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Third Quarter. 1. Saul Rejected. 1 Sam. xv. 10-23. 1. David'sCharge to Solomon. 1 Chron Golden Text, Heb. xii. 17.
xxviii. 1-10. G.T., 1Chr. xxviii.9. 2. David Anointed King. 1 Sam. xvi. 2. Solomon's Choice. 2 Chron. 1. 1-17. 1-13. Golden Text, 1 Sam. xvi. 13.
Golden Text, James i. 5. 8. David and Goliath. 1 Sam. xvii. 3. Solomon's Temple. 2 Chron. ill. 1
38-51. Golden Text, Phil. iv. 13. 17. Golden Text, 1 Kings viii. 27. 4. David in the Palace. 1 Sam. xviii. 4. The Temple Dedicated. 1 Kings viii, 1-16. Golden Text, Prov. xvi. 7.
5-21. Golden Text, Rom. xii, 1. .. David and Jonathan. 1 Sam. xx. 6. Solomon's Prayer. 1 Kings vil.. 2235-42. Golden T., Prov. xviii. 24.
30. Golden Text, Ps. cxxxii. 8. 6. David Sparing Saul 1 Sam. xxiv, 6. Solomon's Prosperity. 1 Kings 1. l
1-16. Golden Text, Rom. xii. 17. 10. Golden Text, Matt xii. 42. 7. Saul and His Sons Slain. 1 Sam. 7. The Call of Wisdom. Prov. 1. 20-33.
xxxi. 1-6. Gol, T., Prov. xiv. 52. Golden Text, Rev. ill. 20. 8. David Established King. 2 Sam. v. 8. The Value of Wisdom. Prov. ill. l
17-25. Golden T, 2 Chron. xx.20. 19. Golden Text, Job xxviii. 16. 9. The Ark Brought to Zion. 2 Sam.vi. 9. Honest Industry. Prov. VI. 6-22.
1-15. Golden Text, Ps. cxxxii. 13. Golden Text, Rom. xil. 11. 10. God'. Covenant with David. 2 Sam. 10. Intemperance. Prov. xxiit. 29-35. vii. 18-29. Gol, T., Acts xiii. 23.
Golden Text, Eph. v. 18. 11. Absalom's Rebellion. 2 Sam. xv. :- 11. The Excellent Woman. Prov. xxxi.
14. Golden Text, Prov. xxx. 17. 10-31. Golden Text, Actu ix. 86. 13. Absalom's Death. 2 Sam. xviii. 24 12. A Godly Life. Eccles. xii, 1-14. 33. Golden Text, Prov xi. 19.
Golden Text, 1 Timothy iv. 8. 13. Reviet; or, A Lesson Selected by 13. Review ; or, A Lesson Selected by
the School. G.T., Ps. xxxvii. 34. the School. Gol. T., Prov. iv, 23. Second Quarter.
Fourth Quarter. 1. The Ascending Lord. Acts 11-12. 1. Stephen's Defence. Acts vii. 1-19. Golden Text, Luke xxiv. 51.
Golden Text, Rom. ix. 6. 2. The Day of Pentecost. Acts ii. 1-11. 2. Stephen's Defence. Acts vii. 35-50, Golden Text, Matt. iii. 11.
Golden Text, Heb. x. 9. 8. Peter's Defenco. Acts il. 12-28. 8. Stephen's Martyrdom. Acts vil. 51 Golden Text, 1 Peter i. 10.
60. Golden Text, Pbil. i. 20. 4. The Early Christian Church. Acts
4. Simon the Sorcerer. Acts vill. 9-25. ii. 37-47. Golden T., Rom. x, 13.
Golden Text, Acts viii, 21. 6. The Lane Man Healed. Acts ili, 1
8. Philip and the Ethiopian. Acta
viii. 26-40. Gol. T., Mark xvi. 16. 11. Golden Text, Acta iii. 16.
6. Saul's Conversion. Acta ix. 1-18. 6. The Power of Jesus' Name. Acts ill. 12-26. Golden Text, Acts iv. 12.
Golden Text, Ezek. xxxvi. 26.
