"When Israel split into two, they embarked on different paths and under different leaders. The ten tribes in the North kept the name Israel and rejected the House of David as their kings. The two tribes to the South became known as Judah, and the descendants of David were always their kings. Judah had the capital city of Jerusalem where the Temple was, so they inherited many of the Levitical priests, intending to remain loyal to the worship of God. In Northern Israel however, the worship of God was replaced with two official high places and idols in the name of God. Despite multiple warnings from God's prophets, the people and kings of Israel remained rebellious. By 722 BC, God brought the Assyrians to devastate their political structure, and Israel was no more. The prophet Isaiah brought the message of impending destruction to Israel, even seeing it fulfilled during his lifetime. His description of Israel’s apostasy was very clear: its destruction would have been extremely concerning to the smaller Southern Judah.
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