justice and mercy and humility and it was amazing what he said what he said was amazing who we said it to the rebellious nation especially the northern kingdom. They were such a mess. And so michael caine preaching to that and he spoke about a future promise and this is one of the things that keeps me rooted in god. I just saw your shirt. You're rooted shirt. Shut down so one of the things that keeps me rooted in god. In every season of my life is to know that christ was born to take away our sin but he was born in the least likely place but you bethlehem though you are small among the clans of judah out of you will come from the with. The christmas story is all about anyway. About god bringing the greatest gift out of an impossible situation so if ever we needed the christmas story we need it right now. If ever we needed to believe that where you start doesn't have to be where you finish. We needed this year. If ever we needed a message that helped us to believe that what you see is no match for what god has spoken. We need it right now. So i went to get a sonogram the other day. Not for a baby but for my heart. My forty year old checkup chunks made me go to suffer some insurance thing or something. I don't know what they were showing me all the places that i might be blocked. I was thinking man. This is great because they did it. The last time i went in for a sonogram was ten years ago to be and to watch moving around and all of that was cool but but i thought man they're using this to see about my cholesterol and they're checking my arteries and i thought this would be great if i had one of these for for for your soul as a preacher if i could hook up. Some gel put some gel pads. I mean you know. I have to license and all that. I'm not just gonna run around. Start doing it. But if they made a machine for that where. I could see the different things because the men were saying the cardiologists. Say you look healthy. And this and that he was complimenting that i looked like i worked out i felt great hearing that and but then he said we got to check beneath the surface. Now see what's going on. And i thought i need that when i preach i need one of these machines to see you know what pissed you off this week. That's.
Judgment is Coming (Zephaniah 1:18)
"Jeff. Anaya chapter one verse eighteen neither silver nor their gold shall be able to deliver them on the day of the wrath of the lord in the fire of his jealousy all the earth shall be consumed for full and sudden in he will make of all the inhabitants of the earth hits. It's hard to imagine a more sobering. Humbling verse then zephenia. One eighteen at the end of chapter. Where verse after verse after verse talking about the day of the lord now in wherever we see the day of the lord in scripture and specifically here in the old testament and old testament prophets. It's directly talking about the day of god's judgment that's coming upon his people for their sin. We've seen this in different ways through different prophets With the northern kingdom of israel this is relating to the southern kingdom of judah. God warning his people that because of their sin that he will bring his judgement upon them and we see these warnings for other nations. Says what we see in whom for example talking about god's judgment on the people of niniveh and then in a broader way. Because we see this all the way through the bible all the way to the end in revelation when we see the day of the lord as a picture of his ultimate judgment in the earth that all of these displays of his judgment at different times in history will one day culminate in the ultimate day of the lord win. All of these things will happen in so now listen to these words a full and sudden end he will make of all the inhabitants of the earth. There's coming a day when god will fully and finally judge the earth in every inhabitant in it all the inhabitants of the earth and on that day silver or gold will not be able to deliver. Anyone like money can't save prosperity in this world. Can't save nothing in this world will be able to save on the day of the wrath of the lord and we know this we who are hearing this and the bible we. You know god's word we know this god has told us this is coming which is motivation then right for evangelism for proclamation of good news to people around us. Just think about people in your life and my life who we know who don't know this who don't realize that there's coming a day of judgment when they will stand before god and apart from will be cast into attornal punishment will experience them and there's so much imagery here in chapter one that describes god's wrath god's judgment we know this is coming so god help us to proclaim the gospel with urgency today. An elvis not to be silent with the gospel got help us not to be distracted by so many other things got. I confess my own life and my leadership is a pastor. I get so distracted by so many other things then people souls for all of eternity and the reality of your coming judgment and need for your mercy in the gospel and to proclaim that like loudly and clearly and compassionately on ashamed league. God help me to proclaim this. Not just i mean yes. There's a pastor. Preach forgot every day for each one of us to proclaim your mercy your grace in light of your coming judgment every single day. God may this clear in her mouth and this be clear in our interactions with people around us chris overflow into spread of your goslin places where it's never ever been heard where there's no hardly any christians thing about the sirene can arabs in libya. Almost a million and a half of them hardly any of them have knowledge of the gospel and even looking at earlier today the instability in libya god we pray for the spread of the gospel among the sirene can arabs of libya. Got him every people group in the world. They're not ready for the day when you return. Jesus they're not already not trusted. You not heard the good news of your grace in the gospel. So god we pray that would change that you'd cause your church to take the cost to them into every people group in the world and the people right around scott. Help us to live in light of this coming day. I was to be holy to grow in holiness. First and second. Peter and view of your coming to live with holiness and to live with urgency to proclaim the gospel gallery. We pray that kind of whole innocent. That kind of urgency would mark our lives today.