7. Saul's Early Ministry. Acts ix. 197. Christian Courage. Acts iv. 8-22.
30. Golden Text, Gal. I. 23. Golden Text, Prov. xxviii. 1.
8. Dorcas Restored to Life. Acte li 8. Christian Fellowship. Acts iv. 23–
31-43. Golden Text, Ps oxii. 6. 37. Golden Text, Rom. xii. 5.
9. Peter's Vision, Acts a. 1-20 Gold. 9. Lying unto God. Acte v. 1-11.
en Text, Acts x. 34. Golden Text, Acts v. 4.
10. The Gentiles Received. Acts 2,8410. The Apostles in prison. Acta v. 12- 48. Golden Text, Isa. Ix. 8. 26. Golden Text, 1 Peter iv. 16.
11. Spread of the Gospel. Acts al, 1911. The Apostles before the Council. 30. Golden Text, Mark xvi, 20.
Acts v. 27-42. G.T. Rom. viii. 31. 12. Peter's Release. Aots xii. 1-17. 13. The Seron Chosen, Acts vi. 1-16. Golden Text, P8. xxxiv. 7.
Golden Text, 1 Tim. lii. 13. 13. Review ; or, A Lesson Selected by 18. Review ; or, Lesson Selected by
the School. Golden T., Isa. Ix. 32 tho School. Golden T, Isa. lx. i. 14. Annual Review, or Selection.
First Quarter. 1. The Kingdom Divided. 1 Kings
xii. 12-20. G. T., 1 Kings xii. 8. 2. The Sin of Jeroboam. 1 Kings xii.
25-33. G. T., 1 Kings. xiv. 16. 3. Omri and Ahab. 1 Kings xvi. 23–
34. Golden Text, 2 Tim. iji. 13. 4. Elijah the Tishbite. 1 Kings xvii.
1-16. Golden Text, Job v. 20. 3. Elijah and Ahab. 1 Kings xviii.
5-18. Golden T., Josh. vii. 25. 6. Elijah and the Prophets of Baal.
1 Kings xviii. 19-29. G. T., 1
Kings xviii. 21. 7. Elijah and his Sacrifice. 1 Kings
xviii. 36-46. Golden Text, 1 Kings
xviii. 24. 8. Elijah at Horeb. 1 Kings xix. 8-18.
Golden Text, Job xxiii. 6. 9. The Story of Naboth. J Kings
xxi. 14. Golden T., 1 Kings xxi. 20. 10. Elijah Translated. 2 Kings ii. l
12. Golden Text, Gen. v. 24. 11. The Spirit on Elisha. 2 Kinga il.
13-25. Golden T., 2 Kings ii. 15. 12. Review ; or, Lesson Selected by the
School. Golden T., Ps. Lxxv. 7.
Third Quarter. 1. Paul in Cyprus. Acts xiii. 1-13.
Golden Text, Acts xiii. 12. 2. Paul at Antioch. Acts xiii. 26-41.
Golden Text, Acts xiii. 32. 3. Turning to the Gentiles. Acts xiii.
42-52. Gold. Text, Matt. xii. 21. 4. Paul at Lystra. Acts xiv. 8-20.
Golden Text, Jer. x. 10. 5. The Yoke Broken. Acts xv. 22-31.
Golden Text, Gal. v. 1. 6. Paul sent to Macedonia. Acts xvi.
1-15. Golden Text, 2 Cor. ii. 12. 7. Paul and Silas in prison. Acts
xvi. 22-34. Gold. Text, Ps. xl. 3. 8. Thessalonians and Bereans. Acts
xvii. 1-14. G. T., Acts xvii. 11. 9. Paul at Athens. Acts xvii. 22-34.
Golden Text, 1 Tim. ii. 5. 10. Paul at Corinth. Acts xviii. 1-11.
Golden Text, Rom. xii. 11. 11. Paul at Ephesus. Acts xix. 1-12.
