There were many but the first king of Israel was Saul who disobeyed God and then David became king and his descendents after him. Read 1 Samuel - 2 Chronicles to find out more specific names of kings of Israel and Judah (the nation that split from Israel)
In the Hebrew Bible:
1) The kings of the united Israelite kingdom were Saul, David, and Solomon.
2) The kingdom of Judah (Southern Kingdom):
Rehav'am (Rehoboam), Aviyah (Abijah), Asa, Yehoshaphat (Jehoshaphat), Yehoram (Jehoram), Ahaziah, queen Athaliah, Yehoash (Jehoash), Amatziah (Amaziah), Uzziah, Yotam (Jotham), Ahaz, Hizkiah (Hezekiah), Menasheh (Manasseh), Amon, Yoshiah (Josiah), Yehoahaz (Jehoahaz), Yehoyakim (Jehoiakim), Yehoyachin (Jehoiachin, a.k.a. Jeconiah), Tzidkiah (Zedekiah).
3) The kingdom of Israel (Ten Tribes; Northern Kingdom; Samaria):
Yerav'am (Jeroboam), Nadav (Nadab), Baasha, Elah, Zimri, Omri, Ah'av (Ahab), Ahaziah, Yoram (Joram), Yehu (Jehu), Yehoahaz (Jehoahaz), Yehoash (Jehoash), Yerav'am (Jeroboam II), Zachariah, Shallum, Menachem, Pekahiah, Pekah, Hoshea.
How many of the kings were righteous? David (1 Kings 15:5), Solomon (see 1 Kings 3:3), Asa (1 Kings 15:11), Yehoshaphat (1 Kings 22:43), Yehu (2 Kings 10:30), Yehoash (2 Kings 12:3), Amatziah (2 Kings 14:3), Azariah (2 Kings 15:3), Yotam (2 Kings 15:34), Hizkiah (2 Kings 18:3), and Josiah (2 Kings 22:2).
With one exception, the righteous kings were all those of Judah, not the Ten Tribes.
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I Kings and II Kings are two books in the Old Testament of the Bible. Chapters are the smaller divisions that each Book of the Bible is divided into.
In the current arrangement of the various books in the Bible, first Kings is what 1 Kings refers to as there is a second Kings or 2 Kings.
There are kings and Rulers in the bible because the Bible was written at a time where the majority of the known world was run by rulers and Kings. The stories and events that are depicted in the Bible are based and are true events.
cause they are kings?
The main kings in the bible are King Saul, King David and King Solomon.
none of them
No they're represented as kings of a country.
The kings started by Pharaoh. in the bible. But if you ask for a king of the Jews then Saul in Samuel book is their first king.
I think you may be asking about Kings I and Kings II.
The order is 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings
book of kings
Saul, david, solomon
1 Kings is in the Old Testament of the Bible. It is after 1&2 Chronicles and before 1&2 Samuel
Part of the bible is: Historical
how many times king paul name mentioned in bible
The book Kings 2 is the ninth book in the bible.
No haha lol. The bible has multiple kings but goth is certainly not one of them.
who was the man in the moon and why.
I Kings 7:23