The Enemy Has Been Defeated (Nahum 1:15)
"Whom chapter one verse fifteen behold upon the mountains the feet of him who brings good news who publishes piece exclamation point should have read that with more zeal with more enthusiasm. Because that's really what this verse is all about so the context to your home is. Here's a prophet who is proclaiming. God's judgment god's coming wrath specifically on the people of niniveh which was the capital of syria and the assyrian said waged war and wreaked havoc on god's people specifically the northern kingdom of israel. And keep in mind. This is the same city where jonah had gone to preach about god's coming judgment and the people of none of a had repented had turned from their san. We actually prayed through john chapter three. How god relented of the disaster. He had said he would bring upon none of a because of their repentance but here and they whom the messages clear. God's judgement is coming and the people of none of a have not repented are not repenting and god is making clear that they will experience they will not escape his judgment and specifically god's judgment for the way that none of is the assyrians had ravaged his people. And so in this sense when you get to nayhum. Chapter one verse. Fifteen the prophet whom says behold upon the mountains. The feet of him who brings good news. Who publishes piece so nana's downfall god's judgment upon a syria was good news for the people whom the assyrians were talking. This was good news. For god's people now as we think about how this first leads us to pray as wanna say it one more time and now the you know the context here these words behold upon the mountains the feet of him who brings good news who publishes piece basically saying like picture somebody running over the mountains saying war against you is over. Your enemies will not be attacking you anymore. Peace will reign in the land. Like when you see somebody running and proclaiming that. That's good news. That's cause for celebration with an exclamation point at the end of it. So when we think about that picture and then just take it to a whole 'nother level i. We are engaged in spiritual battle in every single one of our lives. There's an adversary in this world. Who is warring against your soul my soul our hearts our minds today trying to pull us away from god. There's an adversary in this world. John chapter ten makes clear. His aim is to kill steal and destroy. And what is the gospel but good news. That adversary has been conquered. The jesus has come and live a life of perfect obedience to god. Never once giving into temptation from the adversary he has conquered sin then he died on a cross to pay the price for sin and when it looked like all was lost and he had been defeated three days later he rose from the grave in victory over sin and victory over satan and victory over death itself this is the gospel and behold upon the mountains the feet of him who brings good news publishes pieces says that peace with god is possible through faith in jesus and victory over san enemy has been defeated. Salvation is a reality for all who trust in the victor for all who trust in jesus. So let's celebrate this gospel with an exclamation point in our minds and hearts today and let's proclaim this gospel. Let's go to the mountains to use language from name chapter one verse fifteen. Let's go to people right around us and people around the world and let's proclaim good news. Let's publish piece.
Help Us to Obey (Ezekiel 23:49)
"Ezekiel Chapter Twenty Three Verse Forty Nine And they shall return your. Lewdness. Upon you. And you shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry. And you shall know that I am the Lord God. So, this is the last verse in a long chapter. The depicts God's people as two women. One Who represents Samaria? The capital of the northern Kingdom of Israel among God's people. And the other who represents Jerusalem the capital of the southern Kingdom of Judah. God's people there. And the whole chapter describes how. God showed his judgment how God showed his judgment on the northern Kingdom of Israel Samaria. By delivering them over to the Assyrians. And then how God showed his judgment among the southern kingdom, his people in Judah specifically that capital Jerusalem by delivering them over to the Babylonians. and. Then you get to the very end of the chapter and Gajah says very clearly. Very plainly after forty eight verses of this depiction of women who have committed adultery who have committed idolatry as God's people. At the very end God says, you shall bear the penalty for your central. Trie. A. You shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry as you hear that phrase. I just think this is a simple principle. I think about going into details a a discipline conversation that heather and I were having our children recently. And we've had this conversation up million times. It seems like with different children I when you disobey. There will be consequences like it is not good to disobey. Is Good to obey that leads to good things when you disobey that leads to bad things and that's The Clear simple principle that God is saying over and over again in the book of Ezekiel. And he says it right here you shall bear the penalty for your sinful idolatry idolatry. Is, not, good, it does not lead to good. Immorality disobedience is not good at does not lead to good. This seems so basic yet how often? Do. We need to be reminded of this. As we are tempted every day to disobey in different ways. And God says to us in his word by his spirit over and over and over again, it is good to obey it is not good to disobey. So in a fresh way today Oh God, we pray. Help us. To choose that which is good. Today. Or, if we're listen this is we're gonna bed and night stowe wake up in the morning remembering that it's good to obey listening this at the very beginning of our day or somewhere else like as always we have time left in this day God, help us to choose that which is good. Help us to obey you help us to trust you help us to worship you alone. God please keep us from idolatry immorality disobedience and all that flows from it. Today and tomorrow in the next day to choose obedience. In every second in every moment and every decision every word and everything we do by Your Grace Oh God help us to choose obedience and to experience your goodness. And God, even as we pray this. We we. Know Our tendency to disobey. And we are so thankful. Jesus. We praise you. All timidly for bearing the penalty do our sinful idolatry. help us never to get over this. That you Jesus have paid. The price endured the penalty the judgment that we deserve four, our sin on the cross. All Glory be to your name that we don't have to be afraid. Of the judgment, we will experience all ultimately in eternity because you have paid that price for us. All Glory to your name. So all the more help us to live in obedience today. Elvis to experience your goodness today as those who've been forgiven of sin free from sins power help us to walk in Worship Review in obedience to you in love for you in all that we do help us to choose obedience life love for you and everything we do today and tomorrow and the next the next day please in every moment we pray in Jesus name in the name of the one who is paid the penalty of sin for us in his name we pray.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast
"Hampshire. How did you become a Philadelphia Eagles? Fan All Jeff I was. I was a Patriot Fan. My entire life grown up in the northeast kingdom. I lived in die by the Patriots every Sunday. I mean it was like crazy stupid and eh go to the Super Bowl in nineteen eighty five and go play the Chicago bears in the second half. They came out and they quit. And I'm like you guys have got to be kidding me. And they get absolutely blown out right crushed by the bears. And I'm like I just there's one thing in my life and I can't abide as a quitter. Anybody who wants to quit I I will die before I will quit so I just stopped watching all football. I could care less. Like how would you people and I don't watch any football in Cuban? I moved to Philadelphia three years later. We're going to Grad school there and Next thing I know the guy who was the defensive coordinator for the bears is now the head coach with Philadelphia. Eagles Sky Buddy Ryan and Philadelphia's kind of crazy football town and everything that this guy does is about leaving on the field and just do not stop one hundred dollar bills to guys who could knocked Troy Aikman out not not knock them down knock out. And this is all over the front page of the Philadelphia Inquirer the guy in Sean Payton in New Orleans got suspended for year. Buddy Ryan's on the paper given dirty waters one hundred dollar bill for knocking them out and I just fell in love with that ethos of leave it all on the field and I became. I fell in love with football again and I fell in love with eagles. And so you know. By the time Bob Kraft team and they brought him bill. Valid in all those guys and they were they. Were doing it right but it was too late ya I was dead in love with the Eagles. And there's nothing's GonNa Shake Jonah. Huge Red Sox Fan Celtics Fan Bruins Fan but boy. Oh boy you give me my eagles every step of the way though. That's my story. That's awesome well Joe. This has been terrific. It's a pleasure as always and like I said I learned so much just Having these discussions and thank you Joe. This is It's been wonderful Jack. Appreciate the opportunity. Thanks very much and good luck on the rest of the year. interviews. Yeah I think the thing that you know her. I can't wait to yourself. Okay thank you Joe..