Golden Text, 1 Thess. 1.5. 12. Power of the Word. Acts xix. 17
28. Golden Text, Heb. iv. 12. 13. Paul at Miletus. Acts xx. 17-32
Golden Text, 2 Cor. iv. 5. 14. Review ; or, Lesson Selected by the
School. Golden T., Col. iii. 23.
Second Quarter. 1. The Oil Increased. 2 Kings iv. 1-7.
Golden Text, 2 Cor. ix. 8. 2. The Shunammite's Son. 2 Kings
iv. 25-37. Gold. T., Matt. xv. 28. 8. Naaman the Leper. 2 Kings v. l
14. Golden Text, Ps, li. 7. 4. Gehazi the Leper. 9 Kings v. 20
27. Golden Text, Prov. xv. 27. 5. Elisha at Dothan. 2 Kings vi. &
18. Golden Text, 2 Kings vi. 16. 6. The Famine in Samaria. 2 Kings
vii, 12-20. G.T., Luke xviii. 27. 7. Jehu the King. 2 Kings x. 20-31.
Golden Text, 2 Kings x. 31 8. Jonah at Nineveh. Jonah iii. 1-10.
Golden Text, Matt. xii. 41. 9. The Death of Elisha. 2 Kings xiii.
14-21. Golden Text, Heb. xi. 4. 10. The Lamentation of Amos. Amos
v. 1-15. G. T., 1 Chron. xxviii. 9. 11. The Promise of Revival. Hosea
xiv. 1-9. G.T., Hosea xiii. 9. 12. The Captivity of Israel. 2 Kings
xvii. 6-18. Golden Text, 2 Kings
xviii. 12. 13. Review Lesson (with Nahum i. l13). Golden Text, Nahum i. 3.
Fourth Quarter. 1. Paul at Cæsarea. Acts xxi. 8-15,
Golden Text, Acts xx. 24. 2. Paul at Jerusalem, Acts xxi. 27
39. Golden Text, John xv. 20. 3. Paul and the Bigoted Jews. Acta
xxii. 17-30. G.T., Matt. xxiii. 13. 4. Paul before the Council. Acts
xxiii. 1-11. G. T., Acts vi. 10. 5. Paul before Felix. Acts xxiv. 10
25. Golden Text, Acts xxiv. 25. 6. Paul before Agrippa. Acts xxvi.
8-20. Golden Text, Acts xxvi. 19. 7. Almost Persuaded. Acts xxvi. 21
29. Golden Text, Acts xxvi. 28. 8. Paul in the Storm. Acts xxvii, 14
26. Golden Text, Ps. Ivi. 3. 9. The Deliverance. Acts xxvii. 33
44. Golden Text, Ps. cvii. 30. 10. Paul at Melita. Acts xxviii. 1-10.
Golden Text, Rom. i. 14. 11. Paul at Rome. Acts xxviii. 16-31.
Golden Text, Rom. i. 15, 16. 12. Paul's Last Words. 2 Tim. iv. 1-8.
Golden Text, 2 Tim. iv. 7. 13. Review ; or, Lesson Selected hy the
School. Golden Text, Phil. lii. &
LESSON I. THE KINGDOM DIVIDED.–1 Kings xii, 12-20. [About 975 B, C.
RECITE V8. 16, 17. 12 So Jeroboam and all the people came to Rehoboam the third
day, as the king had appointed, saying, Come to me again the 13 third day. And the king answered the people roughly, and for14 sook the old men's counsel that they gave him ; | And spake to
them after the counsel of the young men, saying, My father made your yoke heavy, and I will add to your yoke: diy father also chastised you with whips, but I will chastise you with scor
pions. 15 Wherefore the king hearkened not unto the people ; for the
cause was from the LORD, that he might perform his saying,
which the LORD spake by Ahijah the Shilonite unto Jeroboam 16 the son of Nebat. So when all Israel saw that the
king hearkened not unto them, the people answered the king, saying, What portion have wo in David ? neither have we inheritance in the son of Jesse: to your tents, O Israel: now see to thine
own house, David. Só Israel departed unto their 17 tents. | But as for the children of Israel which
dwelt in the cities of Judah, Rehoboam reigned
over them. 18 Then king Rehoboam sent Adoram, who was over the tribute;
and all Israel stoned him with stones, that he died. Therefore
king Rehoboam made speed to get him up to his chariot, to flee 19 to Jerusalem. | So Israel rebelled against the house of David
unto this day. 20 And it came to pass, when all Israel heard that Jeroboam was
come again, that they sent and called him unto the congregation, and made him king over all Israel; there was none that followed the house of David, but the tribe of Judah only.
