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Roles backslidden Soon after Rehoboam had control of his kingdom, he and everyone in Judah stopped obeying the Lord.

 So in the fifth year of Rehoboam’s rule, the Lord punished them for their unfaithfulness and allowed King Shishak of Egypt to invade Judah.  

Shishak attacked with his army of one thousand two hundred chariots and sixty thousand cavalry troops, as well as Egyptian soldiers from Libya, Sukkoth, and Ethiopia. Roles backslidden.

 He captured every one of the fortified cities in Judah and then marched to Jerusalem. Rehoboam and the leaders of Judah had gone to Jerusalem to escape Shishak’s invasion. 

And while they were there, Shemaiah the prophet told them, "The Lord says that because you have disobeyed him, he has now abandoned you. 

The Lord will not help you against Shishak! "Rehoboam and the leaders were sorry for what they had done and admitted, "The Lord is right. We have deserted him." 2 Chronicles 12:1-6

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