Vapotherm CEO Joe Army: Wisdom from the Northern Kingdom to the Board Room and Beyond
"Now at some point you you you found your way outside of Vermont and went to Uri. You paid your way through. Uri Newer a history. Major and I I was also a history major. Remember coming out of school wondering what I was going to do with a history degree. Talk a little bit about that. What why did you choose history? You know You ended up in kind of a science focused background but our some of those choices played into your development. I think before we get to that. We have to make it. Sound like is really nice. Well planned out. You know you and I both know. That's not true Very well I. I wasn't really a very good at school in anything that I ever did in school. I graduated pretty close to the bottom of my high school. And you know didn't really like school wasn't good at it and I ended up going back into the woods until you know it was clear to me halfway through that summer that you know if I could find a way to get into college I should do it up going with small state school in Vermont and ended up. You know be invited not to return to that school. After two years for variety of reasons and then spent the next year banging nails in Newport Rhode Island and paying off all of my student bills that point time and really beginning to think. About what kind of life do I want to have and you know working in the woods in northern Vermont is hard work but I will tell you Hump and bricks and sheet rock in Rhode Island in the wintertime? That's no box of chocolates either. So ended up really thinking it through. There was a guy. I've been very lucky in my life is. I've had a number of people show up at the exact right time to become a mentor to me and this guy showed up Dick Shoals and this other Guy Fred Dowager and they started begging me over the head about you know you could do a lot more than this. Is this really what you WanNa do with your life and Dick is the one who helped me figure out why history major and he said look you know you wanna be able to come out of college knowing how to read write and Sake so go figure out how you can do that and I was like to read and I always loved history and I understood. That would help me punch those three things so I know I wasn't worried I didn't think about a trade school like well. I'VE GOTTA go learn to be you know XYZ. I just wanted to come out of there knowing how to read. Write and thank and I've told is pretty important foundation and helped me a lot my career in from there. I went and sold stocks. Were living on Wall Street for you. Know three or four years and did okay at that and then ended up getting accepted to business school. I went to wharton. And that's when I decided to go. Specialize you get an MBA in finance marketing. That's more like trade school so there was not a linear path. You know was getting bounced out of schools. It was figuring out how to actually do well in school and education really is the key. It is the way out for people who are looking at along way up from where they sit today. Yeah no that's a so true and I couldn't agree more now coming out of Warton. Where did your career take you at that point? You know. You're not gonNA believe this but I actually worked in federal government between my first and second year at Wharton I won a fellowship and at that time in this was in the late eighties early nineties. We had another gigantic financial mess on our hands and it was the savings and loan meltdown. And I'm sitting there thinking about what I wanna do. My summer between first and second year and I'm reading in the newspaper about this and about the formation of this resolution trust corporation and so I applied for the fellowship but then you had to actually go get the job and so I called. Call that Guy Who was named in that newspaper article every day for like six weeks and finally I got him on the phone and after he was screaming at me about. I got better things to do than look at this big stack of pick messages from you They vitamin down in DC. And next thing I know I got a job offer and I was working with distressed assets and I was really intrigued by the whole thing. I worked really cool projects I made no money and I was taking the train from Philly to DC every day for you know that was like the slow bus that had like a three and a half hour commute in total and then. I ended up getting a CONDO. They gave me a Condo in in Georgetown. Meantime my wife was living in West philly which you can imagine. That was a box of chocolates. So I really fell in love with this whole notion of distressed assets and thinking about you know when you're in a distressed assets situation whoever could keep their act together and really think about what is the what is the inherent value of those assets. And how could you best deploy them pretty good chance of getting something pretty cheap and then turn it into something pretty special? So that's where I ended up. After Business School I ended up at coopers lybrand they had a big consulting business and part of it was they had a restructuring in kind of a turnaround business and after coming out of school. That's right where I went. I did that for the next six years. And you ended up obviously in running venture backed companies and companies that You know probably at a different point in their evolution then the companies that you were working more on the distress side. But what are some of the lessons that you picked up Working with those distress assets. And are there things that you learn their the end up applying or become kind of part of your thought process as you as you work with companies that are maybe on the upswing of their path absolutely jeff again? This is where I kept getting lucky in guys kept showing up in my life and giving me advice in point meet her. I direction nine. Another mentor net practice. A guy named Bob. Hope Bob was about as tough as nails and he was a really old school so I was. I had to go and kind of knock the door down a little bit to get him to teach me how to do it. He did really taught me from the get-go that I didn't care what kind of business it was. Cash was the whole thing. Like if you don't have the cash I don't care about whatever company and you better figure out how to make that business self sustaining no matter what and then the second thing he kept hammered into me was. Is there really business?
