Article 14_ Second Chronicles at a Glance.pdf

Enemies supernaturally slain by god and was later

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enemies supernaturally slain by God and was later healed of a fatal disease by the Lord 16. Sennacherib: Assyrian king whose troops that had surrounded Jerusalem were killed by God and whom himself was later murdered by his own sons 17. Manasseh: fourteenth king of Judah, the most wicked of all until his glorious conversion 18. Josiah: sixteenth king of Judah, perhaps the most godly one, during whose reign a copy of the Pentateuch was discovered in the Temple 19. Hilkiah: high priest who found the Pentateuch in the Temple
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51 20. Huldah: prophetess who counseled King Josiah in regards to the discovery of the Pentateuch 21. Cyrus: Persian monarch who allowed all interested Jews to return from Persia and Babylon to Jerusalem 22. Jeremiah: one of Israel's greatest prophets who predicted the return of the Jews to Israel 23. Zedekiah: Judah’s final king. KEY PLACES 1. Gibeon: location of the Tabernacle during Solomon's early reign 2. Jerusalem: Solomon's capital 3. Ezion Geber: Solomon's seaport on the Red Sea 4. Kidron Valley: where Kings Asa and Hezekiah burned Judah's pagan idols 5. Samaria: capital city of the northern Israelite kings 6. Hinnon Valley: where godless Judean King Manasseh sacrificed his own children to devilish gods 7. Valley of Megiddo: where godly Judean King Josiah was killed in battle with the Egyptians UNIQUE FEATURES 2 Chronicles records for us at least 24 events which are not found in either 1 or 2 Kings, even though both these books describe the same time period. These events are: 1. The musical celebration at the Temple dedication (2 Chron. 5:12-13) 2. The miracle at the end of Solomon’s prayer (7:1 -3) 3. The appointing of special singers by Solomon (8:14-16) 4. The return of the godly Levites to Judah after the civil war (11:16-17) 5. The temporary humbling of Rehoboam (12:2-8, 12) 6. The victory of Abijah over Jeroboam (13:2-20) 7. Asa’s victory (14:9 -15; 51:1-7) 8. The renewal of a covenant under Asa (15:9-15) 9. The early accomplishments of King Jehoshaphat (17:1-18) 10. Jehoshaphat’s prayer of victory (20:1 -30) 11. The posthumous message from Elijah (21:12-15) 12. The stoning of Zechariah (24:20-22) 13. Uzziah’s success in war (26:6 -14) 14. Uzziah’ s sin and punishment (26:16-21) 15. Hezekiah’s cleansing of the Temple (29:3 -26) 16. Hezekiah’s preparation for the Passover (30:1 -27) 17. Hezekiah’s further reforms (31:2 -21) 18. The conversion of Manasseh (33:11-20) 19. Josiah’s early reforms (34:3 -7) 20. Josiah’s keeping of th e Passover (35:1-19) 21. Details of Josiah’s death (35:20 -25) 22. The causes of the Babylonian Captivity (36:13-16)
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