1 Kings 161 Jehu's prophecy against Baasha.5 Elah succeeds him.8 Zimri, conspiring against Elah, succeeds him.11 Zimri executes Jehu's prophecy.15 Omri, made king by the soldiers, forces Zimri desperately to burn himself.21 The kingdom being divided, Omri prevails against Tibni.23 Omri builds Samaria.25 His wicked reign.27 Ahab succeeds him.29 Ahab's most wicked reign.34 Joshua's curse upon Hiel the builder of Jericho. A.M. 3073. B.C. 931. Jehu.7; 2Ch 19:2; 20:34Hanani.15:33; 2Ch 16:7-10 I exalted thee.14:7; 1Sa 2:8,27,28; 15:17-19; 2Sa 12:7-11; Ps 113:7,8; Lu 1:52thou has walked.13:33,34; 15:34has made my people.14:16; 15:26; Ex 32:21; 1Sa 2:24; 26:19; Mt 5:19 will make thy house.11,12; 14:10; 15:29,30; 21:21-24; Isa 66:24; Jer 22:19 shall the dogs eat.14:11 A.M. 3051-3074. B.C. 953-930. the rest.14:19; 15:31; 2Ch 16:1-6 A.M. 3074. B.C. 930. Baasha.14:20; 15:25Tirzah.14:17; 15:21Elah.8,13,14 the hand.1,2and against his house.Ex 20:5in provoking.13with the work.Ps 115:4; Isa 2:8; 44:9-20because he killed him.This the Vulgate understands of Jehu the prophet; some think Baasha is intended; others Nadab the son of Jeroboam; and others Jeroboam, whom Baasha destroyed in his posterity by cruelly murdering them all. 14:14; 15:27-29; 2Ki 10:30,31; Isa 10:6,7; Ho 1:4; Ac 2:23; 4:27,28 A.M. 3075. B.C. 929. In the twenty.Baasha began to reign in the third year of Asa, and reigned 24 years; yet he died and was succeeded by Elah in the 26th year of Asa; and, in like manner, Elah, who began to reign in the 26th year of Asa, and was killed in the 27th, is said to have reigned two years. Thus it is evident that a part of a year is calculated as a whole year. In the Chinese annals, the whole year in which a king dies is ascribed to his reign, the years of the succeeding king being reckoned only from the beginning of the following year. 8 his servant.2Ki 9:31conspired.15:27; 2Ki 9:14; 12:20; 15:10,25,30drinking.20:16; 1Sa 25:36-38; 2Sa 13:28,29; Pr 23:29-35; Jer 51:57Da 5:1-4,30; Na 1:10; Hab 2:15,16; Mt 24:49-51; Lu 21:34steward of. Heb. which was over.Ge 15:2; 24:2,10; 39:4,9 Zimri.2Ki 9:31reigned.15 he slew.15:29; Jud 1:7he left him.14:10; 1Sa 25:22,34neither of his kinsfolks, nor of his friends. or, both hiskinsmen and his friends. according.1-4by Jehu the prophet. Heb. by the hand of Jehu the prophet.1,7; 14:18; 2Ki 14:25; 2Ch 10:15; Pr 26:6 in provoking.15:30vanities.De 32:21; 1Sa 12:21; 2Ki 17:15; Isa 41:29; Jer 10:3-5,8,15Jon 2:8; Ro 1:21-23; 1Co 8:4; 10:19,20 they not written.5 seven.8; 2Ki 9:31; Job 20:5; Ps 37:35And the people were encamped.15:27; Jos 19:44; 21:23 Omri.30; 2Ki 8:26; 2Ch 22:2; Mic 6:16 besieged Tirzah.Jud 9:45,50,56,57; 2Ki 6:24,25; 18:9-12; 25:1-4; Lu 19:43,44 and burnt the king's house.Jud 9:54; 1Sa 31:4,5; 2Sa 17:23; Job 2:9,10; Mt 27:5 in doing.7,13; 15:30; Ps 9:16; 58:9-11in his.12:28; 14:16; 15:26,34 the rest.5,14,27; 14:19; 15:31; 22:39 divided.8,29; 15:25,28; Pr 28:2; Isa 9:18-21; 19:2; Mt 12:251Co 1:12,13; Eph 4:3-5 22 A.M. 3079-3086. B.C. 925-918. the thirty.As it is stated in verses 10 and 15, that Zimri began to reign in the 27th year of Asa; and as he reigned only seven days, and Omri immediately succeeded him, this could not be the 31st, but in the 27th year of Asa. Jarchi, from Sedar Olam, reconciles this, by stating that Tibni and Omri began to reign jointly in the 27th year of Asa; and that Tibni dying about five years afterwards, Omri began to reign alone in the 31st year of Asa. 2Ch 22:2twelve years.8,29 the name of the city.13:32; 18:2; 20:1; 22:37; 2Ki 17:1,6,24; Joh 4:4,5; Ac 8:5-8Samaria. Heb. Shomeron.Samaria was situated on a agreeable and fertile hill in the tribe of Ephraim, twelve miles from Dothaim and four from Atharoth, according to Eusebius, and one day's journey from Jerusalem, according to Josephus. did worse.30,31,33; 14:9; Mic 6:16 he walked.2,7,19; 12:26-33; 13:33,34their vanities.13; Ps 31:6; Jer 8:19; 10:3,8; 14:22; 16:19; 18:15; Ac 14:15Ro 1:21-23 the rest.5,14,20; 15:31 So Omri slept.6 A.M. 3086-3107. B.C. 918-897. Samaria. See on ver.24 above.25,31,33; 14:9; 21:25; 2Ki 3:2 as if it had been a light thing. Heb. was it a light thing.Ge 30:15; Nu 16:9; Isa 7:13; Eze 8:17; 16:20,47; 34:18took to wife.Ge 6:2; De 7:3,4; Jos 23:12,13; Ne 13:23-29Jezebel.18:4,19; 19:1,2; 21:5-14,25; 2Ki 9:30-37; Re 2:20the Zidonians.11:1; Jud 10:12; 18:7and went.11:4-8served Baal.21:25,26; Jud 2:11; 3:7; 10:6; 2Ki 10:18; 17:16 the house of Baal.2Ki 10:21,26,27 made a grove.Ex 34:13; 2Ki 13:6; 17:16; 21:3; Jer 17:1,2did more to provoke.30; 21:19,25; 22:6,8 Jos 6:26; 23:14,15; Zec 1:5; Mt 24:35
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