"northern kingdom" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Of course there's the prophecy this happened to them of course especially in the Babylonian captivity shall be slain before nine is not either of the Nash. He'll be violent taken away from before facing thou shall not be restored to sheep. She'll be given into the enemies thou shall have none to rescue them. Di Sons and daughters shall be given unto another people and then I shall look and fail with longing for them all day long and there shall be no might in nine hand the fruit of our land and all that Labor's shallow nation which thou lowest not up and thou shalt be only oppressed and crushed always so thou shalt be mad for the site of nine is which thou shalt see Lord shelves might the in the knees and in the legs with a sore. Botch that cannot be healed from the Solos. I foot to the top of the head yet the impression that God what is being he's he's he's using every rhetorical device imaginable to get his point across. You don't WanNa go this this way now. I want to talk to you a little bit about Kaya. Kaya was the last the kings of the southern kingdom century earlier Bob Northern Kingdom. It got wiped out by Syria. Southern Kingdom went from bad to worse according according to the Prophets Babylonians Game Two Prophets Jeremiah in Jerusalem and Zeki from Babylon because he's one of the early departees babbling. You were prophesying that that they should Yield to Nebuchadnezzar that maybe can answer was the instrument of God this judgment was of God it would last seventy years and so forth and they wouldn't they rebelled and because it came and took him away and change and put his uncle the guy in charge and as a vassal king and went back home and was that a guy gets on the same egotrip Jeremiah. Zeki are telling. You don't make that mistake. If if you rebel against Nebuchadnezzar God is going to destroy Jerusalem right now as vassal subject. I- battling but it's still there. If You keep messing around benevolent gonNA level is place. They wouldn't listen but as a prophesying. Jeremiah has interesting prophecy in verse Chapter Thirty Four Verses Four and five Jeremiah says Zenica you hear the word Florida. Oh Setagaya King of Jin thus saith the Lord of the Thou Shalt Not die by the sword die in peace and with Burns fathers and former kings which were before these socially burn orders for the and they will lament these saying all or for. I pronounce the words at the Laura. This is just an incidental thing in a whole discussion of Jeremiah. Kaya but he knows Zachariah. Hi says okay. I'M GONNA diabetes. No problem. Well he's Jeremiah's kind of curious because Ezekiel these prophets can't get their stories straight Ezekiel you don't twelve or thirteen also addressing this to about this my gut says through Zeki might also I spent up on him and he shall be taken away in my snare and I we'll bring him to Babylon to the land of the Caldeans shall not see it though he showed either and Zenica probably said of these. You can't even get your story straight. You have been listening.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on GONE
"To gone a podcast original. I'm molly and I'm Richard. Every other Monday. We examined the mysterious disappearances the theories they spawned from the Amber Room to Michael Rockefeller Picasso paintings to the skin language the roanoke colony to the lost Russian cosmonauts cosmonaut's. If it's gone we're looking for it. You can find all episodes of gone and all other park has originals for free on spotify or wherever wherever you listen to podcasts to stream gone for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse and type gone in the search bar today we we'll be looking into the ten lost tribes of Israel the ten tribes were comprised of tens of thousands of people but around seven twenty two. BC E they vanished launching thousands of years of speculation about where they could have gone at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners yes you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help. The story of the ten lost tribes of ancient Israel has captured the imaginations of scholars theologians wins in general people alike much like the tails of Atlantis Eldorado and the holy grail one major difference from these other stories however is that the ten tribes almost certainly existed historically they appear in both the Bible's Old Testament and in ancient Assyrian war records however after after their exile from ancient Israel in the eighth century. BC The tribes simply vanished from the historical record they appeared in the writings as of scholars travelers and historians all over the world for the next two thousand years but their appearance in these tax always revolved around their disappearance countries and ethnic groups across the globe have made claims to being the present day descendants of the lost tribes of Israel these these assertions come from places close to the tribes original home as Afghanistan and as far away as Japan and South America despite hundreds words of years of theories and research no one has ever definitively proven where these tribes went after their exile from ancient Israel or <music> who their real descendants are yet close to three thousand years later the story still captures the heart cinema generations of people all around the globe one reason for that persistence may be that the tribes story is the oldest known account of a huge group of people that simply disappeared appeared on top of that it comes from an era that was relatively well documented making the tribes vanishing act even stranger and many accounts counts the tribes describe its people as anywhere from exceptional two straight up supernatural with long life spans exceptional battle skills and even the ability to make themselves and their cities invisible. If that wasn't enough to spike interest the tribes return is said to signal the the end times and salvation for its people which has often been taken to mean both Jewish and Christian groups finding out the truth of where the tribes went would certainly changed the way we look at the history of Western civilization as well as deeply impact to major world religions today. We'll be looking at three three major theories that explain the disappearance of the ten lost tribes. The first is that at least one of the tribes the Dan tribe managed image to survive via supernatural powers of invisibility beyond the bounds of a mysterious river the second theory posits that the tribes traveled far to the east settling in either Mongolia or China and finally will explore the idea that the tribes made their way to the Americas and the so-called old new world long before the era of European conquistadors but first to understand where the tribes might be today. It's important in to look at what we do know. Historically ancient Israel was a powerful civilization that could trace its origins all the way eight to the seventeenth century. BC approximately thirty seven hundred years ago after being forced to migrate to Egypt due to famine around the late seventeenth century BC the Israelites remained in Egypt for close to five hundred years before returning to their ancestral homeland and the twelfth or thirteenth centuries BC for the next two hundred years ancient Israel was officially split into twelve landholding tribes Ruben. Dan Nafta Lie Gad Asher is a car Zevulun if Ram Simeon and Manasseh to the north and Judah and Benjamin to the south the country flourished under this tribal structure then sometime around ten twenty. BC THE ISRAELITES established a monarchy to rule all twelve tribes together. This kingdom lasted about one hundred years until the death of King Solomon Woman suddenly the tribes devolved into turmoil over the ongoing leadership and direction of ancient Israel. The conflict resulted in a political oh schism eight of the tribes