2 Kings 151 Azariah's good reign.5 He dying a leper, Jotham succeeds.8 Zachariah the last of Jehu's generation, reigning ill, is slain by Shallum.13 Shallum, reigning a month, is slain by Menahem.16 Menahem strengthens himself by Pul.21 Pekahiah succeeds him.23 Pekahiah is slain by Pekah.27 Pekah is oppressed by Tiglath-pileser, and slain by Hoshea.32 Jotham's good reign.36 Ahaz succeeds him. A.M. 3194. B.C. 810. In the.8; 14:16,17twenty and seventy."This is the twenty-seventh year of Jeroboam's partnership in the kingdom with his father, who made him consort at his going to the Syrian wars. It is the sixteenth year of Jeroboam's monarchy." Azariah.13,30-38; 14:21; 2Ch 26:1,3,4Uzziah. 2 12:2,3; 14:3,4; 2Ch 26:4 the high places.35; 14:4; 18:4; 1Ki 15:14; 22:43; 2Ch 17:6; 32:12; 34:3 A.M. 3239-3246. B.C. 765-758 the Lord.2Sa 3:29; 2Ch 26:16-20; Job 34:19so that.5:27; Nu 12:10and dwelt.7:3; Le 13:46; Nu 12:14; De 24:8Jotham.2Ch 26:21,23judging.2Sa 8:15; 15:2-4; 1Ki 3:9,28; Ps 72:1 Azariah.Dr. Kennicott complains loudly here of "the corruption in the name of this king of Judah, who is expressed by four different names in this chapter: Ozriah, Oziah, Ozrihu, and Ozihu. Our oldest Hebrew MS. relieves us here, by reading truly, in verses 1, 6, 7, Uzziah, where the printed text is differently corrupted. This reading is called true, 1. Because it is supported by the Syriac and Arabic versions in these three verses. 2. Because the printed text itself has it so in ver. 32 and 34 of this very chapter. 3. Because it is so expressed in the parallel place in Chronicles: and 4. Because it is not [Azarias,] Azarias, but [Ozias,] Ozias, (Uzziah) in St. Matthew's genealogy they not written.14:18; 2Ch 26:5-15 A.M. 3246. B.C. 758.2Ch 26:23; Isa 6:1Uzziah. A.M. 3231. B.C. 773. the thirty."There having been an interregnum for eleven years." 1; 14:16,17,21Zachariah.14:29 as his.10:29,31; 13:2,11; 14:24 A.M. 3232. B.C. 772. smote him."As prophesied. Am 7:9." slew him.14,25,30; 9:24,31; 1Ki 15:28; 16:9,10; Ho 1:4,5 14:28 A.M. 3120. B.C. 884. the word.10:30Thy son.13:1,10,13; 14:29And so.9:25,26,36,37; 10:10; Nu 23:19; Zec 1:6; Mr 13:31; Joh 10:35Joh 19:24,36,37; Ac 1:16 A.M. 3232. B.C. 772. Uzziah.1Azariah.Mt 1:8,9Ozias. a full month. Heb. a month of days.1Ki 16:15; Job 20:15; Ps 55:23; Pr 28:2,17 Tirzah.1Ki 14:17; 15:21,33; 16:8,9,15,17and smote.10 11; 1Ki 14:19,29; 22:39 Tiphzah.1Ki 4:24all the women.8:12; Am 1:13 A.M. 3232-3243. B.C. 772-761. nine.13 9 A.M. 3233. B.C. 771. Pul.Prideaux supposes that this Pul was the father of the famous Sardanapalus, who was called Sardan with his father's name Pul annexed, as was frequent in those times, making Sardanpul: thus Merodach, king of Babylon, was Merodach-Baladan, because he was the son Baladan. This Pul began to reign according to Usher, A.M. 3237, the fifth year of Menahem; and he is supposed to be the same that reigned in Nineveh, when Jonah preached in that city. 1Ch 5:25,26; Isa 9:1Menahem.12:18; 16:8; 17:3,4; 18:16; Ho 5:13; 8:9,10; 10:6to confirm.14:5; Jer 