2 Kings 221 Josiah's good reign.3 He takes care for the repair of the temple.8 Hilkiah having found a book of the law, Josiah sends to Huldah to enquire of the Lord.15 Huldah prophesies the destruction of Jerusalem, but respite thereof in Josiah's time. A.M. 3363-3394. B.C. 641-610. Josiah.This prince was one of the best, if not the best, of all the Jewish kings since the time of David. He began well, continued well, and ended well. 1Ki 13:2; 2Ch 34:1,2-33; Jer 1:2; Zep 1:1; Mt 1:10Josias.eight years old.11:21; 21:1; Ps 8:2; Ec 10:16; Isa 3:4Boscath.This was a city in the plain country of the tribe of Judah; and is mentioned in the parallel passage along with Lachish and Eglon. Jos 15:39Bozkath. right.16:2; 18:3; 2Ch 17:3; 29:2; Pr 20:11walked.1Ki 3:6; 11:38; 15:5turned.De 5:32; Jos 1:7; Pr 4:27; Eze 18:14-17 A.M. 3380. B.C. 642. in the.2Ch 34:3-8,9-33 Hilkiah.1Ch 6:13; 9:11; 2Ch 34:9-18that he may.Ten years seem to have elapsed since the people began to present the accustomed offerings; yet no one had taken an account of them, nor were they applied to the purpose for which they were given. sum the silver.12:4,8-11; 2Ch 24:8-12; Mr 12:41,42the keepers.1Ch 9:19; 26:13-19; 2Ch 8:14; Ne 11:19; Ps 84:10door. Heb. threshold. deliver.12:11-14to repair.12:5; 2Ch 24:7,12,13,27; Ezr 3:7 6 Howbeit.12:15; 2Ch 24:14they dealt faithfully.Ex 36:5,6; Ne 7:2; Pr 28:20; Lu 16:10-12; 1Co 4:2; 2Co 8:20,212Ti 2:2; 3Jo 1:5 I have found.This certainly was a genuine copy of the divine law, and probably the autograph of Moses, as it is said, in the parallel place of Chronicles, to be the book of the law of the Lord by Moses. It is not probable that this was the only copy of the law in the land, or that Josiah had never before seen the book of Moses; but the fact seems to be, that this was the original of the covenant renewed by Moses in the plains of Moab, and now being unexpectedly found, its antiquity, the occasion of its being made, the present circumstances of the people, the imperfect state in which the reformation was as yet, after all that had been done, would all concur to produce the effect here mentioned on the mind of the pious Josiah. De 31:24-26; 2Ch 34:14,15-28 Shaphan.3,12; 25:22; Jer 26:24; 29:3; 36:10-12; 39:14; 40:11; 41:2; Eze 8:11the scribe.18:18gathered. Heb. melted. Shaphan.De 31:9-13; 2Ch 34:18; Ne 8:1-7,14,15,18; 13:1; Jer 36:6,15,21the king.De 17:18-20; Jer 13:18; 22:1,2 that he rent.19; 2Ch 34:19; Jer 36:24; Joe 2:13; Jon 3:6,7 the king.19:2,3; 2Ch 34:19-21; Isa 37:1-4Ahikam.9; Jer 26:22,24Achbor.2Ch 34:20Abdon. Michaiah. or, Micah. enquire.3:11; 1Ki 22:7,8; 1Ch 10:13,14; Ps 25:14; Pr 3:6; Jer 21:1,2; 37:17Eze 14:3,4; 20:1-3; Am 3:7great.Ex 20:5; De 4:23-27; 29:23-28; 31:17,18; Ne 8:8,9; 9:3; Ps 76:7Da 9:5-7; Na 1:6; Ro 3:20; 4:15; 7:9; Re 6:17because our fathers.2Ch 29:6; 34:21; Ps 106:6; Jer 16:12; 44:17; La 5:7; Da 9:8,10Jas 1:22-25 prophetess.Ex 15:20; Jud 4:4; Mic 6:4; Lu 1:41-56; 2:36; Ac 21:9; 1Co 11:5Tikvah.2Ch 34:22Tikvath, Hasrah. wardrobe. Heb. garments.10:22; Ne 7:72college. or, second part. 1:6,16; Jer 23:28 Behold.20:17; 21:12,13; 2Ch 34:24,25all the words.25:1-4; Le 26:15-46; De 28:15-68; 29:18-23; 30:17,18; 31:16-18De 32:15-26; Jos 23:13,15; Da 9:11-14 have foresaken.Ex 32:34; De 29:24-28; 32:15-19; Jud 2:12-14; 3:7,8; 10:6,7,10-141Ki 9:6-9; Ne 9:26,27; Ps 106:35-42; Jer 2:11-13,27,28the works.Ps 115:4-8; Isa 2:8,9; 44:17-20; 46:5-8; Mic 5:13therefore.1Th 2:16shall not be.De 32:22; 2Ch 36:16; Isa 33:14; Jer 7:20; 17:27; Eze 20:47,48Zep 1:18 the king.2Ch 34:26-28thus shall ye.Isa 3:10; Mal 3:16,17 thine heart.1Sa 24:5; Ps 51:17; 119:120; Isa 46:12; 57:15; 66:2,5; Jer 36:24Jer 36:29-32; Eze 9:4; Ro 2:4,5; Jas 4:6-10humbled.Ex 10:3; Le 26:40,41; 1Ki 21:29; 2Ch 33:12,19,23; Mic 6:81Pe 5:5,6a desolation.Le 26:31,32; De 29:23; Jer 26:6; 44:22hast rent.17wept.Nu 25:6; Jud 2:4,5; 20:26; Ezr 9:3,4; 10:1; Ne 1:4; 8:9; Ps 119:136Jer 9:1; 13:17; 14:17; Lu 19:41; Ro 9:2,3I also have.19:20; 20:5 I will gather.Ge 25:8; De 31:16; 1Ch 17:11; 2Ch 34:28thou shalt.During thy life, none of these calamities shall fall upon thee nor thy people; no adversary shall be permitted to disturb the peace of Judea; and thou shalt at last "be gathered into thy grave in peace." Now, though it is stated that Pharaoh-Necho slew him at Megiddo, yet the Assyrians and the Jews were at peace; and though Josiah might feel it his duty to oppose the Egyptian king's going against his friend and ally, and that, in his endeavours to oppose him, he was mortally wounded at Megiddo, yet certainly he was not killed there, but was brought to Jerusalem, where he died in peace. gathered.23:29,30; Ps 37:37; Isa 57:1,2; Jer 22:10,15,16
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