joined forces to the north and the remaining to form the kingdom in the south. The North typically is referred to as is instant Israel and the south as Judah Modern Day Israel takes its name from this ancient northern kingdom and Judah gave its name to Judaism deism according to scripture and historical records the south was the weaker nation this would make sense given that the majority of the tribes banded ended together to form the northern kingdom however the south retained the most important Israelite Temple across all twelve tribes and northerners were supposed to make a pilgrimage to this temple to worship. This should have kept the two kingdoms unified but the south continued to struggle and the northerners look down on the kingdom naturally the north was larger and more powerful because it had formed a larger collective tribes they had more citizens is to work as farmers and warriors the small south however struggled to establish itself as a nation of equal repute. The North didn't want to depend on the week undesirable south for their place of worship so the north began to build its own temples. This decision went directly against their faiths teaching to worship at the main Temple Judah many southerners condemned the decision as blasphemy the divide between the two kingdoms continue integral this cycle of blame and distance continued for around two hundred years from the fall of Solomon in nine twenty two BC until a fateful military conflict in the eighth century BC the Israelites would never regain the power or status that they enjoyed prior to the tenth and century BC while some of this was due to internal strife within the Israelite Kingdom the key reason was that the Israelite Kingdoms Soon uh-huh fell victim to the expansion of the Syrian Empire beginning in the mid seven hundred BC the Syrian kingdom began attacking Israel and its it's neighboring countries sacking their cities and capturing their people by seven twenty two the Assyrian Empire had effectively conquered Israel. This date and event is generally considered to have happened historically as there are references to this conquest both in Syrian war records and the Jewish Bible. It's unlikely that the Assyrians were specifically aiming to target the Israelites. Their conquest of the ten tribes was just part of a larger campaign gene to assimilate the region into the Assyrian Empire regardless to preserve their victory and expand their kingdom. The Assyrians brought not their own people to settle the newly conquered territory meanwhile the Assyrians exiled some members of the North Ten tribes from their homeland to Assyria were the conquerors use them for their labor and skills but shortly after their relocation the tribes simply disappeared the Assyrian invasion is the last time the ten tribes show up in any historical records more than twenty seven hundred years ago however we we know they didn't vanish instantly while the exact numbers are unknown the Assyrians claim to have banished at least twenty seven thousand Israelites and the estimated population of the northern kingdom at the time was roughly four hundred thousand people. This would mean that not all of the ten tribes original population was displaced placed at least at the time however due to a Syrian rule and forced assimilation Hebrew records of the north became spotty at best best initially. No one realized the tribes were missing. Meanwhile the South continued to struggle to survive ignoring. It's occupied neighbor her then in five eighty six B. C. E. IT to Wiscon- Kurd by another powerful force the Babylonian Empire. Just it's like the northern tribes the southern tribes were banished.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fourth and first Timothy two I thirteen the first two versus reference life in some white eve was the mother of all living in the first verse and the beginning of the seed line leading to Christ in the second one the last two versus deal with the origin of Sam, namely Satan's. Deception Eve's temptation, the order of creation and ease decision to eat the forbidden fruit. That's it. Only four direct references to eve by name. Does this main that Eve's Rome and her impact? Packed in. God's revelation was rather minimal. No, not at all. Well, then what are we to make the fewer references to eat and Abraham and the greater references to David. There's a sense in which has God's revelation gets closer to a specific objective. The number of references to that objective increased. What does that mean consider this though there were prophets throughout the Old Testament the number of prophets, and their prophecies appears to be concentrated in a three hundred year period in Israel's history most of the writing prophets, for example, Isaiah through Malachi prophesied between seven hundred fifty and four hundred and fifty years before the coming of the Christ. Why that three hundred year period, covered the fall of the northern kingdom of Israel to Assyria and their captivity it covered the fall of the southern kingdom of Judah to Babylon and their captivity it covered the rise. Of the Mito Persian empire. Israel's and Judas released from captive, and the return of Jewish remnant to Judah and to Jerusalem, it covered the rebuilding of the city of Jerusalem and the temple and finally that period covered the reestablishment of the mosaic system of worship because of dire spiritual conditions specifically Israel's and Judas failure to obey God's law that is to submit their will to God's well God sent prophets and God sent them continuously to admonish his people Jeremiah's sums it up this white in chapter seven verse twenty five since the day that your father's came out of the land of Egypt until this day. I have even sent to you all my servants the prophets daily rising up early and sending them the point as Israel, and as Judah drifted further away from Jehovah God and as their impending falls and captivity loomed got. Intensified his message to those nations through his prophets in a similar way. The concentration of developed references increases as we move further into the Old Testament, text Abraham's, covenant, I mentioned in Genesis twelve becomes a central part of God's redemptive. Plan proof of that can be seen in the many references to Abraham's faith. God's covenant promise with Abraham and Christ role as the fulfillment of the seed promise that can be found especially in the letters of Paul to the Roman and the Galatian churches, but once David lived and died the Old Testament genealogical, messianic references have narrowed to their for this point. Genesis three fifteen first gospel. The one concerning eve seat was brought in Genesis chapter twelve and following the seed line narrowed to Abraham and then two each of his descendants, it narrowed to Isaac and then through Jacob and then through Judah. The last major character in the seed line through Judah was David though, there were other great kings in Judah after David as a Coyote and Josefa, for example. They were not the ones who I received the throne promise, it was to David that God through Nathan said when your days are fulfilled and you rest with your father's I will set up your seat after you who will come from your body, and I will establish his kingdom he shall build a house for my name, and I will astonish the throne of his kingdom forever and three versus later and your house and your kingdom shall be established forever before you your throne shall be established forever that second Samuel chapter seven versus twelve thirteen and verse six teen that prophecy, though, initially fulfilled and Solomon's reign was cited by the angel. When he said this to Mary, the mother of Jesus. And the angel said to her do not be afraid Mary for you have found favor with God. And behold, you will conceive in your womb and bring forth, a son, and shall call his name Jesus, he will be great