Character Study on Tabeal

Character Study on Tabeal

Isaiah 7: Let us go up against Judah, and vex it, and let us make a breach therein for us, and set a king in the midst of it, even the son of Tabeal:

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Tabeal
Goodness of God, the father of one whom the kings of Syria and Samaria in vain attempted to place on the throne of Ahaz (Isaiah 7:6 ).
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Tabeal
Hebrew. A Syrian-like name. The scheme of Rezin of Syria and Pekah of Israel was to set up Tabeal's son as a vassal king instead of Ahaz, in Judah. A party in Jerusalem (Isaiah 7:5-6; Isaiah 8:6; Isaiah 8:9; Isaiah 8:12) favored the project.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Tabeal
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Tabeal
Father of one whom the kings of Syria and Israel proposed to make king of Judah. Isaiah 7:6 .

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Tabe'al - The son of Tabeal was apparently an Ephraimite in the army of Pekah the son of Remaliah, or a Syrian in the army of Rezin, when they went up to besiege Jerusalem in the reign of Ahaz
Rezin - His aim had been to put a creature of his own on the throne of Judah, "the son of Tabeal
Pekah - ... But his plot with Rezin to set aside the line of David, and raise "the son of Tabeal" (probably a Syrian favored by a party in Jerusalem: Isaiah 8:6; Isaiah 8:9; Isaiah 8:12) to the throne of Judah, was ultimately frustrated according to God's purpose and word (Isaiah 7:1-16), for "Immanuel" must succeed as Son and Heir of David, which Pekah's plot was incompatible with
Immanuel, Emmanuel - Ahaz king of Judah, being attacked by Rezin king of Syria, and Pekah king of Israel — and there being also a disposition to form a confederacy to set up the son of Tabeal, and so reject the son of David, which Ahaz was — Isaiah was sent to tell him to be quiet and fear not
Damascus - Rezin of Damascus, a century later, in a respite from the Assyrian invasions, allied himself to Pekah of Israel against Judah, with a view to depose Ahaz and set up one designated "the son of Tabeal
Ahaz - Rezin, king of Damascus, and Pekah of Israel leagued against Judah, to put on the throne the son of Tabeal, probably a Syrian (Isaiah 7:6)