GOLDEN TEXT.But he forsook the counsel of the old men, which they had given him.-í Kings xii. 8.
CENTRAL TRUTH. Bad counsels bring division.
2 Kings xvii. 7-21. Sat. 1 Kings xii. 2-20. S. Ps. xxxiii. 10-22.
CONNECTED HISTORY.-Our last lesson in Old Testament history closed with the reign and writings of Solomon. (See Hand-hook, Part VI., pp. 24, 38.) After the visit of the queen of Sheba, Solomon fell into many great sins-marrying heathen wives, the worship of falso gods, building idolatrous temples. Because of these Bins many enemies troubled Solomon, and God told him that his kingdom would be divided. Solomon died in the fortieth year of his reign at Jerusalem, Rehoboam succeeded him as king.
ORDER OF EVENTS.—(46.) Solomon's idolatry and death. (47.) The kingdom divided.
TO THE SCHOLAR.-Recall the beginning of the kingdom under Saul, and some of the important events during the reign of Saul, of David, and of Sol. omon. Read 1 Kings xi., and notice the judgment which the Lord said be would bring upon Solomon, and its fulfilment.
NOTES.-Jer-o-bo'-am, son of Nebat of Zerada, and tribe of Ephraim (1 Kings xi. 26); made a collector of taxes by Solomon (xi. 28), and promised the rule of the ten tribes by Ahijah the prophet (xi. 29-39); fed to Egypt; returned; made king over the ten tribes on their rebellion against Rehoboam; notorious for Jead. ing the people into idolatry; reigned twenty-two years (975-954 B.C.).—Re-ho-bo-am, son and successor of Solomon; unwisely denied the petition of the people, which led to rebellion and a division of the kingdom; king over Judah and Benjamin only; plundered tho temple to purchase peace with Shishak king of Egypt; reigned seventeen years (975-958).-A-hi'-jah of Shiloh, a prophet; only two of his prophecies are recorded—that to Jeroboam (1 Kings xi. 31), and to Jeroboam's wife (xiv. 6). He wrote some account of Solomon's reigo. 2 Chron. ix. 29.-David. (See Hand-book, Part V.) -A-do-ram, a collector of taxes, probably the same as Adoniram (1 Kings iv. 6) and Hadoram (2 Sam. xx. 24) during the reign of David and Solomon. Some think there were three persons-Adoram under David, Adoniram under Solomon, and Adoram II. under Rehoboam; but this seems less probable, as forty-seven years covers all these events, The Greek, Syriac, and Arabic versions read “ Adoniram” in this text,
EXPLANATIONS AND QUESTIONS. Lesson Topics.-(I.) THE ROUGH ANSWER. (II.) THE REVOLT.
I. THE ROUGH ANSWER. (12.) all the people, of the ten tribes, or those oppressed; third day, see v. 5. (13.) roughly, harshly. (14.) my father, Solomon; yoké heavy, taxes large; chastise, to give pain, to punish; whips. scorpions, a common lash; and a threethopged whip having seaden balls or hooks at the end, (15.) Xhijah, see Note, and chap. xi. 11. I. Questions. Why did the people come to Rehoboam? Whose
son was he? What had they asked ? v. 4. Who came with the people? How did the king answer them? By whose advice? Whose counsel did he forsake? State his answer. Give the meaning of chastise. Of scorpions. Who had foretold
this event? v. 15. Who noticed and guided these events ? v. 15. II. THE REVOLT. (16.) hearkened not, refused their request; what portion, see 2 Sam. xx. 1; to your tents, look to your own affairs; Israel, ten tribes. (17.) Israel . . . of Judah, those of the ten tribes living