and will be called the son of the highest and the Lord God will give him the throne of his father, David, and he will reign over the house of Jacob forever. And of his kingdom there will be no aunt Luke chapter one versus thirty two thirty three though eaves and Abraham's seed promises. Never went away the seat promises made to an through David ramped up considerably. What Zachariah the father of John Mercer said in Luke chapter one verse sixty nine echoes many of those first testament prophecies Zachariah under the influence of the spirit said this and has raised up a horn of salvation for us in the house of his servant. David. That's the message of second. Samuel chapter seven twelve the first thrown promise to David seed. But it's also the message of the softest in psalm eighty nine versus three and four I have made a covenant with my chosen. I have sworn to my servant, David you're seed, I will establish forever in build up your throne to all generations. We find that thought again in psalm one thirty two verse eleven the Lord has sworn in truth to David he will not turn from it. I will sit upon your throne. The fruit of your body in our next broadcast. We will take up at this point and continue our study of God's word as we conclude if.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"You want us to call fire down from heaven and destroyed? A little bit of an overreaction, wouldn't you say we'll call this an overreaction to an everyday problems James's can do this sometime. We do know that James mind was a story about Elijah the took place almost exact same place. And I want to read this story because I want you to get a feel for why James would say such a thing. So second kings chapter one verse to I'll give you a little background. I kings sixteen tells us about this king is name was a hab and Ahab did more to anger God than all the other kings of Israel before him. He worshiped all he set up his kingdom in Samaria started to worship all their setup. Ashoura polls. They're built a ivory palace there that both he and then the other kings of the northern kingdom used after he left. He was a mess. He left the scene and his successor was his son. And we. We learn about in second kings one two. Death moa rebelled against Israel now as I had fallen through the lattice of his upper room in Samaria and injured himself. You know, what lattices it's the kind of flimsy stuff that's kinda crossed. Apparently, they had some of that and his upper room. He leaned against it. It gave way he fell maybe fell a whole story and landed awkwardly and was terribly injured critically injured. So he sent messengers he wants to figure out if he's going to die or not. So he sent messengers saying to them go and consult by all the.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"And so they were fleeing escaping. We'd call them refugees today, a political refugees for that matter. And so they were flooding south and coming into the city. So that king has a Kaya had actually there's a first time. There was a settlement outside of the city walls. And here's a picture of the city walls as they are today. Okay. So you can see that it's more like a square and remember that Jerusalem is a city on a mountain surrounded by mountains. I told you about that earlier. And so this is the kind of the shape that square on in the modern city, which they still call it the old city. This is old y'all. Okay. Everything in America's like, the oldest thing that's two hundred years old. Okay. We measure things in decades or generations here in the holy land. They measure things insent-. Sary's and millennium. All right. So the old city as it's called has that new wall. Here's actually the way that it wasn't Old Testament times see how it's more narrow and shaped more from the north to the south. And this was during a King David's time it was in this shape. And you've heard of the city of David frontier was born this Dan, the city of David that's because that's where David's palace was before Solomon built the temple. And so it was called the city of David. But I was shocked when I came to Israel to find out that Bethlehem is really kind of suburb of Jerusalem. And so that's the shape of the old city now during the flooding south of many of the Jews from the northern kingdom has built this wall out to the west from the Temple Mount kind of as a forfeiture. And for a course centuries the bible, critics would say, where's the wall? We've never found the wall. Where's the wall? There's no wall. This is proved the bible has airs. Oops. After the Israelis retook the city of Jerusalem, what courage what valor? And after they retook the city in nineteen sixty seven it's called the six days war. They were doing excavations here around nineteen seventy and all of a sudden someone found this precise location. How incredible this is mentioned.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast
"Now, if you look at chapter three might just seem like a bunch of names like a genealogy, and of course, every single portion of God's word matters. Jesus said that having an earth would pass away. But not even a point of punctuation. In. God's word is unimportant. Let me read a chapter three verse one. It's kind of a model for the whole chapter all thirty two versus Nehemiah three one then Elias ship, the high priest rose up with his brothers the prese and they built the sheep gate. They consecrated it and said its doors. They consecrated it as far as the tower of the hundred as far as the tower of Hananel now that little verse there really is the same repeated throughout the entire chapter. What we see there is we see who the primary leader is named. And then we see the team referred to so leaders can't do it alone. It takes team to to make a difference for God. Notice. Also, not just who is doing it. But also named in each verse is what they're working on and other ten gates that are mentioned here. The sheep gate, the fish gate, the gate of your Shana, which is actually the old city. Then it mentions the van. Allie gate, the dung gate, the fountain gate, the Watergate, that's Watergate, finally something I know about that. Not that Watergate and then the horse gate and the Eastgate. And finally, the muster gate and the chapter and in verse thirty two all the way around the wall the city with the sheep gate. There's a walled city and are gates all the way around the wall that go into the city, and we don't wanna over spiritualize this. You can look up online. I'll kinds of teaching about the sheep gate had to be I because Jesus the lamb who is slain before the foundation of the world, and certainly that's the gate where the sacrifices were brought in. And I'm not minimizing that in any way, the Bible's not a puzzle. It's not confusing. It's plain an apparent member. We always talk about the persp- acuity of scripture that the message of the bible is clear and plain. It's not a puzzle that takes genius to figure it out. God's word is for all of us. And so while I think people say, well, the sheep gate, then comes to fish, that's vandalism. I really don't think that that's what these things are trying to teach. Let me try to bring from the chapter here five things that can help us again, the title the messages determined to do my part notice this. I sometimes you have to go back to go forward. Nobody likes to hear that. But sometimes you have to go backward to go forward, which raises this objective. Why am I standing here where I'm standing? You might be wondering where this is this is the broad wall. Or a portion of some would say a hesitate wall. I'm actually standing right at the base of it or standing on a portion of it. And this was built by has. In seven twenty one BC, and what had happened was the northern kingdom. We're down in Jerusalem, but the northern kingdom had gone into exile. And some of the people didn't want to be taken away, obviously..
