Summary of 17 Dust to Glory / The Divided Kingdom / RC Sproul / 09-14-2022

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In this video, RC Sproul discusses the history of the divided kingdom and how it relates to the Dust to Glory concept. He explains how the kingdom was divided after the death of Solomon and how the conflict between Jeroboam and Rehoboam caused the kingdom to regress to Dust. He also discusses how the kingdom was restored after the captivity of the people and how God promises to bring peace and prosperity to the people in the future.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, RC Sproul discusses the Dust to Glory concept, which he defines as the panoramic scope of Redemptive history from creation to the promises of the Apocalypse. He then looks at this period of time from Dust to Glory in miniature, focusing on the Kingdom of David. However, Jeroboam's Rebellion causes Solomon to regress to Dust and this happens at the end of his life.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, RC Sproul discusses how the 12 pieces of the divided kingdom explain the 12 tribes of Israel, the prophet telling Jeroboam to take for himself 10 pieces of the cloth, and how Judah will have one piece of the kingdom preserved for the descendants of David and Solomon. He also discusses Solomon's death and the response of his son, Rehoboam.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the division of the kingdom after the death of Solomon and the conflict between Jeroboam, the son of Nebat, and Rehoboam, the son of Solomon. Rehoboam consults with his elders, who tell him to serve the people and they will serve him in return. The young men Rehoboam grew up with advise him to speak to the people in a different way, telling him to lighten the yoke his father put on them. Rehoboam rejects their advice and instead consults with the young men who are rebelling against him. They tell him to seize the power and do not let anyone divide Israel.
  • 00:15:00 In this video, RC Sproul discusses the history of the divided kingdom, which is chronicled in the books of First and Second Chronicles and in the book of Kings. The kingdom is divided after the time of David's death, and there are 20 kings during the 200-year period. The average length of monarchy in the northern kingdom is 10 years, and during this time there are nine different dynasties competing for power. One of the most significant families during this period was the House of Omri, which made the capital of the kingdom to be the city of Samaria.
  • 00:20:00 In the 2nd century BC, the northern kingdom of Israel was conquered by the Assyrians, and the people were taken captive. After the kingdom of Judah was conquered by the Babylonians in 586 BC, the people of the north were also taken captive. In the coming future, God promises to restore the fallen kingdom of David and bring peace and prosperity to the people.

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