King Saul was the first king of Israel and for a time was a good king, even prophesying (1st Sam 10:11-13) but God rejected him because of his disobedience to God. He never fully obeyed God and David was chosen to be the next king even though it would be roughly ten years before David would actually sit on the throne as King Saul sought after David’s life before he finally died.
King David is the favorite of all kings for the Jews and in his lineage of course is Jesus Christ (Matt 1:6-17). Even though he committed adultery and conspired to have Bathsheba’s husband murdered, he repented (Psalm 51) and became Israel’s greatest earthly king and one of the most prolific writers in the Bible with the Book of Psalms.
King Solomon was the third king of Israel and as the son of David and became the heir to the throne. He later married foreign wives who led his heart away from the Lord and into idolatry but he would later repent and wrote the greatest book of wisdom ever written; the Book of Proverbs as well as the wisdom literature of the Book of Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon.
The Kings of Israel
King Jeroboam II
This was the last king of the Northern Kingdom of Israel as God sent them into captivity for continually falling into idolatry. The nation of Israel or the northern ten tribes of Israel would disappear from history but not forever.
The Kings of Judah
King Rehoboam was not the king of Israel but of Judah since only the tribes of Benjamin and Judah were included but the Levites were among those staying loyal to King Rehoboam and the nation of Judah.
Read more at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/christiancrier/2015/10/10/a-list-of-kings-from-the-bible/#H1IxOY2L23Ty8thv.99