"northern kingdom" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Closest from the very beginning that border gentile nations and so they always had that constant influence of the world and it was always affecting their people we're gonna go back eight hundred years prior to this guy we're now in the time of hosea when isaiah gives his prophecy there remember jose and is as were contemporaries when when i say is pending in isaiah chapter nine making the prophecy about this region that great light is going to spring up that those who sat in the shadow of death light is going to be revealed it's at the same time of jose has ministry so you have an understanding of how dark this time is in israel i mean it keenum is divided there's great sin the paganism the worldliness is influencing the nation to a great deal and if you remember as ever studying the book of hosea the world power that's getting ready to overtake the northern kingdom of israel is that of a syria well a few years before they got to samaria the first place they took was this area crisis going to zevulon and you can see that i believe in second kings chapter eight or nine they get that i this was an area of darkness let's go back to the book of isaiah now let's go to chapter nine we're going to start actually it's the context here i'm gonna start back in shafter eight leading up to the prophecy that's given in chapter nine which is now being fulfilled there in matthew chapter four this is dealing with the trouble the land that is taking place with israel and there stands and they're turning from god and a syria is getting ready to pounce down so let's start in verse twenty two and then come into chapter nine and they show look onto the earth and behold trouble and darkness and then this of anguish and they shall be driven to darkness judgment is going to come because of how much they have turned their back of god the darkness is going to set in keenum of syria is going to come and take them captive and darkness is going to settle.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on WTMA
"Joker fee really determined the history of this country and in this case we're talking about the biblical periods the ninth century the time of the israel northern kingdom where the main conflict was with the iranian king system of domestic of damascus and also with syria i didn't but we're talking about the period just before the assyrians arrived on the scene and actually destroyed both our men kingdom and the is is kingdom but just before that the main conflict was between israel and damascus so we here have a site that's not a song and it's not a private house it's much more an administrative building built a square building around a large courtyard and its location does suggest that it's pup was to controllable now we still haven't come to an understanding whether it's the building was actually built by by israel by roldan came to movie so all by the hour mian kingdom i'm almost and it was built by the israel kings the dynasty of only and a cab and it bands changed hands but we still have to do some more excavation and a lot of research to finally understand the purpose of the building be the front lines dr yar denna alexandra israel antiquities authority archaeologist a border crossing malcolm a border crossing there were always borders there were always border crossings and there are secrets.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on GSMC Bible Study Podcast
"Those who profess belief in god ultimately the psalm suggests there are no boundaries to kindred the psalmist proclaims the hopefulness of the harmonious living of the northern kingdom which was judah and the southern kingdom of israel to lands turned into one people water has no bias and hosts anointing guests with oil before a meal extends hospitality beyond borders both liquids flowing in this psalm water and oil spread beyond their points of origin living together in full harmony is good and pleasant because it is no longer scarce it is limitless it spreads beyond its point of origin i began with listing she says a few prominent limits of harmony in the news today that inevitably are challenged by this psalm i imagine the we could think of many many others right there so many examples of us and them in the world of groups of people that seem so far divided that they can never live together in unity they can never come together as kindred she mentioned at the beginning the palestinians and the israelis and that conflict goes back so many years and has grown so huge and complicated through the not decades it is centuries it is millennia is so far back this this conflict is happening that to even pick it apart understand it seems like an almost impossible task and yet living together in unity this psalm is saying it is possible so she she continues to say not to be missed in the psalm are both the logistical elements and the movement the oil itself signifies the liturgical act of anointing and then she says the movement outward the abundant and extravagant movement outward is also not to be missed so good and pleasant things do not simply flow within neat boundaries she says unity is on the move so you get this just extravagant moving unity it's not contained it's not just a little dab of oil this is extravagance this is breaking of boundaries this is.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on WLOB
"Kingdom of judah and he ruled from seven twenty seven b c to six ninety eight bc and that is when the northern kingdom of israel fell to the syrians not that i'm reading any of this i know all of this in my head which of course is not true so this is the same team in the basic excavations that they're doing our finding this kind of stuff wouldn't that be fun to do that for living maybe you could go there and like volunteer for for like a vacation to to do that so look i love this kind of stuff and i know you guys do too so i wanted to make sure you new oh at an american teenager is being sentenced to six months in jail for smuggling a tiger cub into the united states yeah there you go he's been sentenced to six months in prison for smuggling in this bengal tiger from mexico the defense attorney for the eighteen year old luis valencia told the court tuesday in san diego before sentencing that his client had a lapse in judgment boop boop boop don't we all his client had a lapse in judgment and wanted the endangered tiger as a pet i'm sorry you're honor i my robbing the bank was a lapse of judgement because i wanted the money as mine is a living creature for crying out loud prosecutors argue though that valencia cell phone data showed he was running an animal smuggling business and boasted about getting thousands of.