17:5 Menahem.23:35exacted. Heb. caused to come forth. the mighty.Ru 2:1; 2Sa 19:32; Job 1:3of each man, etc.Or, rather, as Bishop Patrick renders, "to give to the king of Assyria fifty shekels of silver for each man," i.e., in his army. It may be supposed, that Menahem compelled "the mighty men of wealth" to give much more a-piece than this sum, (somewhat about 5£. sterling each) and each of them in some proportion to his affluence. stayed not.29; 17:3,4; 18:14-17 A.M. 3232-3243. B.C. 772-761.15 22 A.M. 3243. B.C. 761. and reigned two years.21:19; 1Ki 15:25; 16:8; 22:51; Job 20:5 A.M. 3243-3245. B.C. 761-759.9,18 A.M. 3245. B.C. 759. Pekah.27; 2Ch 28:6a captain.9:5; 1Ki 16:9conspired.10; 9:14with Argob.From the contstruction of the Hebrew text, it would appear that Argob and Arieh were slain with the king, and that the fifty Gileadites were conspirators with Pekah. 15 A.M. 3245-3265. B.C. 759-739. the two.2,8,13,23Pekah.25,37; Isa 7:1,4,9 evil.9,18; 13:2,6; 21:2 Tiglath-pileser.Some suppose Tiglath-pileser to be the son of Sardanapalus: but the learned Prideaux makes him the same as Arbaces the Mede, called by Ælian, Thelgamus, and by Castor, Ninus Junior, who, with Belesis, headed the conspiracy against Sardanapalus, and fixed his royal seat at Nineveh, as Belesis, called in Scripture Baladan (Is 39:1), did his at Babylon. He reigned nineteen years, from A.M. 3257 to A.M. 3276. 16:7; 1Ch 5:6,26; 2Ch 28:20,21Tiglath-pilneser.Isa 9:1Ijon.1Ki 15:20; 2Ch 16:4Abel-beth-maachah.2Sa 20:14,15Janoah.Jos 16:6Janohah. Kedesh.Jos 19:37; 20:7Hazor.Jos 11:1,10,13; 12:19; Jud 4:2Gilead.Nu 32:1,40; De 3:15; Am 1:3,13Galilee.Jos 20:7; 1Ki 9:11; Isa 9:1,2; Mt 4:15,16carried them.17:6,23; Le 26:32,38,39; De 4:26,27; 28:25,64,65; Isa 1:7; 7:20 A.M. 3265. B.C. 739. made.10,25and smote.Ho 10:3,7,15reigned."After an anarchy for some years." in the twentieth."In the fourth year of Ahaz, in the twentieth year after Jotham had begun to reign."--Usher. 32,33; 16:1; 17:1; 2Ch 28:4-6,16; Isa 7:1-9; 8:6 31 A.M. 3246. B.C. 758. Jotham.7; 1Ch 3:12; 2Ch 27:1-9; Mt 1:9Jotham. Uzziah.1,7,13,17,23,27; 14:21; 1Ch 3:12Azariah. A.M. 3246-3262. B.C. 758-742. Jerusha.2Ch 27:1Jerushah. according.3,4; 2Ch 26:4,5; 27:2 Howbeit.4; 18:4; 2Ch 32:12the higher gate.2Ch 27:3-9 the rest.6,7; 2Ch 27:4-9 A.M. 3262. B.C. 742. In those days."At the end of Jotham's reign." This Jotham died at forty-one. He was too great a blessing to be continued long to such an unworthy people. His death was a judgment, especially considering the character of Ahaz, his son and successor: for we read, (16:3) Ahaz made his son pass through the fire. This son may have been Hezekiah, who served the Lord, and whose prayer in sickness was most graciously herd and answered. Isa 38:1-22began.10:32; 1Sa 3:12; Jer 25:29; Lu 21:28to send.De 28:48; Ps 78:49; Isa 10:5-7; Jer 16:16; 43:10Rezin.16:5; 2Ch 28:6; Isa 7:1,8; Ho 5:12,13Pekah.27 Jotham.2Sa 7:12; 1Ki 1:2; 14:20,31Ahaz.16:1; 1Ch 3:13; 2Ch 28:1; Mt 1:9Achaz.
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