Nadab: Son and Successor of Jeroboam
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Introduction to Oration ii.
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1 Kings 14:20
And the days which Jeroboam reigned were two and twenty years: and he slept with his fathers, and Nadab his son reigned in his stead.
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Nadab: A Benjamite

Nadab: Great-Grandson of Jerahmeel

Nadab: Son and Successor of Jeroboam

Nadab: Son and Successor of Jeroboam: His Wicked Reign; Murdered by Baasha

Nadab: Son of Aaron

Nadab: Son of Aaron is Buried

Nadab: Son of Aaron: Called to Mount Sinai With Moses and Aaron to Worship

Nadab: Son of Aaron: His Father and Brothers Forbidden to Mourn

Nadab: Son of Aaron: Offers "Strange" (Unauthorized) Fire to God, and is Destroyed

Nadab: Son of Aaron: Set Apart to Priesthood

Regicide of Nadab

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