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"In antiquity people regarded the rain as a sign or a symbol of the present some blessing of god because blessing was associated with life in life with blessing and without rain there can be no life and so where there is no blessing there is no life where there is no rain there is no food where there is no presence of god where there is no worship there can be no life no strings no whole house however this is a different kind of famine that was not created by a drought this famine started with a siege a been a dad was an excellent military strategist and so when he surrounded the the northern kingdom of israel which was known as some area what what he did of common military tactic was that he cut them off from their supply and when he cut their lying to their food supply it wasn't that he eliminated the food it was that he prevented them from accessing yet and so since the double cannot prevent god from blessing you his only alternative is to put you in a state of spiritual siege so that you cannot access the blessing that god has freely given you sometimes we are starving not because of something that god did not supply but because of something he supplied that we cannot cease when the enemy puts you in a state of i'm belief it blocks you from your own blessing and king john horam had the wrong people around him at this time we saw it in the text the officer verse two on who's armed the king was leaning side note for all the students be careful who you lean on.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Was big man with the shriveled heart who is impatient he was imprudent he was impulsive and he was on and after a while god said can't do this any more soul and so he rejected saw and david was the king nation flourished under david king david became the standard for all the things that david as we saw was far from perfect he had some major flaws but he was a man who always repented he always went back to got when he was away from guy wasn't for long and he would come back a tender heart man after gaza own heart after david was solomon and solomon david son was one of the why is this man whoever let wonder wealthiest men whoever live the promise home was he couldn't control his own heart and is on unbridled passions led to his downfall 700 rose three hundred concubines and serb justice when he was old his former wife's terms his heart from guy and so you had this nation of israel and now after solomon there's civil war in its splits so the rest of the old testament you had the northern kingdom which is israel and you have juda southern king the northern kingdom israel in southern twenty two b c the assyrians came in and wiped them out god gave judah a little longer there were no good kings all in the northern kingdom there are a few that we've been looking at in the southern king has a collier we looked at last time and after has a collier his son manasa took the throne manasa rain longer than any other king 55 years he was a longest reigning king and the most wicked came in israel second king chapter twenty one the lord said through his servants the prophets manasa king of judah has committed these detestable sins he has done more evil than the animal rights who preceded him and he has led jude into send with his idol's therefore four this is what the lord the god of israel says i'm gonna bring such disaster on jerusalem and juda that the ears of everyone who hears it will tingle later god allowed the king of.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Jealousy you know we think of all wiggs like not a good thing in so nino jealousy is a complex emotion that encompasses feelings ranging from fear of a banded meant to rage and humiliation jealousy strikes volk men and women and is most typically aroused when a person sees a threat to a value relationship from a third party so god is ellis when he perceives a threat when we are worst is being another idol false idols false teachers a man okay and that's threatening to our value relationship with him a man a man okay so this explains uh god jealousy towards us that explains that all right because guy his love protects us it saves it's it's the way to life you know that's backs the relationship amen amen okay good even when we are fake list he remains faithful because he cannot deny himself we can find that over in second timothy two and thirteen his conventionally committed to his people he loves us at his it's like never stopping never giving up on breaking always and forever love a man the nation of judah on the southern kingdom is a prime example of god's love and faithfulness after the assyrians wiped out the northern kingdom of israel in seven twenty two b c only judo remained now with they learn from the devastation of israel to forsake their idols do justice in the land can trust bullying yang wei unfortunately they did however god remains faithful to him so we see that we see that in how he warned them judge them and been promised to make a new covenant with them okay that's you can find that in the insiko sixteen.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons
"And the historical conflicts between samaritans and jews the happened because longterm goal after derain rain of david's after doreen of solomon the kingdom of israel there were divided in two kingdoms the kingdom of israel in the kingdom of the the northern kick the northern kingdom in this southern kingdom in with dancing the northern kingdom came lick at time that's the kingdom of syria the assyrians they came in the sec to northern kingdom and they deported all of them bectu a syria all the jews over there the majority of them they just were deported chua syria but there were some remaining jews in similar year in this remaining jews they got married with all their people from all their nations foreigners did they came to live there in because they got marriage with them according to the cell the kingdom according to the other jews they saw them as they were impure why because they were going against got slog belts instruction does it we're not supposed show actually mix with another nation they were supposed to be pure and because of that there was a huge animosity between the two of them ritu samaritans and jews that ever ever like always this jews they would see the samaritans as all they're not any more the people of god they're not any more than they should have god vera mixed race that actually they don't have any more the covenant of god in their lives because of these huge prejudice came between the each of them.
"northern kingdom" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast
"And they kind of by pass to judaean cities the judean cities were traditional conservative hormone genus maybe even xenophobic they didn't want the pollution of other people in their traditions the israelite people the people of israel the northern kingdom were far more a part of the mess obtain mian world culture and that's going to get them into trouble um they're going to join a war against the syria and uh with the egyptians and the babylonians and the assyrians are going to smash them smash everybody smashmouth maloney's smashing jefferson's and income looking for vengeance and it's one thing if you're babylon ends another thing of your egypt if you're a little dinky second rate power and you revolt against the per the syrians that's bad and around seven twenty b c d a syrian army roles into israel and obliterated absolutely obliterates it destroys it picks up the people and scatters them and they disappear that is the 10 lost tribes of israel that's is all um engineer brews claimed the descent from one of the twelve sons of uh jacob of israel and what the syrians it was wipe out ten of them this is a huge trauma this is depopulation this is genocide what the syrians did um they do the hebrews aren't the only people the israelites were not the only people he did this to the did it as several the people the romans will attempt to do the same thing when they sacked jerusalem in seventy ad.