2 Kings 161 Ahaz's wicked reign.5 Ahaz, assailed by Rezin and Pekah, hires Tiglath-pileser against them.10 Ahaz, sending a pattern of an altar from Damascus to Urijah, diverts the brazen altar to his own devotions.17 He spoils the temple.19 Hezekiah succeeds him. seventeenth.15:27-30,32,33Ahaz.15:38; 2Ch 28:1-4; Isa 1:1; 7:1; Ho 1:1; Mic 1:1 did not.14:3; 15:3,34; 18:3; 22:2; 1Ki 3:14; 9:4; 11:4-8; 15:3; 2Ch 17:32Ch 29:2; 34:2,3 he walked.8:18; 1Ki 12:28-30; 16:31-33; 21:25,26; 22:52,53; 2Ch 22:3; 28:2-4made his son.17:17; 23:10; Le 18:21; 20:2; De 12:31; 18:10; 2Ch 33:6; Ps 106:37Ps 106:38; Jer 32:35; Eze 16:21; 20:26,31according.21:2,11; De 12:31; 1Ki 14:24; 2Ch 33:2; Ps 106:35; Eze 16:47 on the hills.De 12:2; 1Ki 14:23; Isa 57:5-7; 65:4; 66:17; Jer 17:2; Eze 20:28,29 A.M. 3262. B.C. 742. Rezin.15:37; 2Ch 28:5-15; Isa 7:1,2-9but could not.1Ki 11:36; 15:4; Isa 7:4-6,14; 8:6,9,10; 9:6,7 recovered.14:22; De 2:8Elath. Heb. Eloth.1Ki 9:26; 2Ch 26:2 Tiglath-pileser. Heb. Tilgath-pileser.15:29; 1Ch 5:26; 2Ch 28:20Tilgath-pilneser. I am thy servant.1Ki 20:4,32,33and save.Ps 146:3-5; Jer 17:5; La 4:17; Ho 14:3 the silver.17,18; 12:17,18; 18:15,16; 2Ch 16:2; 28:20,21to the king.Ps 7:15,16; Isa 7:17; 8:7,8 A.M. 3264. B.C. 740. went up.2Ch 28:5Foretold.Am 1:3-5Damascus. Heb. Dammesek. Kir.Josephus informs us that this place was in Upper Media; and it is clear that it must be understood of some city or country in the dominions of the king of Assyria. It is highly probable that it was the country on the banks of the river [Kuros,] Cyrus, or Kyrus, now called Kur, or Kura; and we find cities called Cyropolis, Cyrena, and Carine, mentioned by writers as lying in these parts, and a part of Media, called Syromedia, as it is thought, from the Syrians who were carried captive thither. Isa 22:6; Am 9:7slew Rezin.Isa 7:16; 9:11 saw an altar.De 12:30; 2Ch 28:23-25; Jer 10:2; Eze 23:16,17; Ro 12:2; 1Pe 1:18the pattern.Ex 24:4; 39:43; 1Ch 28:11,12,19; Ps 106:39; Eze 43:8,11; Mt 15:6,9 built an altar.1Ki 21:11-13; 2Ch 26:17,18; Jer 23:11; Eze 22:26; Da 3:7; Ho 4:6Ho 5:11; Mal 2:7-9; Ga 1:10Urijah.Isa 8:2 approached.1Ki 13:1; 2Ch 26:16-19; 28:23,25offered thereon.Nu 18:4-7 he burnt.Le 1:1-3:16of his peace-offerings. Heb. of the peace-offerings whichwere his. the brasen.Ex 40:6,29; 2Ch 1:5; 4:1; Mt 23:35the altar.10-12 the morning.3:20; Ex 29:39-41; Nu 28:2-10; Da 9:21,27; 11:31; 12:11the king's burnt.Le 4:13-26; 2Sa 6:17,18; 1Ki 3:4; 8:64; 2Ch 7:4,5; 29:21-24,32,35Eze 46:4-7,12-14for me to enquire by.18:4; Ge 44:5; 2Ch 33:6; Isa 2:6; Ho 4:12 11; Ac 4:19; 5:29; 1Th 2:4; Jude 1:11 A.M. 3265. B.C. 739. cut off.2Ch 28:24; 29:19borders.1Ki 7:23,27-39; 2Ch 4:14sea.25:13-16; 1Ki 7:23-26; 2Ch 4:15; Jer 52:20 the covert.There are a great number of conjectures concerning this covert; but it is probable that it was either, as Locke supposes, a sort of shelter or canopy erected for the people on the sabbath when the crowd was too great for the porch to contain them; or, as Dr. Geddes supposes, a seat, covered with a canopy, placed on an elevation, for the king and his court, when they attended public worship. 11:5; 1Ki 10:5; Eze 46:2 A.M. 3262-3278. B.C. 742-726.15:6,7,36,38; 20:20,21; 1Ki 14:29 A.M. 3278. B.C. 726. buried.21:18,26; 2Ch 28:27Hezekiah.18:1; 1Ch 3:13; 2Ch 29:1; Isa 1:1; Ho 1:1; Mic 1:1; Mt 1:9Ezekias.
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